Candy Spelling is firing back at her son-in-law, Dean McDermott, claims that she hasn't helped out her daughter Tori Spelling or her family financially.
In an interview last week, we learned that (supposedly) Dean McDermott quit True Tori, is possibly suicidal, and that Candy has shunned her daughter.
Noting that he sees Candy, 69, about eight times a year, McDermott was asked whether she shared any of her late husband's estate with Tori or the family.
"In my recovery, all I can be is honest and no. No. There's no financial help," McDermott, who says he's bailing on the show with five episodes left, lamented.
Candy's late husband and Tori's father Aaron Spelling was a well-known producer and worth hundreds of millions. Is his widow really withholding all help?
Not the case, her rep said in a statement: