Keeping Up With The Kardashians? Broke As A Joke Tori Spelling Has Three Nannies For Four Kids

- By Bossip Staff

Tori and her husband can’t even afford a vasectomy…maybe it’s time to revisit that piggy bank.

Broke Tori Spelling Has Three Nannies

Maybe they finally sold their freaky flick to pay for the three nannies.

According to Radar Online reports:

Is Tori Spelling the most delusional person in Hollywood? Just a few weeks after publicly bemoaning how she is in “serious debt” thanks to real estate losses and a “little shopping problem,” has learned that the actress turned reality TV star currently has three nannies for her four kids!

Spelling has admitted to having at least two — longtime aide Patsy Lemmers and one named “Paola” — but a source tells Radar that she also has a third, “Laura. “

That constitutes a nearly 1:1 adult to child ratio in her house, which includes Liam, 6, Stella, 5, Hattie, 2, and Finn, 1.

In all, it doesn’t exactly reflect the destitution and “financial ruin” that Spelling has claimed is her new reality.

“I can’t afford to live like this anymore,” she wrote in her memoir, Spelling It Like It Is, which was released this fall. “Our circumstances have changed … our bank account has taken a major hit.”

And while the daughter of Hollywood honcho Aaron Spelling admits that getting to this point has been largely her fault, explaining “when you grow up with a silver spoon in your mouth, it’s hard to go plastic,” sources tell Radar that she’s sitting on millions of dollars of assets she refuses to part with.

Tori “has multiple storage units stuffed with furniture, clothing, accessories … over 20,000 square feet,” a source said. “It’s all very well-organized but she refuses to part with any of it. She could raise hundreds of thousands of dollars if she were to sell just some of [it].”

She might be forced to. As Radar has reported, Spelling and her husband Dean McDermott are currently being sued for $60M over claims she ripped off the idea for her Oxygen reality series sToribook Weddings.

A $60 million lawsuit…sheesh they need to figure their isht out quick.

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