Friends of Tori Spelling believe the reality TV star is suffering from brain cancer. After a string of hospitalizations, “nervous breakdowns,” pregnancy complications, and symptoms consistent with a brain tumor, insiders say the True Tori television personality is sicker than she’s letting on. Although Spelling has not been formally diagnosed with a malignant tumor of the brain, doctors who have not treated her say it’s not improbable.
Surprisingly, the latest news about Tori Spelling is not directly about her marital stress from her cheating husband Dean McDermott. Instead, if the rumors pan out, it could be a developing story about a fight for the mother of four’s life, according to a National Enquirer report. Unnamed sources came forward and dished on Spelling’s health crisis.
“She’s not the Tori she used to be. She’s been in and out of hospitals with various complaints, including dizziness. Something’s going on with her.”
Spelling has been a frequent-flier as a hospital patient and her loved ones are beginning to worry. The ex-Beverly Hills 90210 actor, daughter to the late Aaron Spelling, was recently admitted to Los Angeles’ Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on October 18. Apparently, Tori passed out during a live production of her Lifetime reality television show. Of note: Tori talked about a breast cancer scare back in 2010.
The 41-year-old starlet went to the hospital emergency room while pregnant with her fourth child. At that time, many feared the stress of her marriage could lead to a miscarriage. Furthermore, Tori’s other hospitalizations include treatment for sinus infections, severe bronchitis and rumored pneumonia, all of which could impact the brain if no effective intervention takes place. Dr. Stuart Fischer, an internist (no relation to Tori Spelling) weighed in on the brain cancer links.
“Sinusitis has the potential to spread rapidly into the brain, leading to such frightening conditions as meningitis and brain abscesses, both of which can be fatal. Tests would be necessary to rule out more serious conditions like brain cancer or benign tumors.”
Gossip Cop claims to have insider proof that the tabloid rumors about Tori Spelling’s cancer fears are faked.
“A source close to Spelling tells Gossip Cop there’s “no truth at all” to the rumored cancer fears. We wish the Enquirer would have the decency not to spread brain cancer “fears” and then claim the people around Spelling are the ones concerned. That’s absolutely not true.”
Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott’s marriage of eight years has been strained ever since Dean was caught red-handed in the act of a sex romp with 28-year-old Emily Goodhand in Canada last year. The couple attended marriage counseling and Dean agreed to rehab for his addiction. And when Tori learned her hubby had multiple affairs, her health — mentally and physically – was challenged even more. However, no one from Tori Spelling’s camp has confirmed or denied the brain cancer rumors and suspicions.