While a new InTouch report claims the 40-year-old mother of four, who has been making headlines with her marital drama, is ready to enter rehab following her secret six-day hospitalization, a source close to Tori tells E! News the report is "not true" and there is "no rehab" in sight for the reality star.
E! News exclusively reported that Spelling was recently hospitalized for at least six days amid her ongoing marriage struggles. She is now back to filming her reality show, True Tori after leaving the hospital on Saturday.
While the reason behind Tori's hospital stay has yet to be disclosed, a source told E! News that Spelling's husband was with her every step of the way during her time in the hospital, remaining by her side for up to 10 hours every day.
"He would arrive by 10 a.m. and didn't leave until 8 most nights. He seemed very stressed out and worried," an observer said. ''He would bring food and often only left Tori to go outside to catch some air or make a phone call.''
Earlier this month, Spelling admitted that one of her "worst fears came true" when she discovered that her spouse of seven years had a two-day affair during a trip to Toronto in December 2013. Shortly after, McDermott entered rehab.
McDermott also recently revealed, via an explosive new True Tori clip, his reasons for cheating on his wife, with whom he has four children, Liam, 7, Stella, 5, Hattie, 2,and Finn, 20 months, admitting he was "drinking and doing drugs."
"I have a brain that wants to kill me," he said. "I have a brain that wants me dead. That's how the alcoholic mind works and thinks. Have a couple cocktails, do a couple lines, shut it down after three lines 'Yeah you can do that, you can do that Dean,'" the Chopped Canada host confessed.
In the second episode of the Lifetime docu-series, titled "The Truth Comes Out," McDermott also admitted he contemplated suicide after cheating.
"My life means something today and my life means something because I'm getting the help I need and I'm surrounded by love and support," he said during a couple's counseling session. "For the longest time I didn't deserve it, and now I'm just getting a little glimmer that I do deserve it. And that's what's gonna keep me alive. I'm trying to beat that into my head that on some level I do deserve it. I know I don't deserve to die; I deserve to live."