Tory Spelling is home alone with her husband, Dean McDermott, and their five children. And like many Americans, it tries to be creative and generate income during the economic downturn caused by COWID-19. However, their last attempt to make money provoked a serious reaction.
Earlier this week, Spelling announced its next live video chat on Instagram and asked its fans to reserve their seats.
Tory Spelling wants to talk to you. It’ll cost you $95 https://t.co/mjyeY5UaG6.
– Pipe 100 (@WSSL100) 8. April 2020.
I can have my first virtual meeting and on Thursday the 9th I am welcome. April, at 5:00 p.m. (Pacific Time) – writes Pacific Time – don’t expect it. There are only 20 seats available, so book your seat now. The compound is in my bio-oxoxo.
However, when the fans clicked on the link, they realized that the spelling cost fans $95 to communicate with the link in a virtual session and to greet them. Immediately, fans 90210, a 46-year-old Beverly Hills graduate, started screaming for such a high price, at a time when many were in financial trouble during the blockade of COVID-19.
Of course, it’s $95, because during a pandemic we can all do without that kind of bullshit comment one supporter, another said: People are dying, and you’re still thinking about how to get money from us… who you were and who you’ve become.
Another fan commented that other celebrities were raising money for charity to help those who fought during KOVID-19 and those who were on the front line in the fight against the pandemic, while some fans expressed their disappointment that they could not afford to ask for a spelling bee because they had lost their job.
There have been votes for the spelling, a fan pointed out that the spelling should not stop trying to make money and support his family just because someone else can not.
Go, Tory, take care of your family, wrote the magic bird.
Tory Spelling wants to have a virtual conversation with everyone involved, but she charges you $95. There is a pandemic, people are isolated and alone, they even die, but leave it to the celebrities on the D list to figure out how to take advantage of this situation. Picture.twitter.com/eUAVWOxl9m
– Mike Sington (@MikeSington) 7. April 2020.
Perez Hilton twittered about his spelling aid: I don’t see a problem! Conservative spelling has to pay the bills! Bravo! Bravo! Nobody has to register!
It’s just the latest spelling message on the social network that got the fans to call her. In December 2019, Tori Spelling was criticized for publishing photographs of her children – Liam, 13, Stella, 11, Hattie, 8, Finn, 7, and Bo, 3 – and was accused of using them to make money by associating with advertisers paid by branding two different brands.
Spelling took revenge at the time by saying that she wasn’t paid for the photos and that her family was just a fan of the products. This time the discrepancy with the virtual encounter and greeting led to the removal of the post’s spelling, but the reference to the event still occurs in his biography.