Tori Spelling’s strained relationship with her mother takes an unexpected turn

Tori Spelling has had a pretty tumultuous relationship with her mother since her father, Aaron Spelling, died in 2006. The legendary producer, known for shows like Beverly Hills, 90210, Melrose Place and 7th Heaven, left the majority of his $500 million fortune to Candy, while Tori and her brother Randy Spelling received just $800,000. Over the years, Tori has dealt with a series of public finance struggles, including failed real estate investments and overdue credit card bills, according to The Sun. Tori’s mother has mostly left her to take care of her own affairs. In 2016, after news of Tori’s Amex card debt hit the news, Candy spoke to TMZ and explained that she wouldn’t pay for it, although she said that with Tori’s regular expenses, such as bills, she paid. B. the accommodation of their children. school and food.

Candy was also very critical of her only daughter. In her memoir, Candy At Last, she revealed that Tori’s habit of spending “$50,000 to $60,000” at a store was the reason Aaron didn’t leave her with more money (via Daily Mail). Oh, and she also basically put her husband’s death on Tori’s shoulders, citing her daughter’s lack of contact with him in the latter part of his life, per Today.

With so much bad blood between them, it once seemed like Tori and Candy would never mend their relationship. However, a recent update from Tori suggests otherwise.

Tori Spelling and her mom are on a better path

It seems that the rift between Tori Spelling and her mother has finally come to an end.

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During a recent appearance on Jeff Lewis Live, Tori shared that her relationship with her mom is a lot better these days. “We have [reconciled]. I mean, making up is like, we had a good relationship, but it’s like the next level now…really close.” What set her on a better path, Tori writes to their mutual friend, the cast of “Million Dollar Listing” , to member Josh Flagg. “Surprisingly, our friend Josh Flagg really helped bring us together in a way,” Tori shared. Prior to Flagg’s intervention, Tori hadn’t been with her mom “since before COVID. And then Josh said, ‘Okay, we’re going to have a family dinner at her place .'” Tori continued, “So we went and had a great night. And we’ve been together ever since.”

Tori’s revelation comes just a month after she posted on Instagram celebrating her mother’s birthday with her brother. “That was a special moment. I don’t think the three of us (just the three of us) have gone out to dinner together in 20 years,” Tori said. “Anything to celebrate our mother!” In a follow-up post, Tori posted a picture of the two hugging. “I loved celebrating this goddess tonight. One thing I learned recently…life is short.