From a fancy mansion to a $100 hotel – what happened to Tori Spelling?
Tori Spelling lives with her children in a simple motel where rooms cost $100 a night. Did the reality star leave the luxury behind?
On July 8, 2023, Tori Spelling left her room at the Travel Inn near Los Angeles, accompanied by her five children.
According to various celebrity portals, Spelling has recently separated from her husband, Dean McDermott.
Photo from the happy times: In 2016, the family traveled to France and was photographed in front of Versailles.
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But now Spelling has been spotted leaving the North Hills hotel with her kids Liam, 16, Stella, 15, Hattie, 11, Finn, 10, and Beau, 6.
As reported by US gossip portal Us Weekly, the family’s move should have nothing to do with the couple’s breakup.
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The Travel Inn offers rooms for $100.
The area is nothing like the posh Holmby Park neighborhood where the family lives.
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Travel Inn features simple décor.
The furniture is old and in general the motel looks run down.
Tori is the daughter of Aaron Spelling (center), who passed away in 2006 and is probably Hollywood’s most successful TV producer to date.
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In the 1990s, she starred in the hit TV series, Beverly Hills, 90210.
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For decades, Tori Spelling has lived a life in the lap of luxury.
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Tori Spelling has been living in a very simple hotel in Los Angeles for the past few days.
Unusual, because the family has a luxurious mansion in the chic Holmby Park district, where the Kardashians also live.
Possibly the cause of the move was a mold problem in the villa.
In The Life of 50-Year-Old Tori Spelling, she is best known for her role as Donna Martin in TV series “Beverly Hills, 90210”, it looks like a lot has changed: Not only has she split from longtime husband Dean McDermott, but now she’s reportedly living with her five children in a run-down motel in the Los Angeles area. The former Hollywood actress was spotted a few days ago leaving her room at the Travel Inn in North Hills with her children Liam, 16, Stella, 15, Hattie, 11, Finn, 10, and Beau, 6.
As reported by US gossip portal Us Weekly, the family’s move should have nothing to do with the couple’s breakup. “Tori and Dean are doing really well,” says a source. “They decided to stay in a hotel because of a mold problem in their home. Tori takes this issue very seriously and will not expose herself or her children to this issue.”
The husband brought a suitcase to the warehouse
In fact, the reality star revealed in May that mold at her luxurious mansion in chic Holmby Park, where the Kardashians live, “has been killing her slowly for nearly three years.”
But while Spelling and McDermott downplayed their marital crisis to the media, talking about their “up and downs,” the truth is, the 56-year-old McDermott was recently seen packing several bags, moving boxes, and his hockey sticks to a warehouse in Los Angeles. He was not wearing his wedding ring on this occasion.
She grew up in a mansion of 5,300 square meters
How Tori Spelling can settle into a motel where rooms cost $100 is questionable. The 50-year-old is the daughter of Aaron Spelling, who passed away in 2006 and is probably Hollywood’s most successful TV producer to date. Tori grew up in a 5,300-square-foot mansion her father built in 1988 in the style of a French chateau.
However, when Aaron Spelling died, he left his daughter, Tori, only $800,000 of his estimated $600 million fortune.
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