Tori gave us a huge scare when she was rushed to the hospital for an unknown illness on March 6. The ‘True Tori’ star is finally coming clean and addressing the shocking reason she was back in the hospital. See what she said here!
Is Tori Spelling, 41, OK? She sent fans into a frenzy after Dean McDermott rushed her to the hospital for a mystery illness on March 6. Now, the mother of four is finally filling us in on what exactly is going on! Here’s the scoop.
Tori Spelling In Hospital: The Reason Revealed
Tori put rumors of her illness to rest when posting a very direct tweet to her 1 million followers, stating the reason she was in the hospital. And it seems the reality star suffers a very common problem. She tweeted:
I wish the media would stop making it so dramatic/scary 4 my family, friends,&fans…I have horrific migraines. I’m ALWAYS open about that!
— Tori Spelling (@Tori_Spelling) March 7, 2015
Oh no! We can only imagine the pain she goes through with that. Her fans were genuinely worried stress was a major factor as Tori juggles being a mother of four kids and a reality star.
While she may not like drawing attention to her illness, Tori has to understand that her fans were genuinely worried about her — especially since she was hospitalized not too long ago. Everyone just wanted to make sure she was, in fact, OK.
Tori Spelling Hospitalized: Sick With Mystery Illness
Tori’s husband Dean was the one to rush her to the emergency room in Encino Hospital Medical Center in California. At the time, Tori was seen looking pale and sickly in multiple photographs snapped before her entrance into the hospital.
Tori’s hospital visit was a huge concern since she was there in Oct. 2014, after suffering a major cough attack. She was allegedly quarantined because she had Ebola-like symptoms. So scary! Plus, right around that time, there were rumors that she was dumping her husband after he failed to be by her side as she recovered. So sad — we hope Dean is being different this time around!
Our thoughts go out to Tori and her family as she recovers from her illness.
— Julianne Ishler