Police called to Tori Spelling’s home, 911 caller reports ‘mental breakdown’: Source

Police were reportedly at Tori Spelling’s Los Angeles home Thursday morning after a 911 caller claimed she was having some sort of mental breakdown.

Law enforcement sources told TMZ that the call involving Spelling, 44, was made at around 7:00 a.m. Friday. At the time, the caller reportedly claimed that Spelling was acting aggressively and described her as a “female” with a “possible mental illness,” according to dispatch audio obtained by The Blast.

Sources also told TMZ that Spelling had called police Wednesday night because she believed someone was breaking into her home. It ended up just being her husband, Dean McDermott, entering the home.

“Bachelor” alum Corinne Olympios had reportedly spend time with Spelling a day earlier and has said Entertainment Tonight that the do 90210 star was not aggressive but appeared “tired” and “distant.” Olympios claimed that she and Spelling were together for an hour as they filmed for Secrets in the Sauce, an upcoming Facebook series.

“I was thinking, ‘Well, she does have five kids.’ She was saying it’s stressful, it’s a lot,” she recalled. “Someone was joking around with her like, ‘Don’t go home yet, say you’re getting a manicure.’ She was like, ‘Oh my god, yeah right.'”

“[It was] like her mind was somewhere else.”

TMZ reports that McDermott, 51, was seen having a friendly conversation with officers outside the home. The tabloid noted that since the incident, Spelling hasn’t been seen on or leaving the Los Angeles residence.


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