Police Respond to Tori Spelling's House After 911 Call

Caller was concerned about actress's mental health, TMZ says
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted Mar 1, 2018 1:40 PM CST
Police Respond to Tori Spelling's House After 911 Call
Actress Tori Spelling attends Frozen celebrity premiere presented by Disney On Ice held at the Staples Center on Thursday, Dec.10, 2015, in Los Angeles.   (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/A P)

Police are responding to Tori Spelling's California home after a 911 call Thursday morning. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ the caller said the actress appeared to be having a nervous breakdown and was being aggressive, though the alleged incident did not involve weapons. The sources say Spelling called police herself Wednesday night thinking someone was breaking in, but it was just her husband Dean McDermott arriving home. The Blast has dispatch audio in which Spelling is referred to as possibly having a "mental illness" issue, but officers who spoke to People will only say the call related to a "disturbance" and that the situation is ongoing. Page Six notes that Spelling and McDermott have been struggling with financial woes over the past year. (More Tori Spelling stories.)

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