Tori Spelling Talks About her kids being bullied

Tori Spelling has had enough. Recently, she posted a photo on her Instagram with a long caption. Tori and husband Dean McDermott have five children together and one son from his former marriage.  The star mom and former “Beverly Hills, 90210” actress often posts on social media about her family life. But gets trolled by keyboard warriors for her personal preferences. Things such as the color of her children’s hair dye, the clothes they wear, her kid’s weight, etc.

But Saturday, the actress hit back with a long post about her kids, saying:

“they have been thru so much bullying I can no longer not share.”

Tori Spelling’s Instagram post:

She began her post with her eleven-year-old Stella. According to CNN, the star said that her daughter has been through enough bullying to last her a lifetime.

In old school in Encino, we were told she is acting like ‘Patient zero’ and ‘she’s playing the victim’. The school authorities ensured Tori and her husband that they were talking to the parents of the said bully and the matter is being taken care of. However, Tori said the bully’s behavior never changed. She also continued to explain in her post that there were no consequences of bullying behavior either.

Tori explained that things worsened and they were forced to shift their daughter to another school.

“This time, my daughter was bullied so bad (including comments about her weight and sexual things that my daughter didn’t even know about.), This school did the right thing and expelled the boy but the damage had been done. She now associates her education with boys that have been so horrific to her.”

Their son, Liam went to the same school.

 “He was bullied to the point that he developed severe emotional based headaches and stomach aches,” his mother wrote. “This school (who did help with Stella’s situation) did not help with Liams. He continued to be bullied so bad we had to leave.”

Tori ended her note saying:

“Was hesitant to post this bc as celebs we are sometimes judged for having problems others have [sad emoji] #worriedmama”

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