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Tori won't inherit her father's millions

Tori Spelling won't inherit her father's millions

When Dean McDermott left his wife for Tori Spelling, you have to figure her money had something to do with it. Tori stood to inherit a large part of her father Aaron’s $500 million estate. But according to Us Weekly, Tori’s feud with her mother Candy may have led to her being almost entirely out of her father’s will.

An insider told Us that Tori will likely inherit about $800,000 in cash and investments from her father’s estate. That’s less than the Spelling family spent on Tori’s wedding to her first husband, Charlie Shanian.

The will was allegedly altered only three months before Aaron died in late June. Said the magazine’s source, "I believe Candy had a lot to do with what was left for Tori.��? The informant believes Candy wanted “revenge��? on her daughter.

So why the bad blood between Candy and Tori? Their feud reportedly started when Tori complained that her million dollar wedding to Shanian was not lavish enough. Candy, meanwhile, felt that she should have been allowed to invite more guests to the nuptials since she planned and paid for them. But it’s Tori’s marriage to Dean that really caused the rift with her mother. Her tawdry affair was no seen well in the eyes of society woman, Candy.




Talk about looking like a guy! And to think poor Dean has that ugly mugg tatooed on his body for life....he should get the millions just for that!














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