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The Affair Was Too Much! Tori Spelling's Hospital Visit Featured On Reality TV Show, Dean McDermott Upset He 'Can't Be There With Her'

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May 19 2014, Published 6:01 a.m. ET

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During the taping of her reality TV show Tori Spelling was rushed to the hospital because the stress of her cheating husband was just too much, and has learned the scary visit will be featured on True Tori.

Spelling, 40, was rushed to a local Los Angeles hospital in mid-April, and as exclusively reported, the former90210 star was suffering from severe migraines and an ulcer brought on by the extreme stress of McDermott's infidelity.

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"It all started last night. Tori had severe abdominal pains," McDermott says as the camera pans to Spelling laying in a hospital bed.

"Tori's afraid of being in the hospital and I can't be there with her."

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"She was just so run-down and ragged from the affair fallout,” the insider previously told of Spelling's hospital scare.

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"Tori’s head hurt so much, she couldn’t have any light in her bedroom. And she couldn’t keep any food down from the ulcer. She was in a great deal of pain and was very scared."

Spelling has been a frequent hospital patient over the past few years: In 2012, she was treated for severe pregnancy complications while expecting youngest child Finn, now 20 months. She was ordered to hospital bed rest for nearly two months.

And aside from Spelling's health issues, concern is growing for her drastic weight loss.

During a May 1 outing to Burger Lounge in Los Angeles with some gal pals, Spelling's scary skinny midriff had onlookers wondering if her crumbling marriage to McDermott is more than the mother-of-four can handle.

True Tori airs Tuesday nights on Lifetime at 10 p.m. PT/ET.



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