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Tori Spelling Hospitalized With Burns From a Benihana Grill

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By    |   Tuesday, 14 Apr 2015 09:24 AM

Tori Spelling found herself hospitalized for the second time in six weeks, the most recent  for burns from an Easter outing at a Benihana restaurant where she accidentally fell on a hot hibachi grill. Before that, it was migraine headaches.

According to Entertainment Tonight, the 41-year-old actress and reality show star was out with her family at the restaurant in Encino when she tripped, fell backwards and suffered a large burn on the back of her right arm.

Spelling, daughter of the late legendary television producer Aaron Spelling, is now having skin grafts done, noted ET

"The process has already begun, and she's been in and out of the hospital," wrote Antoinette Bueno of Entertainment Tonight. "However, her business commitments must go on. She's still planning on doing a special book signing with her brother Randy on April 25, and she plans on supporting Dean (McDermott, husband) as well when his book 'The Gourmet Dad: Easy and Delicious Meals the Whole Family Will Love' comes out on April 28."

Spelling, who has starred in her own reality show "True Tori," was also taken to a hospital on March 6 for a "mystery illness" that turned out to be migraine headaches, wrote HollywoodLife.com.


TMZ reported that Spelling was hospitalized at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in October for what sources said was a "nervous breakdown."

"We're told Tori had a nuclear argument with husband Dean McDermott recently over a nanny he wanted to hire who she felt put the kids at risk," reported TMZ. "But the bigger problem – we're told she's telling people he's skipping AA meetings and fears he's close to drinking again. Tori's biggest fear ... alcohol is what Dean says caused him to cheat."

TMZ also said Spelling and McDermott were struggling financially after spending $800,000 from her father's inheritance and that she isn't receiving any help from her mother Candy Spelling.

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Tori Spelling found herself hospitalized for the second time in six weeks, the most recent for burns from an Easter outing at a Benihana restaurant where she accidentally fell on a hot hibachi grill. Before that, it was migraine headaches.
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