Tori Spelling shuts down ‘horrific’ report that she ‘destroyed’ rental home — and landlord supports her

Tori Spelling denies she “totally destroyed” the rental home she recently moved out of.

The “Beverly Hills 90210” star hosted her former landlord and interim housing manager Katie on Friday’s episode of her podcast “MisSpelling” to set the record straight about Tuesday’s Daily Mail report.

Spelling, 51, insisted it was “completely false” to suggest she left behind the smell of urine and “marks all over the walls,” as the outlet claimed.

As for the furniture that was photographed outside the house, Katie explained that it was “two years old” and that getting rid of it “had nothing to do” with the actress and her five children.

“You have been a wonderful tenant, and I have nothing but good things to say about you and my experience with you,” she gushed.

“I’ve never seen anything so ridiculous in my life,” Katie continued. “We replace furniture all the time on these properties. … It’s crazy to me that anyone would take the time to take pictures of a wrecker truck from the city.

Spelling admitted that she is not the “cleanest and most organized person” on the planet, and described her life with Liam, 17, Stella, 16, Hattie, 12, Finn, 11, and Beau, 7, as “messy” and “chaotic.” “.

However, she noted: “We lead with our hearts, and I would never damage anyone’s property. … Spreading false stories is absolutely terrible and hurtful on a really deep level to people.”

While it’s usually [doesn’t] Say Anything,” the home rental report was “too much” and “exaggerated.” [her] “As a mother.”

Spelling and Katie speculated on the identity of the “neighbor” who allegedly expressed doubts to the newspaper that the star would not receive the $7,500 deposit.

“I’d be shocked if that covered all the damage,” the mysterious person said. “It would cost at least that much to replace the two sofas.”

Spelling shares her children with estranged husband Dean McDermott.

Since their split in 2023, Spelling has lived in two long-term rentals. I moved out due to a mold outbreak in one and a hostage situation in the other, as well as a cheap hotel and mobile home.

The “Stori Telling” author also stayed briefly at his friend Josh Flagg’s mansion.

She insisted on Friday’s episode that they have “permanent residency now” but did not reveal any further details.

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