You’ll Never Guess Who Charged Guests $300 To Attend Her Birthday Party

May 24, 2016 / Posted by:

I know that picture totally gave it away, but let’s be honest; I’m confident that no matter what picture I used, everyone still probably would have correctly guessed Tori Spelling. You don’t become Hollywood’s most-shameless get-money-bitch by accident. Tori and The Deaner are still in Europe with their kids, and last week she rang in her 43rd birthday at a castle in Denmark. Those matching 10th anniversary tattoos must have drained a little too much cash from the party planning budget, because UsWeekly says that if you wanted to attend Tori’s birthday party, you had to fork over $300 first. Of course she did! Month-long European vacations don’t pay for themselves, after all.

A local newspaper called¬†BT¬†promoted Tori’s party a few days before it took place at Naesbyholm Castle, and they expected between 120-150 guests. Apparently there are at least 120 people in this world who are willing to spend $300 to watch Tori Spelling’s face get dangerously close to 43 candles, and they all live in Denmark. Guests also got to take a picture with Tori.

I just hope Tori has a Suze Orman-type in her life who persuaded her to put some of that birthday party money towards her $38,000 American Express bill. “No Tori, You have enough fake hair. Put some of that money into a repayment plan.

Since Tori charged admission to her birthday party, and she’s all about getting money, I wonder what else she charged for? Whatever else the guests were required to pay for, I’m sure The Deaner broke it all down for them.

Hvad er crappening, cheese danishes? So listen, don’t put your wallets away just yet. Cake is $40. If you want a picture of the birthday girl, that’s an extra $20. Gotta drain the lizard or take a dump? $5 toilet fee. Beer will set you back $30 a bottle. Hey, do me a favor – if you’re heading over to the bar, grab me a cold Carlsberg? Or warm – The Deaner ain’t picky when it comes to scoring free booze.

Pic: Instagram

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