Donna Martin won't be setting up shop in Beverly Hills after all.
Tori Spelling has changed her mind about appearing in The CW's "90210" spinoff, report news sources.
"The CW has no deal with Tori Spelling to appear on 90210 at this time," confirms a CW spokesperson, while Spelling's rep states, "At this time, there are no plans for Tori to appear in the 90210 spinoff."
Buzz about Spelling's departure first came from DeadlineHollywoodDaily.com, which reported Monday, Aug. 11 that Spelling had pulled out of the production after learning she was getting paid significantly less per episode then her former co-stars Jennie Garth and Shannen Doherty, both of whom will appear on the new CW drama.
Word is that the other women are receiving $35,000-50,000 per episode whereas Spelling can only cash in on a measly $10,000-20,000 per episode.
Spelling originally accepted The CW's offer in May to reprise her role as Donna Martin, who would now be the owner of one of the hippest shopping destinations frequented by the new, youthful cast.
"90210" is set to debut on The CW on Tuesday, Sept. 2.Copyright © 2014, Los Angeles Times