Broke Tori Spelling spared no expense in decorating a truly luxurious new nursery for baby Beau and was ripped for the fancy room after her major cash crunch. Click through the gallery to see the intense backlash the financially troubled new mom received.
Spelling, 44, showed off the brand new elaborate dark green nursery for baby Beau as her financial problems exploded around her. She and her husband, Dean McDermott, we ordered by a judge to fork over a whopping $220,000 from an outstanding bill from a bank in May 2017.
The Beverly Hills 90210 star was hit with instant criticism for the room, considering the desperate money problems her family had. “Totally confused, didn't you say you were broke & in huge debt? Love you Tori, but what?,” one commenter wrote.
The destitute new mom was also ripped for the green bumper in the crib. “Looks amazing! Just a reminder to mom's, bumpers are extremely dangerous and illegal in many states, they should not be used until the baby is able to roll over and push themselves back confidently...also, nothing else should ever be in the crib while baby is sleeping, just baby and a fitted sheet,” a concerned person wrote. Another echoed the warning about the dangerous crib accessory. “Eeeekk! That crib gives me anxiety ? sooooo not safe for a babe with those bumpers.”
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The glass bar cart was another object of outrage from fiscally challenged Spelling’s followers. “Beautiful! However, the golden tray cart is not childproof. Once he starts crawling or walking, you should take that away from the room. Otherwise, glasses, vase and heavy objects will injure him,” another person wrote.
Baby Beau’s parents were strapped for cash, owing the IRS a whopping $1 million and a source told RadarOnline.com their bank accounts were drained in order to recover a portion of their debt. Noting their lack of funds, someone noted: “This room makes me really uncomfortable. Reminds of a cheap motel room from the 70's.”
The professionally designed room was also panned for the sparse decorations as Spelling struggled to pay her bills. “This is a baby people! A baby! There are no story time books, no stuffed animals, nothing for the baby to enjoy! A beautiful room for someone in there 20 and 30's! Not for a baby/ child.” We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at email@example.com, or call us at 800-344-9598 any time, day or night.