Wendy Williams claims cash-strapped Tori Spelling ‘owes money everywhere’ and has ‘clownery and buffoonery’ around her – The Sun

WENDY Williams claimed a cash-strapped Tori Spelling "owes money everywhere."

The daytime talk show host added she pitied the actress who she said is surrounded by "clownery and buffoonery."


Wendy said of Tori: "She owes money everywhere.

"When you think your situation is bad, let me tell you something right now.

"There's nothing worse than being an heiress with nothing but clownery and buffoonery around you."


Tori recently began marketing Cameo videos for $95.

She posted on Instagram: "Can’t wait to do my first ever virtual meet and greet Thursday, April 9 at 5pm PDT.

"Only 20 spots available so reserve your spot now. Link in my bio xoxo."

She advertised live, individual chats with her along with taking virtual pictures and downloading the conversations to watch back at a later date.

Wendy said to that "I'd pay for that. I would like to see Tori and what she does on a meet and greet."


However other fans slammed Tori for her Cameo price.

One follower responded: "I would've done it but it cost $95. Its a bad time for me, since myself and my husband both lost our jobs. but maybe next time. Im a HUGE 90210 fan. Love u tori aka donna martin."

Another added: "Damn people are dying, and you still thinking how to gain money from us… what you were and what you became…"

Others though defended the actress writing: "She doesn't have to stop trying to make money and take care of her family just because someone else can't.

These meet-and-greets follow American Express Bank suing Tori and her husband Dean for failing to pay a credit card bill in January 2016.

Amid their debt issues, Tori and Dean were also recently seen packing boxes and moving houses.

The couple was ordered to pay the bank $87,594.55 back in 2016.

The Sun obtained court papers showing the bank recently requested the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Office enforce the couple pay a staggering $88,731.25.

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