9021-No! Tori Spelling Denies Jason Priestley’s Claim She Sold His Wedding Invitation For $5 At A Garage Sale
Tori Spelling says she never sold Jason Priestley’s wedding invitation, and if she had, she would have gotten more than a five spot for it.
Spelling, appearing on Watch What Happens Live Sunday alongside 90210 and Mystery Girls co-star Jennie Garth, was asked by a caller about the former Brandon Walsh’s claims in his new book, Jason Priestley: A Memoir, that she “sold his wedding invitation to a stranger ... for five bucks.”
“I have no memory of that ... I didn't sell his wedding invitation,” the 41-year-old actress/reality star told host Andy Cohen, adding that if she had, it “would've gone for a lot more than $5.”
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In his book, Priestley, 44, companied that while watching an episode of Tori & Dean: Inn Love, he saw his “very own wedding invitation on the screen,” which included “a personal autograph by Tori.”
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Tori’s not the only one to take exception to some of the former teen idol’s writings, as their co-star Shannen Doherty was irked with Priestly’s book passage that she acted like a petulant child at times during the height of her fame in the early-90s.
"I always say that everyone has their own version of the truth,” Doherty, 43, said last month, “and memories are very funny things.”
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