Police called to Tori Spelling's home, 911 caller reports 'mental breakdown'

Tonya Becker
March 2, 2018

Things at Tori Spelling's house are starting to calm down a bit following the emergency 911 call that was placed early Thursday morning stating that Spelling was suffering a nervous breakdown.

Law enforcement sources told TMZ that cops arrived after a 911 caller claimed the star was having a breakdown.

Police were called to Tori Spelling's home in Woodland Hills, Calif., Thursday over "mental illness" concerns.

According to TMZ, Spelling had called police Wednesday night to report someone breaking into her house, but it turned out to just be her husband, Dean McDermott, coming home. However, the "intruder" wound up just being her husband, Dean McDermott.

The mum-of-five wasn't arrested and cops opted not to hold her for mental evaluation, according to United States media.

Olympios said Spelling seemed particularly overwhelmed by the fact that she got pregnant immediately after giving birth to her fourth child.

'I think Beau is a symbol of that because he's the first baby out of all five that we're raising in a communicative way'.

Insiders say she doesn't have any weapons.

Page Six notes that Spelling and McDermott have been struggling with financial woes over the past year. In court documents previously obtained by Us, McDermott 's ex-wife Mary Jo Eustace alleged that he has stopped sending child support payments for their 18-year-old son, Jack. He resides in a $2 million estate paid by his mother-in-law, Candy Spelling, and has no impetus to work. In fact, just past year around this time, the IRS drained the couple's bank accounts over unpaid backed taxes.

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