Top Hollywood psychic Tammy Adams refutes accusations of million-dollar scam

A top psychic is fighting back after being accused of a despicable crime.

Tammy Adams is considered a go-to seer in Malibu, Calif., we’re told, with several A-list clients. But she’s been accused in court papers of scamming a 73-year-old kindergarten teacher out of her home and savings.

The alleged victim, Victoria Nelson, claims in court docs that Adams and the psychic’s daughter-in-law took advantage of her fears about managing her finances after the death of her husband, who’d taken care of their money, and exploited her faith in psychic powers to talk her into giving Adams the deed to her $1.5 million home — leaving her homeless and ruined.

Now Adams has responded, exclusively telling Page Six that Nelson wanted her help in turning part of her home into a facility for cancer patients. “This was supposed to be a sanctuary for kids and families receiving cancer treatment at local Bay Area hospitals. If they’re suing me for trying to help cancer patients, I want the world to know that. This isn’t about Tammy Adams. This is about saving those children.”

She added, “I’ve had nothing but support from the clients who really know me and won’t allow this so-called gypsy fortune-telling scam to become my legacy.”

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