UPDATE: Jason Priestley And Shannen Doherty On ‘Misunderstood’ Memoir Comments

UPDATE (Monday, Jan. 19, 2:54 p.m. EST): All is right with the world now that former 90210 siblings Jason Priestley and Shannen Doherty have proclaimed their love for each other after some “misunderstood”; comments related to Priestley’s depiction of his co-star in his recent memoir:

//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js  — UPDATE (Monday, Jan. 19, 10:35 a.m.): After Shannen Doherty implied that former Beverly Hills, 90210 co-star Jason Priestley’s recollections of her behaviour in his recent memoir were the result of “parts of his memory [getting] altered”; after his 2002 car crash, Jason tweeted a cheeky response:

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Shannen Doherty isn’t looking to make up with her “90210”; co-stars anytime soon. The actress stopped by Sirius XM’s Just Jenny show and didn’t hold back when talking about her former friends.

Doherty’s first victim was Canadian actor and former on-screen sibling Jason Priestley. The controversial celebrity, who was clearly offended by Priestley’s description of her in his 2014 memoir, blamed the mischaracterization of her younger self on his 2002 car crash. “I love Jason, but you know he had a car accident, a racing accident, and I think maybe parts of his memory got altered from that,” Doherty said in an interview that aired on Friday night. “Everybody changes. They have their own perception of the truth. His is definitely different than mine.”

She added, “I don’t really know. I just know that at some point everybody just needs to sell a book. Right?”;

And as one could easily guess, the star also took aim at Tori Spelling and her current relationship drama with husband Dean McDermott. “I would never in a million years choose that for myself. Ever. But she’s gotta — that’s her choice of how she wants to deal with it,”; Doherty shared. “Some people need to put it out there,”; she added. “It is a choice I’d never make because there’s just no mystery.”

Doherty was written off “90210”; in 1994 after developing a reputation for being difficult on set.

Some things never change!



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