Tori Spelling, daughter of Aaron Spelling and star of Beverly Hills, 90210, has had her share of hardships in her life. After her father died, it was expected that Tori was to inherit a large part of his $500 million fortune. However, because of the estranged relationship between Tori and her mother, the actress was handed $800,000 and nothing more. Tori has had financial problems ever since.
"It's no mystery why I have money problems," Tori wrote in one of her books. "I grew up rich beyond anyone's wildest dreams. I never knew anything else. Even when I try to embrace a simpler lifestyle, I can't seem to let go of my expensive tastes. Even when my tastes aren't fancy, they're still costly. I moved houses to simplify my life, but lost almost a million dollars along the way."
Tori's financial issues are not her only problems, either. In 2014 the actress was admitted to the hospital for an "Ebola scare," but sources close to Tori say it was actually a nervous breakdown.
Her friends 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. They said the "Ebola scare" was just a way to cover up the mental health issues. One friend said that an intervention was being planned.
"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."
Since the hospital visit four years ago, the mom of five seemed relatively level-headed and steady in her life. However, police are currently being dispatched to her home for a potentially serious reason.
According to TMZ, someone from within Tori's home called 911 to report her having a "breakdown." The call took place at 7 a.m. PST after Tori began acting aggressively, and what the caller described as a "nervous breakdown."
It's not believed that Tori has any harmful weapons inside the home, but the situation got serious enough that whoever called 911 felt there was enough danger that cops were required.
Cops say they were also dispatched to Tori's home on Wednesday night after she reported an intruder trying to break into the house. Apparently it was only her husband, Dean McDermott.
Officers are currently at Tori's home, but it's unclear as to whether or not the situation has escalated even further.