Tori Spelling opens up to her children with enough bullying for life

Tori Spelling opens up to her children with enough bullying for life

Tori was spelling enough.

The mother and former Beverly Hills, 90210 stars are frequently posted on social media about her family. She and her husband Dean McDermott have five children together, as well as his son from his first marriage.

These posts are often foddered for the dark, who spell everything by letting her daughters dye their hair with children’s clothing and weight.
But on Saturday, Spelling replied long after on Instagram with detail about the thug that her children encountered her at school, saying “They’ve gone through bullying to the point that I can no longer share it”.
She started her work with 11-year-old Stella, who says she “endured enough bullying for life”.

My two 1st born… they have been thru so much bullying I can no longer not share and express ourselves – Stella is 11. She was 1 in this pic. Innocent little being that only knew unconditional love, honesty, exploration, & kindness. Her beautiful heart, full of hope. Between her last year at her elementary school or the 1st year at her middle school this human has endured enough bullying for a lifetime. Her old school in Encino, we were told she is acting like “ Patient zero” and “she’s playing the victim” & “ we are talking to the parents of that said bully” and “he is trying to change”. He never did! Never any consequences for his actions towards my daughter and other kids. This child’s parents are on the board of the school. They give a lot of money to this school. Financially, we aren’t able too. So, they won. We then moved kiddos to another school. One, that professed feelings and kindness as a priority. This time, my daughter was bullied so bad ( including comments about her weight and sexual things he said that my daughter didn’t even know about.). This school did the right thing and expelled the boy but the damage had been done. She now associates her education with boys that have been so horrific to her. She wanted to empower others girls and be a business leader. She now has panic attacks and doesn’t want to return to school. This girl, 2 years ago told me she wanted to be President or work to empower women daily. – Liam, my 1st born, is a fiesty funny guy. 2 thumbs up in this pic at 2 years old. He graduated last year from Encino but not without the principal telling us he was “ unmotivated “ & lazy. Poor guy thought from way he was treated by her that he was “stupid”. Beyond not the case. He is a hilarious, smart, outgoing, and a creative kind guy! Then, he started his new middle school. Same school as Stella. He was bullied to the point that he developed severe emotional based headaches and stomach aches. This school ( who did help with Stella’s situation) did not help with Liams. He continued to be bullied so bad we had to leave. Was hesitant to post this bc as celebs we are sometimes judged for having problems others have 😢#worriedmomma

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In her old school, Hajjah says that officials told her that Stella “plays the role of the victim” and that the parents of the wealthy asserted that “there have never been any consequences for his actions.”
When they moved Stella to a new school, a bully said, “Comments about her weight and the sexual things he said my daughter didn’t know about.” This time, the school acted, but “the damage was done.”Sibling says that “Stella” is now linking her education with the boys who were appalling of her. She wanted to empower other girls and be business leaders. She now has panic attacks and does not want to return to school. “

She says that Liam’s manager told her that her son was “unpaid and lazy.” The new school that stood in favor of Stella did not help Liam, says Spelling: “He was so intimidated that he suffered from severe emotional headaches and stomach pain … he continued to be intimidated to the point that we had to leave.”The actress concluded her position by saying that she was “reluctant to publish this book BC because we sometimes judge other problems.”
Spelling’s comment section has been flooded with the support of fans and stories from others who have been bullied, or that their children have had to overcome.
“It doesn’t matter if you are a famous person or don’t sound good,” distonhobson user commented on Instagram.
The user added wyciskala, “Every child deserves to feel safe in school.”