Tori Spelling has been left just $800,000 of her late father's $500 million fortune.
The blonde actress is reportedly furious that legendary TV producer Aaron Spelling - who died on June 23 - decided to cut her share in his will just months before he died.
The pair dramatically fell out last year and refused to speak to each other for nine months, but Tori insists she made up with her father on his death bed and expected to be left at least $200 million.
Ken Baker, Us Weekly's West Coast editor, said, "Alzheimer's was listed as a contributing factor in his death so he may not have been of sound mind when he revised the will.
Tori, I'm told, will contest the will. However, the will has a no contest clause, so it could be a really messy fight."
The blonde actress will receive $200,000 cash inheritance and around $600,000 in private investments - accounting to just 0.16 per cent of her father's assets.
She is said to be angry that her cash share equates to almost the same left to her mother Candy's home decorator Robert Dolley who was left $50,000 and her manicurist Ernestine Young who received $25,000.
A pal revealed, "She was never banking on getting a lot of money. But she thinks it's weird that an interior designer would get almost as much as her."
The source of the family feud is said to be the strained relationship between Tori and Candy. Mother and daughter fell out over Tori's concerns that she was cheating on her father.