Candy Spelling is filing her second lawsuit in under a month against Los Angeles condo owners.
Last week, TMZ reported that Spelling filed a lawsuit against the owners of the luxury condo where she currently resides, the Carlyle near Westwood, Calif. for trying to evict her and double bill her for utilities.
The publication reports Candy is now filing a second lawsuit against the owner's of The Century in Century City, Los Angeles, claiming they have failed to provide amenities they promised the 67-year-old widow of "Beverly Hills 90210" creator Aaron Spelling.
Candy Spelling is currently renovating a two-floor luxury condo at The Century that she reportedly shelled out a cool $47 million to purchase.
One of the promises Spelling is saying the owners of The Century reneged on is a restaurant inside the condo, slated to open on January 1.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, chef and restaurateur David Myers opened Asian fusion restaurant Hinoki the Bird last month in the condo, but it is unclear if that is the restaurant Candy is referring to in lawsuit number two.
Once Spelling finally moves into her luxury digs at The Century, she will share the building with famous current residents Paula Abdul and Nobu Matsuhisa.
In Candy Spelling's 2009 memoir "Stories From Candyland" she wrote about her family life with the man behind such beloved shows as "The Love Boat" and "Charlie's Angels."
Although Aaron Spelling produced or created over 200 television shows, according to IMDB, the mogul detested flying, Candy wrote.
"Aaron Spelling traced his fear of flying to his service in the Air Force during World War II," Spelling wrote in her memoir. "He was yanked from a flight two minutes before it took off because he was sick with the flu. That flight crashed, and everyone on board was killed."
"Since he was expected to be on the plane, the military notified his family that he had been killed. When he arrived home later that day, his mother saw him and fainted---and when she regained consciousness, she made him promise never to fly again. But he was going to marry the girl who grew up watching (and falling in love with) the handsome character who was introduced with the words: look! Up in the sky! It's a bird. It's a plane. It's Superman! I was dreaming of my Superman with whom I could soar to new heights of ecstasy...but he never did break his promise to his mother. We never flew anywhere together. We had some spectacular vacations, by car, train, and boat. And I'm not complaining."