Candy Spelling is being slammed for her seemingly callous behavior toward her daughter, Tori Spelling, and grandkids.
After Tori and her five children — Liam, 16, Stella, 15, Hattie, 11, Finn, 10, and Beau, 6 — were photographed staying in an RV, Candy seemingly ignored the headline-making news and instead posted a video of homegrown flowers on the balcony of her multimillion-dollar home.
“I’m happy to report that my roses are blooming! #summergarden #iloveroses #aroseisarose,” she captioned the Instagram post Wednesday.
Many of Candy’s followers were not impressed, labeling the socialite, 77, “shameful” and “selfish.”
You say in your profile that you’re a grandmother. Get them out of that RV and into a home. Shameful,” wrote one horrified fan.
“Help your daughter and grandchildren, you selfish woman. How dare you risk the lives of your daughter and grandchildren when you can provide safety and shelter,” added another.
“Fancy letting your daughter and your 5 grand children live in an RV. You ought to be ashamed of yourself for not helping her emotionally and financially. You can’t take it with you,” scolded a third follower.
“My gosh I just read about your daughter and grandchildren living in a trailer, my mom isn’t rich but she has helped me out in my time of need no matter what, that’s what a loving supportive mother does please help your daughter and grandchildren out Ms. Candy,” commented another.
Candy inherited a reported $600 million when her husband, legendary producer Aaron Spelling, died in 2006.
Tori and her brother, Randy Spelling, meanwhile, were bequeathed just $800,000 in their father’s will.
The “Beverly Hills, 90210” star, 50, has been “struggling monetarily” as of late, according to a new report.
Before moving into a trailer, she and her kids were seen living at a budget motel due to a mold infestation at their home.
Tori defended her family’s stay at the $100-a-night lodge last month.
“Are you a parent? You know you would do whatever you can for your kids, right?” she asked a paparazzo.
Later that same week, the TV star publicly criticized realtor Robert Vinson for “mocking” her family’s housing “crisis,” sharing alleged texts from him via her Instagram Stories.
“The latest bizarre inquiry,” he wrote. “Tori Spelling has been asking for a 1 month rental. If you follow her situation on TMZ it is all amusing.”
Spelling replied, “Wow! Human empathy and kindness prevails. Kids in crisis is amusing.”
After sharing the alleged exchange, Tori wrote, “My 5 kids are going through Mold poisoning and we need a home and this is how you treat people? Mocking their situation?”
The “Stori Telling” author first revealed in May that her family had been forced to move out of their rental home, where her kids were exposed to “extreme” mold.
“We now know that when the house was labeled a health hazard and not live able [sic] that wording was FACT,” she wrote via Instagram. “We now GET IT! It’s hard to just uproot a huge family especially in midst of all feeling so sick and in bed. But, we now will vacate the home asap.”
That’s not the only hardship the actress has been dealing with, however.
The following month, Tori’s husband, Dean McDermott, announced that the couple had separated after 17 years of marriage.
“@torispelling and I have decided to go our separate ways, and start a new journey of our own,” the actor, 56, wrote in a since-deleted statement in June. “We will continue to work together as loving parents and guide and love our children through this difficult time.”
After the split made headlines, Candy declared that she would “of course” help out her once-estranged daughter financially if need be.
A rep for Candy did not respond to Page Six’s request for comment on whether she did, in fact, assist Tori.