Tori Spelling recently spent some time in the hospital, OTRC.com has confirmed, days after the premiere of her new reality show "True Tori," which documents her and husband Dean McDermott's marital woes and his cheating scandal.
The cause of her ailment was not revealed. She and her spokesperson have not commented. OTRC.com has learned that the former "Beverly Hills, 90210" star, 40, recently spent more than a week in a hospital. She was released on Saturday, according to E! Online.
The news of Spelling's hospitalization comes on the heels of her marriage troubles with husband Dean McDermott. In December 2013, Us Weekly reported that McDermott had cheated on Spelling with a younger woman. The "Chopped Canada" host later checked himself into rehab in January for "health and personal issues."
The couple's struggle to cope with the cheating scandal is currently being documented on the new Lifetime Television reality series "True Tori," which premiered on the cable network on April 22. The show follows Spelling as she juggles life as a mom and dealing with the cheating scandal as McDermott prepares to leave treatment. The two have previously starred together on the Oxygen reality show "Tori & Dean: Inn Love."
Spelling and McDermott first met on the set of the 2006 Lifetime Television movie "Mind Over Murder," while they were married to other people. Spelling was previously married to actor Charlie Shahnaian and ended their marriage in April 2006, while McDermott was previously married to Mary Jo Eustace and ended their marriage in February 2006. Spelling and McDermott wed after their respective separations. The two have four children together -- Liam, 7, Stella, 5, Hattie 2, and Finn, 20 months.
(Pictured: Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott appear together leaving a Los Angeles, California office building on April 10, 2014. Credit: Michael Simon / startraksphoto.com)