Tori Spelling Says That Toxic Mold In Her Home Was “Slowly Killing” Her Family For Three Years
Last week, Tori Spelling confessed to her Instagram followers that she and her family have been in a “continual spiral of sickness for months” after being exposed to mold in her rental home that’s toxic. Tori shared a picture of herself and her five kids at Urgent Care along with a lengthy passage explaining she finally uncovered the problem after an inspector “discovered extreme mold.” Now, a day after her birthday, she took to social media once again to update that the situation has been “overwhelming” and that her family “needs help.”
While Tori should be celebrating her 50th birthday and posting b-day pics with L.A .mom captions like, “50 is the new 30!”, she’s instead worried for her kids and looking for a temporary living situation so the family can GTFO of that death trap rental. And Tori now claims that she’s been living in a mold nightmare for three years without knowing it. So now, Tori and her husband Dean McDermott are lawyering up since she and her family have landed in the ER numerous times this year for infections, difficulty breathing, dizziness, and severe migraines. Tori asked her followers if anyone could help her find a “MOLD lawyer,” E! News reports:
“Does anyone know how to find a major great MOLD lawyer in CA that can help our family?” Tori wrote on her Instagram Stories May 17. “Our troubles are next level with our mold problem and the house that’s been slowly killing us for 3 years.”
She explained that her and Dean’s five kids—Liam, 16, Stella, 14, Hattie, 11, Finn, 10, and Beau, 6—have been sick for a long time and haven’t been able to get better due to the mold.
“My kids and I are so sick and can’t get well and our family needs help.” she continued. “Overwhelmed. We do need to start with an amazing lawyer who can guide us through this.”
Okay, in Tori’s original post about this, she wrote that her house was labeled as a health hazard before moving in, but she didn’t really pay attention to that. Maybe because she also heard the words “so we’ll give you a discount” after allegedly hearing that the house was labeled as a health hazard. And Tori probably should’ve added in her recent post that she’s looking for a MOLD lawyer who works pro bono, because I’m not sure there’s a law office in California that will accept a credit card from her as payment.