A source tells ET that Tori Spelling had a meltdown in her Woodland Hills, California, on Thursday, due to multiple stress factors that she's currently dealing with.
The source says that Spelling has had to lean on her mother, Candy, for money to help pay the bills.
An LAPD spokesperson confirmed to ET that there was a call for service of a burglary at Spelling's address on Wednesday night, but it was determined that there was no crime.
"She has not been active on her social media and also stopped talking to almost all her friends." However, the source says that Spelling is currently “listening to everyone and has calmed down.” ET spoke with Spelling last August, when she talked about raising her five children -- 10-year-old Liam, 9-year-old Stella, 6-year-old Hattie, 5-year-old Finn and Beau, who turns one on Friday -- with McDermott.
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