The real reason behind Tori Spelling‘s recent hospitalization has been revealed.
The former Beverly Hills, 90210 actress has checked into Los Angeles’ Cedars-Sinai Medical Center not because she may have Ebola, the fatal disease that’s been popping around the United States lately, but rather because she is suffering from a nervous breakdown.
According to TMZ, the “Ebola scare” is “a lie” to cover up her alleged crumbling personal life, particularly her marital problems with cheating husbandDean McDermott. The website reports that Spelling, 41, is worried that McDermott, 47, is skipping his AA meetings and fears that he will have another affair if he starts drinking again.
Spelling and McDermott, whose strained relationship is being documented in their reality series True Tori, is also reportedly suffering from money problems. The mom-of-four is allegedly “faking illness” to a point of actually compromising her actual health, which is why she checked into the hospital over the weekend.
Spelling shared a photo of herself in her hospital bed Thursday, captioning the picture on Instagram, “This sick in hospital I finally see how quickly life can take it all away frm you. We all need 2 step up frm inside& go 4 it! W/our friends by our side. Sadly I’ve finally faced truth that 1 person will never be there 4 me #TrueTori”
In April, Spelling was secretly hospitalized for at least six days when the couple’s marriage troubles reached a boiling point. Spelling was rumored to be addicted to pain killers during the ordeal, while McDermott blamed bad sex and his alcohol and drug abuse as the driving forces behind his infidelity.
“I didn’t think that I would get caught. I was drinking and using drugs, man,” he said on his show. “I was not dealing with things that happened to me in the past.”
It was revealed that the actor, who cheated on first wife Mary Jo Eustace with Spelling in 2006, slept with a 28-year-old when he was working on Chopped Canada in Montreal. After news of the affair broke, McDermott admitted himself into rehab for “intense treatment.”
In August, Spelling gushed that things between her and McDermott were getting better, writing on her blog, “As all of you know, our family has been through a lot this last year. I’m happy and proud to say that we are doing really well, and that Dean and I are working very hard to make our relationship and our family better than ever.”