Us Weekly said there had been reports that the 33-year-old star of "Beverly Hills, 90210" was blocked by her mother from receiving a portion of the estate of her TV mogul father, who died in June -- but the magazine said the rumors were unfounded.
Tori Spelling has been at odds with Candy Spelling over what she apparently considered her mother's "inappropriate" romantic relationship with Mark Nathanson.
A source close to the situation has said that Tori will indeed receive "a significant portion" of her father's $500 million estate.
"If Candy had her way, Tori wouldn't have gotten a thing," the source told Us Weekly.
Aaron Spelling made his fortune producing a series of successful TV shows including "90210," "Charlie's Angels" and "Dynasty."
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