Tori Spelling has a bone to pick with her former “Beverly Hills, 90210” co-star, Jason Priestley. While the actor recently recounted a not-so-flattering story about Spelling in his book, Jason Priestley: A Memoir, on Tuesday Us Weekly reported the 41-year-old reality star said she has no recollection of her former co-star’s claim that she sold his wedding invitation at a yard sale for a measly five bucks.
During a viewer question and answer session on the June 30 edition of Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live,” the mom of four was asked about Priestley’s story and she replied, "I read that. I have no memory of that. And also, my show – ‘Tori & Dean: Inn Love,’ at the time—filmed that, and if we had done that, that probably would have been a big scene in the show. And it wasn't on the show. So I don't know...I didn't sell his wedding invitation. And it would have gone for a lot more than $5!"
The “True Tori" star, who’s been in the headlines due to her own marital problems with husband Dean McDermott, also revealed that while she doesn’t keep in touch with Priestley anymore, she now has a major bone to pick with him over the issue. "We were friends for years!” she said. “Now I'm mad!"
Spelling famously hosted an estate sale at her Studio City home back in 2006, and it did include some memorabilia from her “Beverly Hills 90210” days. At the time, People reported that the actress also sold plenty of furniture and silver, and even some gently used Marc Jacobs heels. And while there were some wedding items up for sale, there were no reports of any memorabilia from Priestley’s 2005 wedding to Naomi Lowde. Instead, Spelling sold goods from her doomed first marriage to Charlie Shanian, including her wedding albums and her framed wedding flowers.
But in Priestley’s book, he tells a story of watching a news broadcast about Spelling’s unconventional yard sale, and says he was shocked to see his very own wedding invitation pop up on the TV screen. He also claimed that the sold wedding invite included Spelling’s autograph and it went for only five dollars to a total stranger.
In a later interview with Access Hollywood, Priestley made it clear he wasn’t out to slam his former co-star. "I don't judge Tori for what she did,” he said. “I sent Tori that invitation and she can do with it what she wants. All I said in the book is how that made me feel."