LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Police responded to a disturbance call Thursday morning at a San Fernando Valley home reportedly belonging to the family of actress Tori Spelling.
Officers arrived at the home on the 21200 block of Mullholland Drive in Woodland Hills just after 7 a.m., according to LAPD Media Relations.
Dispatch audio described a “female mental illness” call, according to Entertainment Tonight, which was awaiting a response to a request for comment.
While police wouldn’t confirm any details, sources told TMZ the call came after Spelling became “very aggressive” in her home.
SKY2 was over Spelling’s home Thursday morning, but there was no immediate sign of police activity. An investigation was underway.
According to TMZ, Spelling had called police Wednesday night to report someone breaking into her house, but it turned out to just be her husband, Dean McDermott, coming home.
Spelling friend and “Bachelor” alum Corinne Olympios told ET that Spelling – who has five children with McDermott – appeared to be overwhelmed by motherhood following a a Facebook Live cooking segment.
“I was thinking, `Well, she does have five kids,”‘ Olympios said. “She was saying it’s stressful, it’s a lot. Someone was joking around with her like, `Don’t go home yet, say you’re getting a manicure.’ She was like, `Oh my God, yeah right.”‘
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