Candy Spelling refutes Dean McDermott’s allegations about not offering to help

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McDermott recently announced that he plans to quit the reality show True Tori and revealed that his mother-in-law Candy Spelling hasn’t offered to help their family.

“In my recovery, all I can be is honest and no. No. There’s no financial help,” he said.

Tori’s late father Aaron Spelling, producer of well-known series Beverly Hills, 90210, Charmed and Melrose Place, reportedly left less than $1 million in cash to their children, Tori and Randy, after his death in 2006.

“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,” her rep told Access Hollywood.

However, her rep claimed that Candy has been trying to get in touch with Tori and Dean and spend time with their four children.

“Candy reaches out often to see them and unfortunately Tori and Dean are not often responsive,” he added.

Tori, 41, has yet to address the issue publicly.