Tori Spelling Pinching Pennies, Husband Can’t Afford Vasectomy

Spelling hasn't bought a purse in three years


Tori Spelling, daughter of the late Aron Spelling, who was at one point worth $600 million, is having trouble with money.

According to Spelling, she and her husband, Dean McDemott, don’t have much money. She claims that she hasn’t bought a purse in three years and that her kids wear hand-me-down clothing. The family’s financial trouble have even kept McDemott from getting a vasectomy, which can cost anywhere from $350 to $1,000. The couple’s hard times started in 2011 when they had to take a hit while selling their Encino home. They also saw trouble when Spelling’s vintage boutique failed to take off. The families reality show, Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood got cancelled last year. Spelling still makes money from her clothing and jewelry lines and her family currently has a reality show running on HGTV. Spelling claims that she has issues with handling money because she grew up “rich beyond anyone’s dreams,” reports USA Today.

Spelling is set to appear in the upcoming crime-fighting show Mystery Girls. If the show is a success, it could mean a steady paycheck for Spelling.

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