Poor little rich girl! Tori Spelling was slammed for her latest business venture, with critics calling it a pyramid scheme while her husband came to her defense. Dean McDermott promoted her news business on the website www.JoinTori.com where she is hawking Nu Skin, a multilevel marketing company that sells skin care and nutritional products. But critics called her out on the “pyramid scheme,” and as RadarOnlline.com exclusively reported, the company was once sued for being involved in a pyramid scheme. McDermott leaped to her defense, hitting back at commenters who tried to derail the business. “No scam here!” he insisted. Click through the gallery to see Spelling’s new money making scheme get trashed.
“Enjoying a beautiful evening with my beautiful wife in Hawaii. This could be you and Your better half. Want to find out how to change your life and the life of your loved ones? Earn trips to exotic locations, pay for you kids college, buy that car you’ve always wanted, spend more time with your family and not be stuck in an office,” McDermott wrote on his Instagram page. “Go to jointori.com and find out how you can start your own beauty business. If you’re tired of working for somebody else, and want to live the life you’ve always dreamed of, go to jointori.com #changeyourlife.”
Spelling and McDermott had mountains of debt and financial troubles, and critics were quick to point out that the new business seemed shady. “Is this a pyramid scheme of some sort?” one person asked.
McDermott, 51, responded to the accusation. “Not at all. You have to pay money to get into a pyramid scheme. You sign up, and the business you build is yours!! You can even pass it down to your children. Your client gets beauty products, and you make a profit. Period the end. No scam here.”
"Which has #changedyourlifemore Dean... shilling for a pyramid scheme or cheating on your meal ticket?” one commenter quipped.
As RadarOnline.com reported, Spelling had a tough year and police responded to her home when she suffered an alleged nervous breakdown.
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