Tori Spelling Involved In Car Accident After Being ‘Chased’ By Paparazzi
First Published: June 13, 2011 5:04 PM EDT Credit: WireImage
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Tori Spelling was involved in a car accident on Monday morning, after allegedly being “chased” by the paparazzi, the star said in a post on her Twitter page.
“Paparazzi chased me w/the kids 2school. I was trying to get away from him and had a pretty big accident. Took down whole wall of school,” Tori Tweeted.
However, according to Tori, who is pregnant, the accident didn’t deter the paparazzo from trying to get pictures of the celebrity mom and her kids, Stella, 3, and Liam, 4.
“He thn STILL got out to try to get pics,” she added. “10 school moms chased him away. Wht will it take? Someone dying for paparazzi to stop?”
Although she didn’t say in her Tweet if anyone was hurt in the incident, Tori – who confirmed her pregnancy in April — did indicate she was headed straight to the doctor’s office.
“Going to dr now to check on baby. I think its just shock,” she wrote.
On Monday afternoon, a rep for the actress told Access Hollywood that Tori was “shaken up but OK and is seeing a doctor just to be safe and responsible.”
When contacted by Access, a spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department confirmed the accident happened around 10 AM on Monday. According to police, Tori struck a curb.
There was no complaint of injuries and no police action was warranted. There is no police report, the spokesperson noted.
Access caught up with Tori’s mother, Candy Spelling, at the Tony Awards on Sunday night in New York City, where Candy spoke about attending Stella’s third birthday party over the weekend in LA.
“Everybody was there. Denise Richards was there. All kinds of people were there,” Candy, who flew from LA to New York after the bash, told Access. “I had a great time.”
Candy also said she would soon be back in LA to join Tori, who was scheduled to go for an ultrasound appointment on Tuesday.
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