Tori Spelling reportedly could have lived in a $9 million Bel-Air mansion instead of moving her family into a motel and motorhome.
The 50-year-old ‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ actress – who has children Liam, 16, Stella, 15, Hattie, 11, Finn, 10, and Beau, six, with her rumoured estranged husband Dean McDermott, 56 – has been spotted living in an RV with her brood since the start of August.
But Page Six has reported she could have stayed at Bravo’s ‘Million Dollar Listing’ realtor, Josh Flagg’s home before she made the choice to move out.
The outlet said a source said Josh, 37, put Tori and her children up at his mansion in Bel-Air, California, earlier this year before she moved them out into a $100-a-night motel.
The insider said: “(At the time) she seemed surprisingly in good spirits.
“Josh offered his home to her (temporarily) while he was traveling in Europe.”
But the source alleged Tori and her kids were only there for six days, “then went to the motel before (Josh) returned”.
Josh has not commented on the report, but Page Six said he and Tori are “like brother and sister”.
Tori was forced to move her family out of a rental home earlier this year after discovering an “extreme” mould infestation was causing them to suffer serious health issues – and was later seen living with her kids at a motel.
An insider told Entertainment Tonight about her latest move: “The mould situation (at her house) is real, but it has been difficult for her to find a place to stay during it because her financial situation is not great.”
They added she is “doing her best to make things work and take care of her kids”, and is apparently viewing her trailer park stay “as a mini vacation rather than a living situation”.
Tori has been seen in Ventura County living in a Sunseeker E450 RV, which and features a kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, and living room.
After she was spotted living at a motel in July, sources said it had nothing to do with her apparent split from ‘Due South’ star Dean.
An insider told Us Weekly she had booked rooms at the humble establishment due to the ongoing mould issue in her and Dean’s marital home.
They said: “Tori and Dean are doing really good and her staying at a hotel with their kids has nothing to do with a separation.
“They decided to stay there because of the ongoing mould problem at their house. Tori is taking this issue very seriously and isn’t going to subject herself or her kids to that.”
Tori said in May toxic fungus at her family home had been “slowly killing” her family for three years as she asked her fans to recommend a lawyer.