Tori Spelling, star of 90210, confirmed her hospitalization in a statement to her fans on her own Instagram account.
Spelling announced on her Instagram account that she had been in the hospital since December 20. “To all of you who laughed at me when you were informed I [was] too unwell to work,” she wrote.
Doctors are “doing a battery of tests” on Spelling after she began experiencing a variety of symptoms, including “hard breathing, elevated blood pressure, and insane dizziness.” She stated that her top concern is to get better so she may return home to her five children, whom she shares with Dean McDermott.
“How about next time you take someone at face value and exhibit kindness instead of mistrust,” Spelling remarked to the haters. “Remember, not working is a nightmare for someone like me. I’m a hard worker and a hustler. I always go for business.”
Spelling has not kept her followers up to date on her whereabouts since making her announcement. It’s unknown whether Spelling is still in the hospital.
Tori Spelling recently discussed her desire to have her breast implants redone. Spelling said in an interview that she decided to have her breasts replaced at her daughter’s request.
This, according to Spelling, was something she had to do. She had, however, put it off until now.
“I got them when I was extremely young,” said Spelling. “And I had no idea they’d have an expiration date at some time. I had no idea you’d have to do it again.”
On the other hand, Tori Spelling has silicone gel-filled implants, which the FDA has advised women to replace since they are more likely to “have local problems.”
“It’s far safer to do it now for health reasons,” she remarked. “Because of scar tissue buildup, you put yourself at risk for long-term problems in your health.”
She had told her family that she needed to do this. As a result, it was Tori Spelling’s oldest daughter, Stella, who persuaded her mother to go with the surgery.
“So when [Stella] asked, ‘Are you finishing it?’ What was I thinking? Why wasn’t I getting it done? Because my children are my first focus. So, with the new year approaching, scheduling that surgery and getting well are top priorities. Because it is acceptable to prioritize oneself. In the end, it’s all about them.”
“It really hit home for me when my kid came to me and said, ‘Mom, I’m concerned,’” Spelling continued. “You’ve put it off. You’ve been telling me for years that you need your boobs redone.’”
Spelling’s operation is set to take place on February 27. Spelling stated on Instagram in November that she was considering getting an implant and hoped to go a little bigger.
It’s unclear whether her new health problem is related.