Candy Spelling Lawsuit Says Condo Developer Never Gave Her The Restaurant She Was Promised
Candy Spelling has filed a lawsuit against a Los Angeles condo building, claiming that the company failed to deliver on amenities like a restaurant at the high-priced condos.
Spelling is suing Century City over a lavish penthouse she’s building. The two-floor condo is costing Spelling $47 million, and she says the condo company isn’t holding up its end of the bargain to provide certain things they promised, like a restaurant that was supposed to open January 1.
Candy Spelling’s lawsuit is seeking some money to compensate those amenities, TMZ noted.
But that’s not only lawsuit for Candy Spelling. The wife of the late television producer Aaron Spelling is also suing The Carlyle, where she has been living while The Century is under construction.
Spelling has been leasing a condo, storage spaces, a wine locker, and multiple parking spaces at The Carlyle for $28,000 a month while her penthouse is being finished. Candy Spelling’s other lawsuit claims that the apartment had problems with its heating, air conditioning, and ventilation units that were never properly fixed, E! News noted. Spelling said she ended up getting it fixed herself, shelling out $10,000 to do so.
Spelling also claims that the building was lacking in security and allowed unauthorized people to access her private elevator. Again, Spelling said she was forced to fix the problem herself, and put in her own security measures, including cameras.
The building developer and owner terminated her lease and asked that she leave the premises. Candy Spelling in her lawsuit said that she paid her bills on time and had an automatic right to renew her lease for another six months.
The Candy Spelling lawsuit is set for a conference hearing in June.