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Tori Spelling ‘burned on hot grill’

Published 13/04/2015

Tori Spelling
Tori Spelling

Tori Spelling was reportedly hospitalised again after falling on a scorching hot grill while celebrating Easter Sunday with her family.

The 41-year-old former Beverly Hills, 90210 star has been treated at medical facilities multiple times over the past few years.

And Tori has been hospitalised yet again, but this time for burns.

“Tori had been laughing and having fun with her family at Easter brunch, when she got up to leave and tripped, falling backwards on to a scorching hot grill,” a source told UK newspaper The Daily Mail, noting she and her brood were dining out at Benihana Japanese Restaurant in Encino, California at the time. “She shouted out in pain from a large burn on the back of her right arm.”

An alleged eyewitness tells the outlet the accident took place while Tori, her husband Dean McDermott and their four small children were enjoying a meal along with some other guests.

Apparently Tori stayed strong throughout, so as not to terrify her kids.

“You could tell she was hurting, but she was trying to put on a brave face for the sake of her four young children who were quite obviously worried,” the insider noted. “Dean looked upset too, but you could tell they were doing their best to stay calm and not alarm the children.”

It’s claimed Tori went home and attempted to nurse herself back to health. But the pain proved too startling so the next day during a visit with her medical doctor, she was ordered to seek treatment at the Grossman Burn Center in West Hills, California.

“Tori's doctor's determined she had a severe burn and suggested they remove the damaged skin and graft skin from another area of the body,” the source said. “She questioned if it was absolutely necessary but doctors said she risked severe infection and scarring if she didn't act right away.

“She underwent a skin graft last week and must now spend several days recuperating. Friends are praying for her to make a full recovery.”

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