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911 Called After Tori Spelling Takes Off With One Of Her Kids

Last week, Tori Spelling made headlines when police were called to her house due to a "potential breakdown."

The call took place at 7 a.m. PST after Tori began acting aggressively, and what her husband, Dean McDermott, described as a " having a nervous breakdown." It was not believed that Tori had any harmful weapons inside the home, but the situation got serious enough that Dean felt there was enough danger that cops were required.

Cops say they were also dispatched to Tori's home the previous night after she reported an intruder trying to break into the house. Apparently it was only her husband, Dean McDermott.

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It wasn't the first time Tori had suffered from the mental health issues. The jilted heiress and actress suffered what friends called a "nervous breakdown" in 2014. One friend hoped it would be a wake-up call. They claimed Tori was faking illness to the point where she actually made herself sick, was fighting with her husband constantly, and was freaking out about her money troubles.

"I am hoping that shedding some light on it for all of her fans to read may actually lead her to seek some change in her life," the friend told TMZ. "Kind of like David Hasselhoff watching the drunk video of himself eating a hamburger."

But it seems that neither of Tori's breakdown have prompted her to change, as yet another 911 call was placed.

At 9:45 a.m. PST, Dean McDermott made a call to police after Tori left the house with at least one of her kids. The couple, who have been married for 12 years, share five kids together ranging from the ages of one to 11 years old.

Dean apparently called police after Tori left the house, asking them to perform a welfare check on his wife and the kid(s). McDermott was spotted outside a doctor's office in Thousand Oaks, California holding the couple's one-year-old son, Beau. It's unclear if Beau was the child that Tori took from the house.

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TMZ is reporting that authorities found Tori at the doctor's office, spoke to her, and gave everything the all-clear. No crime was committed, so everyone left by their own will and went their separate ways.

What's not clear is why McDermott felt like he needed to call police after Tori left the home. More information will most likely become available, but for now we just hope that everyone is okay.

Meagan has been a writer with Shared for two years and has an intense love for Netflix, napping, and carbohydrates. CONTACT: meagan@shared.com