Candy Spelling's home may not be so sweet these days, but it's still home. For now.
The widow of television titan Aaron Spelling has staunchly denied reports that she has secretly placed the 56,500-square-foot Holmby Hills mansion she built with her late husband on the market.
Earlier this week, TMZ.com reported that the Hollywood doyenne had dismissed the bulk of her 30-person staff and told a Beverly Hills-based realtor to begin quietly shopping the estate known as "The Manor" for the princely sum of $150 million.
But according to Spelling, she's not calling the movers just yet.
"I am deeply saddened and disappointed by the rumors and stories that have emerged claiming that I have my home up for sale," Spelling said in a statement.
"I am forced to respond during this sensitive time that these stories are not true, nor do I have any current plans to sell the house that my husband Aaron and I built. I find it disheartening to wake up and find camera crews on the street filming my front gate for the morning news, particularly since the story is not true.
"In light of my husband's recent passing, the media's tabloid treatment and coverage of this and my family during this week while we mourn the loss of my husband is shameful, disgraceful and dishonorable. Aaron was a friend to the press and always took the time to speak openly with them and was very cooperative. Aaron did not deserve to have his legacy tarnished by this and the other inaccurate information reported over the past two weeks."
It's just the latest press release to emerge from the warring members of the Spelling family in the wake of their patriarch's passing on June 23 from complications of a stroke.
On one side of the PR battle we have Tori Spelling, who claimed she learned of her father's death through a friend's email. "My first thought was, I can't believe my mom didn't call me!" the So noTORIous star told Us Weekly.
On the other side of the rift, are the combined forces of Candy Spelling and son Randy, who jointly called Tori's comments "mean-spirited and surprising," not to mention "hurtful and very disturbing."
At this point, it looks like Tori's best chance of ever seeing the inside of her family home again would be if The Manor were to be sold and the new owners saw fit to invite her over.
And according to TMZ.com, a sale may still be in the works. The Website is sticking by its orginal story 100 percent, having learned from "multiple sources" that Spelling is actively looking to unload the property, according to a TMZ spokeswoman.
The 45-room mansion was built in the mid-'80s and was designed to resemble a French château. Some of its amenities include a gym, a screening room, a bowling alley and a floor devoted solely to closets.
It was also the site of Tori Spelling's ill-fated 2004 wedding to Charlie Shanian, a lavish affair that set her father back a reported $1 million.
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