BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Aug. 31 (UPI) -- The wife of TV producer Aaron Spelling reportedly sold her Beverly Hills, Calif., mansion for $130 million, which could irk daughter Tori who inherited little.
Rumors among area realtors are Candy Spelling had asked $150 million, but sold the 56,000-square-foot mansion to an Arab prince for $130 million, TMZ.com reported.
Candy Spellings' representative denied both the sale and the buyer.
Tori Spelling, daughter of Aaron Spelling, reportedly received an inheritance of less than $1 million despite her father's estate being valued at $500 million, TMZ.com reported.
Aaron Spelling was one of the most prolific producers in television, from the "Zane Grey Theater" in the 1950s to "Charlie's Angels" in the 1970s and "Wanted" in 2005.
Candy Spelling and her daughter, former "Beverly Hills 90210" star, are said to be at odds over family events surrounding the death of Aaron Spelling in June.