Usually when we’re talking Tori Spelling and the subject of her kids, it’s typically a conversation about how she gets excited over the thought of seeing two lines on a pregnancy test. But sometimes we’re dealing with the mental image steam pouring out of Tori’s ears while she aggressively protects her children. This is that kind of story, and it involves an anrgy Tori coming to the defense of her four oldest kids after they were body shamed on Instagram.
This started after Tori posted a picture of her four oldest – Liam (11), Stella (10), Hattie (6), and Finn (6) – in their back-to-school clothes. A pretty typical pic if you follow any parents with back-to-school age kids on Instagram.
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School officially began today for my 4 older kiddos… This marks the first year that they’ll all be in the same school at the same time. You know what that means? For one year and one year only ONLY 1 drop off= Happy Mom ??♀️And, Finn started Kindergarten at his new school and felt so proud to be at his big boy school with his older brother and sisters. #ThisIsFourInElementarySchool #SixthGrade #FifthGrade #FirstGrade #Kindergarten #Liam #Stella ##Hattie #Finn
People says that trolls wasted no time in picking apart the kids’ looks and weight. One user accused them of looking “disheveled,” while another joked that they just “rolled out of bed.” Others went in, saying, “Why have you let your gorgeous kids get so unfit?“, and “The kids are fat.”
Donna Martin may have had trouble graduating, but she has no trouble standing up for her kids against the anonymous people talking shit about them. She jumped into the comments and wrote:
“I am a proud mama bear and I enjoy sharing our family journey with my family, friends, fans and online supportive and loyal community. For all the individuals on here that felt the need to #momshame and #kidshame me and my children I say ‘Shame on you!’ I was raised to believe that if you can’t say anything nice about someone then don’t say anything at all. Lift others up and you in turn lift yourself up #endcyberbullying.”
You know Tori is serious because no where in that comment contained Tori’s desire for some shameless sponsored content. “Excuse me, but those outfits are #totallyfresh, all thanks to #DownyWrinkleReleaser #ad.”
I’d hate to hear what some random on the internet would have to say about the peach-and-mint bubble skirt I wore on my first day of kindergarten. Besides, there are so many other ways you can troll Tori if that’s your thing. Like asking where Candy Spelling bought such cute backpacks.