There is no love lost between Candy Spelling and daughter Tori. The two have been odds at for years, especially since Tori portrayed Candy as some kind of mental witch in her TV show So NoTorious.
But now Candy is writing her own memoir, Stories from Candyland, and we have to think there is going to be some jabs thrown Tori's way. Candy says she doesn't even associate with her daughter and grandchildren.
"I don't see Tori and Dean [McDermott] anymore," Candy told People.com. "I used to see Liam, but no longer. And I've never met Stella."
Aaron Spelling's widow swears she doesn't even know why Tori is upset with her.
"I've tried to talk to her, but that doesn't work. She may not even know why she's angry."
According to Tori, she's pissed because her mom was a cold-hearted beeyatch, wrapped up in the family's money. And, not to take sides, but Candy doesn't exactly make us think otherwise.
"Someday my grandchildren will know who I am because of the trust funds I've set up" she said. "But I would like to be part of their lives now. I would have loved to have built that playhouse for them."
It's sad that the family is so broken, but those kids might just be better off.