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Wednesday, July 26, 2006

kermit's new modest lifestyle

Oh for fuck’s sake – this is just embarrassing, Spelling clan! Get it together! Since the death of Aaron Spelling, reports have been swirling. First we hear that Candy has secretly put the house up for sale – which she fervently denied. Then we hear about how Candy has her vajayjay in a twist, and that Kermit is going to be cut out of the will. Last week the story was that Kermit would indeed inherit a significant portion of the $500 million fortune. Now it seems that that may not be the case. According to the new issue of Us Weekly -

Despite reports that Tori Spelling would inherit millions from her father’s $500 million estate, 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.)

How much will brother Randy inherit? Why are Candy’s interior decorator and manicurist in the will? For more details on this story and Tori’s new modest lifestyle (which includes playing the lotto and shopping at pawnshops), check out the current issue of Us, on newsstands this week.

Excuse me, a new modest lifestyle? I spotted this bitch shopping in the Home department at Barneys not so long ago, and she seemed to be doing just fine. All that aside, how hot is the picture of Kermit and husband outside of the pawn shop!?! Love it!

In other Kermit news, my fellow fans of 90210 can look forward to seeing the show on DVD. The first seasons of both 90210 and Melrose Place have finally been slated for a November 7 DVD release. That’s hot!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

beverly hills 90210 and melrose on DVD = awesome!

7/26/2006 5:38 PM  

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