Tori Spelling’s husband chatted with cops outside their home shortly after a 911 caller reported she was having a breakdown, TMZ reports.
Dean McDermott was seen talking and smiling with two officers outside their Woodland Hills, California home on Thursday after they responded to a call citing a “female [with] mental illness.” He was seen shaking hands and appearing to send them on their way, but there was no sign of Spelling or their five children.
A spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department told Entertainment Tonight that officers responded to a disturbance call at around 7:15 a.m. at Spelling and McDermott’s home, though it was not made immediately clear who made the call. As of 9:15 a.m. PT, officials from the LAPD’s Topanga division were still dealing with the incident.
Law enforcement sources told TMZ that Spelling was being very aggressive and was going through what one source describes as a “nervous breakdown.” Insiders said that while Spelling does not have any weapons, she snapped enough for someone inside the house to call the emergency operator.
Ahead of the disturbance call on Thursday, Spelling herself dialed 911 on Wednesday night after she claimed someone was breaking into her Mulholland Drive house. After a closer look, it was just McDermott returning home, law enforcement sources said.