LATEST: Aaron Spelling's widow CANDY has spoken out about the painful reports she's selling the Holmby Hills, Los Angeles home she built with her late husband in 1991. Tabloid reports about the alleged sale stunned Hollywood earlier this week (beg03JUL06) - less than two weeks after TV mogul Spelling's death. His widow has fiercely denied the rumours through her representatives and released a statement yesterday (07JUL06) addressing the reports themselves. She writes, "I'm deeply saddened and disappointed by the rumours and stories that have emerged claiming that I have my home up for sale. "I am forced to respond during this sensitive time that these stories are not true, nor do I have any current plans to sell the house that my husband Aaron and I built."
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