Tori Spelling hospitalised for ‘stress’

tori-spelling-tori-spelling-on-extra_3939063 After being criticised for lashing out at Katie Holmes in her new book Spelling It Like It Is, Tori Spelling was hospitalised for ”stress” last month.

The actress called Katie ”plastic” and accused her of not being able to sing. However, this only resulted in people hitting out at her and Tori ended up in hospital.

A source told ”Tori was hospitalised for stress and anxiety for a few days because she was receiving a lot of negative feedback about revelations she made in the book and she had no anticipation that it was going to hit a nerve.

tori-spelling-mothers-day-luncheon_3656407”Tori didn’t think making comments about a chance encounter with Katie Holmes would cause such a ruckus. She just grew very anxious about having to defend her actions in the book in media interviews and decided that she needed to go to the hospital.”

In her memoir, Tori wrote: ”As I sat waiting outside his music room, I heard his prior appointment working with him in the other room. It was some actress singing horribly off-key … That made me feel better. I heard him say goodbye and then the actress walked out of the room. It was Katie Holmes. I didn’t know whether we should hug or shake hands. But the signal from her was immediately clear: Don’t even come close.”

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2 responses to “Tori Spelling hospitalised for ‘stress’”

  1. Kelly says:

    The weapon of word turned against the writer herself! I wonder if she thought before how Katie Holmes will react to her statement I understand this is her own subjective opinion, but many people from all over the world has shared their subjective visions too. So, why not being ready for that? Why taking it personally and worrying about what others say. I hope Tori will get rest and medical help and recover fast. But this was a good lesson for her for the future.

    • Cecile says:

      Yes, Tori takes too much thing personally. She better distracts from that. She as here her opinion, they shared theirs — that is and now need to cry over this. I thought she was a mature woman with a wider outlook on life with ability to forgive, forget and never mind.