Tori Spelling's son's 10m trust fund
Mar 21, 2007, 15:00 GMT
Candy Spelling © Scott Alan / Photorazzi
Tori Spelling's mother has set up a $10 million trust fund for her daughter's new baby boy.
Candy Spelling - who recently ended her long-running feud with her daughter - has reportedly put aside the huge sum of money for grandson Liam Aaron McDermott, who was born on March 13.
A source told In Touch Weekly magazine: "Candy wants her grandson to be raised in the lap of luxury."
Mother and daughter first fell out last year after Candy was angered by Tori's comments about her in her reality TV show 'So NoTORIous'.
Their feud worsened following the death of Tori's wealthy producer father Aaron last summer.
Tori was left fuming after she was left a derisory amount of money in the will. Aaron's estate was believed to be worth around $500 million at the time of his death.
But Candy and her daughter reconciled after the birth of Liam.
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