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TMZ got the exclusive on Tori Spelling's worrisome condition. As it was reported, the police came to Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott's house after they were called in regarding Spelling's state. The call, which took place around 7 AM, claimed Tori was "very aggressive" and that she was going through a mental breakdown of some kind. It's unclear what sparked this reaction, though it's reported that she had no weapons on her person. Her reaction was intense enough for her husband to believe law enforcement needed to arrive at their house; officers are still placed there.
Tori Spelling was supposedly hanging out with her friend, Corinne Olympios, the night before, and the actress/author seemed to be in steady condition at the time. It's not clear what sparked this response this morning, though it should be noted that Spelling also called the police on Wednesday night, believing that someone had broken into her Woodland Hills house. It was later revealed that it was just Dean coming home for the evening.
Tori Spelling's concerning news is made even more troublesome by not knowing what exactly prompted this response. But Entertainment Tonight has reason to believe they know what started it all. According to their unknown source, Spelling is dealing with both money hassles and the stress of mothering five children. In November 2016, she was sued for $87,000 in credit card debt by American Express. That was after she was sued by the credit card company for an unpaid $38,000, which she was ordered to pay in full along with $855 in court fees. During this difficult time, Spelling has allegedly leaned on her mother to help buffer out these money problems. The source claims Spelling is "suffering tremendously," even though she "tries to be the best mom she can be." Spelling and McDermott have also reportedly been at odds with each other during this time.
Tori Spelling's condition at the moment is unclear, but ET's source says she has been "listening to everyone" and "has calmed down." We can only hope things are in steady condition from here. Tori Spelling is the mother of Liam (10), Stella (9), Hattie (6), Finn (5) and Beau, who recently turned 1. Spelling had all these children with Dean McDermott, whom the actress has been married to since 2006. They have been the subject of several reality TV show programs, including Tori & Dean: sTORIbook Weddings, Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood and True Tori, which ended back in 2014.
Designated Survivor ended its midseason finale back in December on a major tragedy that will inevitably change the series (and President Kirkman) forever. The show will enter a brand new era in the second half of Season 2, and that will involve bringing in Michael J. Fox to play a new character who won't exactly make Kirkman's life easier. Here's what's happening.