Another day, another hospital visit. Things just aren't going well for Tori Spelling.
According to a new report, Tori was hospitalized over Valentine's weekend after suffering from migraine headaches. The hospital visit became necessary when she couldn't deal with the severe pain at home, Radar Online says.
Tori has suffered from chronic migraines for years and they are believed to be caused by stress.
Last year, she was reportedly hospitalized three times for a variety of reasons.
The online report says that Tori's husband Dean McDermott, and their four kids, Liam, 8, Stella, 7, Hattie, 4, and Finn, 3 and step-son, Jack, were all spotted delivering gifts to the ailing actress on Valentine's Day.
Lately, Tori has had plenty to stress about. The family recently moved for the seventh time in just five years.
Also, last month American Express filed a lawsuit against the former "True Tori" star for failure to pay more than $38,000 in charges.
"Dean wants Tori to file for bankruptcy because there are other credit card companies that are owed money too," an insider told Radar. "But Tori refuses to even discuss the possibility of bankruptcy. She would rather just live in denial."
Shortly after the Amex lawsuit was filed, Candy Spelling, Tori's mother, told a media outlet that she has been at least partially financially supporting her daughter and the family, footing the bill for the house, the children and other necessities, but not Tori's "extravagance," as she called it.
"The entire situation is just very sad because Tori wants to be working," a source said, "but there just isn't a lot being offered to her."
Adding to Tori's financial struggles, she and Dean reportedly had to pay $45,000 to Mary Jo Eustace, Dean's first wife, for child support and alimony.