Tori Spelling has hospitalized last weekend because she is in the throes of a nervous breakdown, according to people with close knowledge of her life.
As previously reported, Tori was hospitalized and quarantined (supposedly) at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in L.A., having checked herself in there.
This prompted the obligatory Ebola questions – her rep even said that she does not have Ebola – but now sources say the whole thing was all a ruse.
A lie designed to cover up her crumbling marriage and personal life.
If you watched True Tori Season 2 Episode 1, you’re familiar with how far she’ll go to script what is written about her and what you see on television.
Still, these are the supposed reasons Tori is falling apart right now:
- Her marriage to Dean McDermott is on the rocks. Nothing new there, but they recently had an EPIC fight over a nanny whom he wanted to hire.
- Dean, supposedly, is skipping his AA meetings and she fears he’s close to drinking again, which may lead to him cheating on Tori again.
- Tori and Dean are financially strapped, having blown through her inheritance and believing that her best days are behind her as an actress.
- Tori is faking illness to the point she is actually sick.
You can’t make this stuff up … except if you’re Tori.
The Ebola “quarantine” scare was never real, but Tori created such drama around it that she wasn’t sleeping or eating enough and actually fell apart.
A close friend of Spelling’s tells TMZ that an intervention may be planned soon, and that “I am hoping that shedding some light on it for all of her fans to read.”
That, the friend says, “may actually lead her to seek some change in her life … kind of like David Hasselhoff watching the drunk video of himself eating a hamburger.”
Maybe that sort of reality check (no pun intended for the perennial reality star) is what she needs. Here’s hoping she can pull it together for the sake of her kids.