Aaron Spelling deathbed no-show Tori Spelling is now paying the price for her lax mourning schedule and subsequent, messy tabloid war with mother Candy Spelling. According to Us Weekly, the go-to publication for when you absolutely, positively have to hear Tori's Side of the Story, her share of her father's $500 million fortune will barely cover this month's breast-inflation bill:
Us has learned exclusively that the actress, 33, will get just 0.16 % of the Spelling fortune. Tori's share - a cash inheritance payment of $200,000, combined with approximately $600,000 in private investments her dad set up for her - is a brush-off Aaron Spelling would never have intended for his only daughter, says a family source.
"I believe Candy had a lot to do with what was left for Tori," the source says of Tori's mother, who is sole managing executor of the estate. (Candy's rep had no comment.)
Of course, a well-proven and bankable talent such as Tori doesn't need to rely on acquired family wealth: Once her autobiographical VH1 series So NoTORIous goes into syndication, the residual payments will afford her an extremely comfortable existence. Lifetime audiences, meanwhile, will be able to delight five times weekly in Tori's adventures—particularly the hilarious episode in which her new husband leaves her when he finds out she's only worth $800,000.