Police Called to Tori Spelling’s Home for Possible Nervous Breakdown

Police went to Tori Spelling’s home on March 1, 2018 after a 911 caller reported that she was having a nervous breakdown. The caller alleged the reality TV star was acting very agitated and aggressive.

Officers with the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) rushed to Tori Spelling’s home in the exclusive Woodland Hills neighborhood after a 911 caller said she was having a nervous breakdown. It is not yet clear who made the call to authorities.

According to Radar, a spokesperson for the LAPD confirmed that a “call came in at 7:15 a.m. and it was for a disturbance.”

Police Called to Tori Spelling’s Residence Twice in 24 Hours

This is not the first time this week police were called about a disturbance at the Spelling home.

Spelling is said to have called police on the night of February 28 because she thought someone was trying to break into her home. The “intruder” turned out to be her husband, Dean McDermott.

Spelling, the former star of Beverly Hills 90210 and daughter of Hollywood royalty Aaron Spelling, and her husband have been the center of some unflattering attention over the years.

Spelling, 44, and McDermott, 51, met in August 2005 while filming the Lifetime TV movie Mind over Murder.

In an episode of the 2015 docu-series True Tori, Spelling and McDermott revealed that they’d slept together the first night they met. They were both married at the time.

Spelling and McDermott left their spouses and married each other in 2006.

Since then, McDermott has admitted to having an affair in 2013 with Emily Goodhand. In November 2017, his ex-wife Mary Jo Eustace, 55, claimed he confessed to her that he regretted leaving her for Spelling.

Spelling and McDermott Also Face Financial Hardships

The couple have also faced serious financial hardships. In May 2017, City National Bank was awarded a judgment of $202,066.10 plus $17,730.56 after the pair had failed to pay back a loan.

In April 2017, the IRS took $707,487.30 from their bank account for unpaid federal taxes from 2014.

The couple have five children: Liam, 10, Stella, 9, Hattie, 6, Finn, 5, and Beau, 11 months.