Candy Spelling is speaking out after Dean McDermott accused her of not financially supporting her daughter Tori Spelling and their family.
In an interview with Access Hollywood, McDermott revealed he was quitting reality show True Tori, contemplated suicide, and claimed he only sees his mother-in-law eight times a year and that she has not shown them any financial support.
Her rep debunked the accusations, telling Access Hollywood, "Candy has provided financial help in the past and has offered repeatedly to pay for the children's private schooling and Tori has never told her where to send the money."
Candy's husband, producer Aaron Spelling, died in 2006 and left behind a huge estate known as the Spelling Manor. The property features a bowling alley, an entire floor of closets, and a parking lot that can hold up to 100 vehicles.
Her rep added that the philanthropist and TV personality also wishes to see her four grandchildren. "Candy reaches out often to see them and unfortunately Tori and Dean are not often responsive."