Tori Spelling
Tori Spelling at the Lifetime, Sony Pictures Television And Vulture Host Screening Of James Franco's Revamped Version Of "Mother May I Sleep With Danger?" at Crosby Street Theater June 7, 2016 in New York City. Getty Images


  • Tori Spelling shared she subscribed to Denise Richards' OnlyFans account
  • She used a fake name and spent $400 to see more of the reality star
  • The actress said she was curious how far Richards goes to please her fans

Tori Spelling has dropped a bombshell about subscribing to an adult content service after her eldest daughter's hospitalization and health scare.

The 49-year-old Hollywood actress revealed this week that she subscribed to an OnlyFans account and spent $400 in just two days on the online service.

In an interview on Sirius XM's "Jeff Lewis Live" published Friday, Spelling admitted to subscribing to Denise Richards' OnlyFans because she got curious about what the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" alum was serving her fans.

The "Beverly Hills, 90210" alum shared she was careful enough to use a fake name because she wanted to pose as an anonymous fan to see how far Richards would go to please her subscribers.

"I've been friends with her for years. I was just kind of fascinated by the whole OnlyFans and — I'm not going to lie — I was like, 'Let me check it out. What is it entail?'" Spelling told host Jeff Lewis, as quoted by Page Six.

"So, I looked at it and of course, it shows something like unless you subscribe you can't get it. So, of course, I subscribed under a fake name. ... It's riveting because they're like, 'Hey, we might show you this in the shower.' And I just wanted to see, it's my friend and I'm like, 'Hey, how far is she going?'" the actress added.

Spelling admitted to learning quickly that to get noticed by the OnlyFans star and to see more of her adult content, she needed to drop money on her subscription. Once she got in, she couldn't stop spending to see more of Richards.

"They say, allegedly, if you tip them they get back to your faster. So I was like, 'Hey, I love what I'm seeing, would love to see more. I ended up, in the course of two days, spending $400. I couldn't stop," Dean McDermott's wife added.

When Lewis heard Spelling's revelation, he couldn't help but ask the latter if the $400 was, in fact, only spent on Richards and not with other content creators on OnlyFans.

Spelling gave an affirmative response, saying she only sent the money to Charlie Sheen's ex-wife before praising Richards over her private content. "God, she looks good," the "Scary Movie 2" actress said, as per Daily Mail.

Meanwhile, Spelling also detailed her 14-year-old daughter's recent medical emergency during her guest appearance on the podcast. According to her, they had to rush Stella to the ER after parts of her body went numb.

"Her left arm went completely numb, she couldn't lift it. Then half of her throat, then her mouth — so it looked like she had had a stroke. We rushed her to the ER, and by the time we got there, she was starting to [get feeling back], like she was coming back, but it was really scary," she said.

Last week, Spelling shocked her fans on Instagram when she posted a photo of Stella hooked up to wires and lying in a hospital bed. She then revealed that her daughter was diagnosed with hemiplegic migraine, a condition with symptoms similar to a stroke.

In her latest interview, the mother of five revealed that Stella did not just go to the hospital once. They sent her to the ER twice because of the condition. She added that she and her husband are determined to understand it more and plan to visit a neurologist at Children's Hospital Los Angeles soon.

Aside from Stella, Spelling and McDermott are also parents to Liam, 15, Hattie, 11, Finn, 10, and Beau, 5.

Denise Richards
Denise Richards at the premiere of "Madea's Witness Protection" in New York City on June 25, 2012. Getty Images