Police responded to actress Tori Spelling’s home in the Woodland Hills area Thursday on a report of a possible disturbance, with some reports suggesting the former “Beverly Hills, 90210” star had suffered some type of breakdown.
Los Angeles police would not provide specifics, but confirmed that officers responded about 7:20 a.m. to the home in the 21200 block of Mulholland Drive.
According to TMZ.com, police went to Spelling’s home after a 911 caller reported she was “having some sort of breakdown.”
The caller said Spelling, 44, “was being very aggressive … going through what one source describes as a nervous breakdown,” TMZ reported. “We’re told she doesn’t have any weapons, but obviously snapped enough for someone in the house to call police.”
Spelling had called police Wednesday night because she thought someone was breaking into her house, but it turned out to just be her husband, Dean McDermott, coming home, TMZ reported.
“Bachelor” alum Corinne Olympios told several media outlets she spent time with Spelling Wednesday following a Facebook Live cooking segment, and Spelling appeared to be overwhelmed by motherhood. Spelling and McDermott have five children.
“I was thinking, `Well, she does have five kids,”‘ Olympios told “Entertainment Tonight.” “She was saying it’s stressful, it’s a lot. 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.”‘