Tori Spelling is facing some difficult times. On March 1, the Los Angeles Police Department responded to a call from the actress' Woodland Hills home. Though she was physically unharmed — and posed no apparent danger to those around her — the mother of five had apparently suffered a mental breakdown. Here's what we know about the situation:
According to an anonymous source, Spelling and her husband Dean McDermott had been arguing (other reports claim that the couple is facing financial woes, as well.) McDermott allegedly spent a few nights away from the couple's shared home, and when he came back earlier this week, his wife mistook his entrance for a break-in and was badly shaken.
Though the source claimed that Spelling has been holed up at home, and has stopped talking to most of her friends, she did get together with Bachelor in Paradise alum Corinne Olympios on February 28. The two joined together to film segments for an upcoming Facebook series.
After the taping, Olympios said: "She was so sweet, she stayed around after her segment ... She was like ‘Maybe I’m sticking around for a reason,’ you know, joking around. 'Cause I know she has a newborn at home. She did mention how she had a baby last year and then a week later, after having the baby, was pregnant again. So her last two kids are only ten months apart, she said, so it’s really stressful I bet ... maybe she’s just stressed out … she just seems a little tired-eyed.”
The taping took place just one day before the police were called to Spelling's home. The anonymous source said: "Her breakdown came after she and Dean had been fighting. She literally was hysterical and, sadly, the kids were home and everyone was scared ... She is under far too much pressure."
No arrests were made after police arrived, and Spelling has since "calmed down," according to the source. "I think she knows it’s time for a change."