(LAS VEGAS) -- Don’t feel too bad for Candy Spelling, who earlier this year sold her Los Angeles mansion for $65 million less than her asking price. The widow of TV mogul Aaron Spelling and mother of Tori Spelling recently won $90,000 while playing the slot machines in Las Vegas.
TMZ reported that Spelling and her girlfriends were playing the high limit slots, with machines that cost from $100 to $1000 a spin, at the Bellagio Hotel in Vegas two weeks ago when Spelling hit it big.
But that’s not even her biggest haul from the slots. According to TMZ, Spelling pulled in $200,000 in 2007. A year later, she won $180,000.
In July, Spelling sold her 56,000 square-foot house built by her late husband to 22-year-old British heiress Petra Ecclestone for $85 million. The house was priced at $150 million when Spelling put it on the market two years ago.
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