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Did Tori Spelling Overreact? She and Kids Are Fine After Accident

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Tori Spelling lets her emotions get the best of her

This morning, Tori Spelling sent out a pretty emotional tweet about an accident that she got into with her two kids in the car, thanks to a paparazzi who was chasing her. Check out the details about her tweet and accident.

But, from her reaction, I thought that it was a huge accident and that maybe Tori’s baby could be in danger. That was not the case.

Tori Spelling said she knocked down a wall at school. Check out the pics of the accident. I think she slightly exaggerated there.

Her rep told US Weekly that she and the kids are fine, that Tori is just shaken up over the accident.

But, she was in a car accident, with two small kids in the car and a baby bump to worry about. Add mama-bear protective instincts to pregnancy hormones and it’s no wonder Tori reacted the way she did.

Do you think Tori Spelling overreacted in her tweet?

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0 thoughts on “Did Tori Spelling Overreact? She and Kids Are Fine After Accident

  1. Stacy says:

    Nope, I don’t think she overreacted. If a non-famous person were chased like this the cops would be there and I’m sure the person would be arrested. It should be no different for these people. I know many of them like the paps following them to get exposure but when the kids are with them it’s just scary.

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