With her screenwriter husband, this Californian socialite and writer built the largest home in Los Angeles County in 1988. She sold the 123-room property for $85 million in 2011 and then sued the developers of the $47 million apartment she moved into as they had failed to set up a restaurant in the building. Her first published work was the bizarrely titled How I Gave My Father An Ulcer. According to Joan Rivers, she won $90,000 on a slot machine in Vegas in 2011 and called it “pocket change” and of her relationship with her Beverley Hills, 902010 actress daughter, Tori, she has commented: “There was a time when things were rocky between us, and we worked that out, and I’m going to be on her reality show”.
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