BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., July 24 (UPI) -- Rumors had Tori Spelling's mother Candy prepared to sell her Holmby Hills, Calif. home, but it will be Tori's TV mother Loni Anderson who will do so.
The Los Angeles Times reports Anderson, who plays the fictionalized mother of Tori on the TV series "So noTORIous," has placed her 7,000-square-foot villa in Beverly Hills up for sale at nearly $6.2 million.
The 59-year-old former "WKRP in Cincinnati" star moved into the location over 15 years ago with then-husband actor Burt Reynolds.
Recent Internet rumors said that Candy Spelling had planned on selling her plush 56,500-square-foot home following last month's death of her husband, TV mogul Aaron Spelling.
A spokesman for the family has denied any truth to the rumors.
Instead it will be Anderson leaving the neighborhood, offering potential buyers a home with its own bowling alley and room designed primarily for gift-wrapping, the Times said.