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Tori Spelling Files Lawsuit Against Benihana Restaurant After slip and fall accident into the grill

TORI SPELLING -A recent Instagram photo shows Spelling with her right,   lower arm wrapped in a bandage.

Actress and author Tori Spelling filed a lawsuit against Benihana after an April slip and fall accident into a grill at the restaurant’s Encino, California, location, left her with serious burns.

Entertainment Tonight (ET) reports that Spelling, 42, was at Benihanas on Easter Sunday, having dinner with her family when she reportedly tripped and landed on a hot hibachi grill. Court documents indicate that the Beverly Hills 90210 actress received second and third degree burns, and suffered “suffered general damage, medical expenses, and wage loss.”

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Spelling was spotted several times since April, sporting a bandage over her right arm. When she wasn’t wearing the bandage, her skin was visibly red and blotched, resulting in questions from fans about her health.

Eyewitnesses who were at the restaurant the day in question indicated that Spelling was having dinner with her husband, Dean McDermott, along with their children. As she was getting up to leave, she somehow tripped and slipped, said one of the witnesses.

“She got up to leave and tripped, falling backwards on to a scorching hot grill. She shouted out in pain from a large burn on the back of her right arm. You could tell she was hurting, but she was trying to put on a brave face for the sake of her four young children who were quite obviously worried. Dean looked upset too, but you could tell they were doing their best to stay calm and not alarm the children.”

Read the full story at the Inquisitr by Leigh Egan



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