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Oh No! Tori Spelling's Son Rushed To The Hospital

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Thankfully, we can report that he is okay.

This morning, Tori Spelling lived every mother's nightmare as her son Liam fell off the kitchen table and hit his head on the floor. The poor little guy had to be rushed to the hospital when Tori noticed he was vomiting following his fall.

However, once he was taken to the ER and examined, doctors told her he was fine and allowed him to go home. She confirmed on her Twitter that he was doing better, but that'll she "keeping an eye" on him for a little while.

Phew! Thank goodness he's alright! Such a little trooper.

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14 comments to “Oh No! Tori Spelling's Son Rushed To The Hospital”



  1. 1

    "Tori noticed her was vomiting following his fall" ?



  2. 2

    Please hire someone who can spell and type, or at least learn to proofread. Glad little Liam is OK.



  3. 3

    That's not good. What was the kid doing ON a kitchen table anyway? Hurting your head like that at ANY AGE increases your risk for Alzheimer's and Dementia later on in life. And Aaron Spelling having Alzheimer's is another risk factor for the little guy (and Tori). That's not good. What a horrible mom Tori is. She should watch her kids more instead of being so obsessed with her anorexic ugly body and her whorish husband.



  4. 4

    Nice grammar, Perez. Maybe you should stop sucking dick and hire some people who can write properly.



  5. 5

    I dropped my son Barry on the floor of Filene's during a huge sale. No vomiting though.



  6. 6

    Children fall, unless you're not letting them play. This happens to every mother. She did exactly the right thing.



  7. 7

    Re: Dave Letterman - staff fucker
    I used to climb on kitchen counters and stuff like that all the time when I was little if I couldn't reach something, still do actually. Not a big deal, kids fall down. The vomiting is something to worry about, as is the Alzheimer's, but as someone with family history of Alzheimer's you can't live in a bubble.



  8. 8

    Come on, schoolmarms. Remember this is the Internet, if you could understand what was written (which you obviously did) then that's good enough.



  9. 9

    Normally if kids hit their heads and start vomiting after, it's signs of a concussion. I'm sure that was the concern.



  10. 10

    Re: Dave Letterman - staff fucker – Wow, that was harsh. Crawling all over things is what kids do. They crawl, they climb things, they take tumbles. It doesn't make her a horrible mother because he had an accident.



  11. 11

    huh? you've become ridiculously "nice." He FELL OFF A TABLE! WTF! That ding bat should've been "keeping an eye" on him BEFORE he got up on a table. What a moron. Poor kid! As for you two fat, soulless pigs: hire an editor! "That'll" make you slightly less PATHETIC!



  12. 12

    Perez, you reported Ms. Spelling's version of events.
    We don't know whether it is true or not.
    Try neutral reporting, such as: Tori S. brought her child to the E.R. after reporting that he fell off a counter and suffered a head injury.

    I was a child protective caseworker for 4 years, and also work in the court system.
    There's no limit to the fanciful explanations of why a child suffered an injury. Don't take everything at face value.



  13. 13

    After watching countless episodes of Tori and Dean I LOVE her and I think that she is an amazing wife and mother. Marriage is so hard and I am so happy to see that Perez you support them. Good going Tori and Dean, I hope that your little monkey feels better soon.



  14. 14

    I've actually watched that show…guilty pleasure..those kids are highly verbal, extremely interactive and behave with a high level of trust towards both of their parents..I've raised 3 kids, no matter how vigilent you are kids sometimes get hurt doing silly things…not all mishaps are the boogieman..they may be goofy hollywood types but they seem like great parents….