More bad news for the Spelling-McDermott family. Just one week after cops were first called to Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott's home in Woodland Hills, CA for a "domestic incident," the family attempted to go back to normal with a dinner outing to the Black Bear Diner in Encino, CA on Friday, March 9 — but it seemed like the meal was cut short after they were escorted out of the restaurant by police.
Tori accompanied her family — she shares 10-year-old son Liam, nine-year-old daughter Stella, six-year-old daughter Hattie, five-year-old son Finn, and 1-year-old son Beau with Dean, her husband of 12 years — to the restaurant in Tarzana, CA, according to Us Weekly. But at one point during their family dinner, LAPD showed up to the restaurant and could be seen speaking with Dean while he spoke to someone else on the phone.
The police also watched as Tori and Dean seemed to have a serious conversation, and later, the officers escorted the entire family out of the restaurant. It's unclear why the police were called to Black Bear Diner or why the family had to be escorted from the establishment.
This marks Tori's third run-in with the law in the span of about a week. On Wednesday, March 8, Dean called the cops to check up on Tori because he was worried about her after she left the family's home, TMZ reported. Officers from the Ventura County Sheriff's Office showed up to surround a doctor's office building in Thousand Oaks, CA at around 9:45 a.m. while Tori was allegedly inside. Dean could be seen standing outside, holding the couple's youngest son Beau. Once law enforcement determined that Tori and Beau were okay, they left.
Cops were first called to Tori and Dean's home on Thursday, March 1 after she was "being very aggressive" and had allegedly suffered a nervous breakdown.