She's back! Just one day after police were called to her home after she allegedly had a nervous breakdown, Tori Spelling made her triumphant return to Instagram. The mom-of-five ended her social media hiatus on Friday, March 2, by sharing an adorable video of her youngest son Beau in celebration of his first birthday.
"Who's 1 today?" the 44-year-old asked in the clip as baby Beau cooed. Tori's husband Dean McDermott could also be heard in the video clip. "Hey buddy, happy birthday!" the doting dad said as he gave his son some "happy birthday tickles" — and baby Beau even uttered some baby talk in the cute clip. "Did he just say Beau or birthday? Ha ha," mama Tori wrote in the caption on Instagram.
Cops were first called to the Spelling-McDermott household in Woodland Hills, California, on Wednesday night after Tori thought that someone was breaking into her home, but it turned out that the man Tori thought was breaking in was just her husband Dean. But the LAPD returned to the couple's home early on Thursday morning after she allegedly "snapped" at around 7 a.m., which caused Dean to call the cops. He said Tori had been "very aggressive" and said she might be going through a "mental breakdown," according to TMZ.
But an LAPD officer revealed that while they did respond to a "domestic incident" at Tori and Dean's home, there was "no crime" that had been committed, according to People.
Sources close to the couple also revealed to People that the last year had been "really tough" on Tori, and she had been dealing with a lot of stress and pressure from work, her marriage, and being a mom to five kids — she shares nine-year-old daughter Stella, 10-year-old son Liam, six-year-old daughter Hattie, five-year-old son Finn, and one-year-old son Beau with Dean.
"[She] internalizes a lot of her anxiety and she knows it’s not healthy for her. Of course, she’s going to get to a breaking point eventually," the insider said. "Tori and Dean have their ups and downs, but they love each other — and family is most important to both of them."
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