Tori Spelling Hospitalized as New Series Debuts
UPDATED: "True Tori," airing on Lifetime, documents her struggles with husband Dean McDermott following reports that he cheated on her.
Tori Spelling was recently hospitalized for a "severe migraine," sources confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter.
Pictures surfaced online Sunday showing Spelling checking out of a hospital wearing a pink hospital band on Saturday afternoon accompanied by husband Dean McDermott. Sources said she was hospitalized for over a week.
The news comes just days after the actress/reality star's new docuseries, True Tori, debuted on Lifetime. The series portrays Spelling's struggles with McDermott following reports that he cheated on her in December. The series kicked off after he left treatment, and it debuted three weeks after cameras began rolling.
Of her decision to do the show, Spelling wrote on her blog: "Throughout my life, the tabloids have told every story you could imagine -- and they always got it wrong. I needed the chance to tell my own story. At the moment, I don't know if it will have a happy ending. But I need to get my voice back, and this is my way of doing that."
The April 22 premiere drew 1.2 million total viewers. Both Spelling and McDermott are among the executive producers.
The couple have four young children together.
E! News was the first to report that Spelling was in the hospital.