Tori Spelling had to be hospitalized over the weekend after suffering recurring migraines. While the mother of newborn Hattie Margaret did ask for advice from other postpartum moms on Twitter, she never meant for the paparazzi to make her health struggles public.
Tori Spelling's Twitter page first gave clues to her migraine issues Saturday, when the mother of three wrote, "Anyone else get horrendous migraines right after giving birth? Is it hormones? I've had one for a week now. Nothing is working :("
Not long after gossip websites reported Tori Spelling had been taken to the hospital by husband Dean McDermott and was seen using a wheelchair, the 38-year-old, presumably exhausted from her ordeal, had a new message to make public.
Tori Spelling shared on Twitter:
I never intended2have 2tell peeps I had to Goto ER yesterday4 migraine but paparazzi followed us&told;story. All time low... Following a sick new mom to hospital&photographing;her in that condition. Is nothing off limits to them compassion wise? But,I'm doing better now. Thx 4 all your concern.
In response, the actress and reality star has received many well-wishes from her fans and more than one note of sympathy. "Been there more than once for migraine thank God flash bulbs weren't going off...makes it 10x worse!" wrote one Twitter follower, while another commented, "Tori,just glad u are doing better... fans were worried about u-so sorry the papparazi was so low :-("
This isn't the first time Tori Spelling has lashed out at the paparazzi. In June, the then-pregnant star was furious over a car accident she says was caused by photographers at her children's school.
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