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Tori Spelling Is Eating Only 500 Calories a Day


Tori Spelling is in trouble again. As if the scandal over her husband Dean McDermott’s alleged affair with Emily Goodhand weren’t enough, there were two failed reality shows (and some cynics say that the affair was faked to raise ratings for True Tori).


Friends of Tori say she is hardly eating anything, often as little as 500 calories a day. Her breakfasts consist of decaf and juice, lunch is a piece of fruit, and dinner is a child-sized portion of protein with a few vegetables. Someone close to the former 90210 star say that her belly is distended as in heart-rending photos of children enduring famine. Friends are begging Tori to seek help immediately, and her eating disorder may be the result of the stress faced by the family so far and the source of even more strain.

In addition to trying to heal their faltering marriage, Tori and Dean are broke. So broke, in fact, that the couple has said they can’t afford a vasectomy for Dean, even though they told People magazine that they having finished building their family after their four children.  Tori inherited  little from her father,  film and television producer Aaron Spelling, and the couple had to sell their Encino home and move into a rental. That kind of trouble would cause anyone an undue amount of stress, and we do hope that Tori gets the help she needs soon!

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