Tori Spelling goes on McDonald’s run in crop top after hospitalization
Tori Spelling was recently seen with facial bruises, marking her first public appearance since leaving the hospital. The 50-year-old former “Beverly Hills, 90210” star seemed to have recovered as she stepped out late at night to grab a snack at McDonald’s. She flaunted her toned midriff in a revealing beige crop top paired with loose-fitting, low-rise jeans and a cropped black jacket. To complete her casual look, she added sneakers and a delicate necklace as accessories. Spelling opted to go without makeup for the outing and engaged in a conversation with an unknown man outside the fast food establishment. She later made a stop at a nearby gas station, where she purchased a pack of Pokémon cards and a bottle of soda. This was the first time she had been seen in public since her hospital discharge.
The sighting occurred two weeks after Spelling was photographed being wheeled out of the hospital with bruises on her face and body. The actress, known for her role in “Scary Movie 2,” shared a photo of her hospital wristband on her Instagram Story, revealing that she had been admitted on August 17. At the time, she expressed how much she missed her children, acknowledging their strength and positivity. This health scare coincided with the family’s decision to live in an RV due to black mold infestation in their home. Despite receiving an offer to stay in a luxurious Bel-Air mansion, Spelling chose to remain in the motorhome with her five children: Liam (16), Stella (15), Hattie (11), Finn (10), and Beau (6).
Spelling’s bruises appeared to have healed in less than three weeks following her hospitalization. Sources close to the author of “Stori Telling” revealed that realtor Josh Flagg, famous for his role on “Million Dollar Listing,” had offered his $9 million mansion to the family, but they only stayed for a short period of time. Barstool Sports podcast host Joey Camasta, a friend of Spelling’s, suggested that she may have been trying to teach her children a lesson about resilience and the importance of hard work and family unity.
Earlier this year, Spelling and her husband of 17 years, Dean McDermott, announced their separation. McDermott shared the news on Instagram, expressing sadness but emphasizing their commitment to co-parenting their children and guiding them through this challenging time.
Tori Spelling was spotted for the first time since leaving the hospital with bruises on her face last month.
The “Beverly Hills, 90210” alum, 50, appeared to have healed when she stepped out in a crop top for a late night snack at McDonald’s on Sunday.
She put her taut midriff on display in a busty, beige top which she paired with low-rise, baggy jeans and a cropped black jacket.
The mother of five, who had been living in an RV with her kids amid her split from Dean McDermott, added a pair of sneakers and accessorized with a dainty necklace.
Spelling went makeup-free for the outing and even struck up a conversation with a mystery man outside the fast food joint.
The former reality star then made a pit stop at a nearby gas station, where she was seen purchasing a pack of Pokémon cards and a bottle of soda.
The sighting comes two weeks after Spelling was photographed being wheeled out of a hospital with several bruises on her face and body.
The “Scary Movie 2” actress revealed she had been hospitalized just hours before by sharing a photo to her Instagram Story of her patient wristband, which showed she was admitted on Aug. 17.
“Fourth day here and I’m missing my kiddos so much,” she wrote at the time.
“Grateful and so proud of my strong, brave, resilient and kind to the core children who remain positive no matter what comes my way.”
The mystery health scare came amid her family’s relocation to an RV on a campground after their house became infested with black mold.
Last month, TheFantasyTimes reported that Spelling chose to remain in the motorhome with her kids — Liam, 16, Stella, 15, Hattie, 11, Finn, 10, and Beau, 6 — despite receiving an offer to stay in a Bel-Air mansion.
A source close to the “Stori Telling” author told us that “Million Dollar Listing” realtor Josh Flagg offered his $9 million mansion to the family, however they only stayed for a few days.
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Barstool Sports podcast host Joey Camasta, who counts Spelling as a pal, also suggested she may have been trying to teach her children a lesson.
“I think her saying no to Josh is just saying, ‘Thank you, I appreciate it, but I’m good,’” he told TheFantasyTimes exclusively.
“‘I’m gonna teach my kids this lesson of resilience and show them that Mommy was raised with the money, and it didn’t get me where it should be. I want to teach you kids that working hard and doing what it takes to take care of your family and stay together is ultimately what’s important.’”
Spelling shares her five kids with estranged husband Dean McDermott, who announced their separation in June after 17 years of marriage.
“It’s with great sadness and a very very heavy heart that after 18 years together and 5 amazing children, that @torispelling and I have decided to go our separate ways, and start a new journey of our own,” the actor wrote in a since-deleted Instagram post.
“We will continue to work together as loving parents and guide and love our children through this difficult time,” he added.