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Tori Spelling Returns To Work To Film New Project Amid RV Living
August 21, 2023
Tori Spelling, who currently resides in an RV with her five children, is back in Beverly Hills with a new mystery project.
It is no news that the television personality was recently forced to move from her home due to a toxic mold infestation amid her separation from Dean McDermott, her ex and the father of her kids.
Fans are no doubt excited to see Tori cooking up something as it has been a while since she appeared on television, and now she is back, looking as stylish as ever!
Tori Spelling Returns To Work In A Red Pantsuit Amid RV Living
On Wednesday, August 16, Tori showed she was not letting her current living circumstances deter her from progressing in her career as she returned to Beverly Hills to film an unknown project. Per Page Six, the “Kiss the Bride” star was spotted at the scene looking chic in a red-hot pantsuit with a black lacy camisole underneath, complete with blue and white sneakers.
Her comeback falls amid her stay in an RV with her kids, Liam, Stella, Hattie, Finn, and Beau, and without their father, McDermott, whom she separated from in June. Tori’s loved ones are worried about her and the children amid their unusual living condition.
Similarly, when her friend and “Million Dollar Listing” star Josh Flagg suggested they move into his $9 million mansion, Tori stayed for only a few days before running off to a motel.
McDermott does not appear to share the same concerns for his ex-wife as he is reportedly “appalled” at the “Stori Telling” author and their children’s living conditions. Nevertheless, Tori is making the most of the situation as she recently spent quality time with her brood at the beach and celebrated their “abuela’s” birthday, as seen on her social media.
Given her presence in Beverly Hills, it is safe to assume that she is working on another reality show after starring in the Oxygen series, including “Tori and Dean Inn Love,” “Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood,” and “True Tori.”
In addition, earlier this month, it was reported that the “A Friend to Die For” star is contemplating her return to the television business and is “in talks” to join the cast of “Dancing With the Stars.” Speaking of her present abode in an RV, she recently proved it is not so bad by dropping a rare post featuring herself and her kids ahead of their return to school.
The carousel began with a view of two of the older offspring, Finn and Stella, posing atop the vehicle with their arms spread. In the following slide, Tori shared a snap of California’s coastline with other RVs parked on the beach and followed it up with a photo of herself snuggling in bed with her youngest son, Beau.
Her kids clearly had no issues with their living state, as they were seen in some slides beaming and giving a thumbs up. Another picture showed her son, Liam sticking his head out of the RV’s window, and more slides captured more scenic views from the family’s summer.
In the caption, the “A Carol Christmas” actress declared, “As long as we have each other,” alongside the hashtags “#summer2023, #familytime, #pricelessmemories, #ontheroad, #backtoschool.” She also chose to turn off the post’s comments section, possibly to prevent critics from airing their thoughts about the family’s new home.
‘The House Of Yes’ Star Rejected Support From Her Mother For A New Home
While Tori enjoyed living in an RV with her brood, fans came for her mother, Candy, with the belief that she ignored her child and grandkids’ living situation. However, sources claimed the septuagenarian had made an effort to help her daughter find a home.
“Candy spent hours on the phone trying to find (a house),” an insider claimed. “However, Tori opted not to take the offer as she “wanted to live in a certain place.” The source added that the situation was “more complicated” with Tori not speaking to anyone on the phone and trying to make her mother look like the “bad guy.”
Additionally, the informant mentioned that Candy had paid for the rent of the 50-year-old author’s former house before the family vacated, given the mold issue.