Does Tori Spelling have another bun in the oven? The former Beverly Hills 90210 star, who already has five children with husband Dean McDermott, posed with what looked like a baby bump at an event in Beverly Hills on Saturday, September 29. Spelling, 45, has gone through huge financial woes but has never ruled out having another child. Scroll down RadarOnline.com's gallery for more!
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Big bird! Spelling wore a bright yellow, off-the-shoulder peasant-style dress at her shocking red carpet appearance. Her tummy bulge raised eyebrows!
The reality show star's dress was so form-fitting that pregnancy rumors flew. A source recently told Us Weekly that Spelling has been thinking about having a sixth child with McDermott, 51. That could be dangerous considering the mental and physical issues she's had to deal with in the past.
As Radar readers know, the actress almost died of placenta previa when she was pregnant with her fourth child, Finn, 5.
Also, Spelling had a public breakdown earlier this year. Back in March, panicked husband McDermott paced back and forth on the streets outside their Los Angeles home as she had an epic meltdown before cops were called. McDermott made a second 911 call just days later. Cops said they checked on Spelling briefly and she was fine.
Spelling glowed while preening for photographers at the event this weekend. But she and McDermott are always strapped for cash, so would a sixth child break them? Spelling recently ignored a lawsuit over an unpaid credit card bill and now has been told to pay up, The Blast has reported.
Expecting something? If Spelling is pregnant again at the advanced age of 45, it could cause additional stress on her marriage. Tumultuous twosome Spelling and actor McDermott reportedly owed the IRS close to $1 million in taxes last year. The IRS drained the couple's bank accounts, according to reports.
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