Tori Spelling Looking Well After Burn Accident; ‘True Tori’ Star Brings Kids To Support Brother’s Book Launch But Husband Dean McDermott Was Absent


Tori Spelling Looking Well After Burn Accident; 'True Tori' Star Brings Kids To Support Brother's Book Launch But Husband Dean McDermott Was Absent
Tori Spelling Looking Well After Burn Accident; 'True Tori' Star Brings Kids To Support Brother's Book Launch But Husband Dean McDermott Was Absent

Tori Spelling took her kids to support the book launch of little brother, Randy, in Los Angeles on Sunday.

Husband Dean McDermott , however, was noticeably absent at the event.

The “True Tori” star was hospitalized about two weeks ago after suffering burns in Benihana restaurant.

Randy Spelling, a life coach, launched his new book, “Unlimiting You: Step Out Of Your Past And Into Your Purpose.” “The 41-year-old brought along her children – Liam, eight, Stella, six, Hattie, three, and two-year-old Finn – to celebrate with their uncle.

And Tori and Randy’s mother Candy, 69, joined the fun, too,” Daily Mail  reported.

Daily Mail also noted that the event was the first time that Tori Spelling was seen publicly after burning her hand in Benihana restaurant two weeks ago.

In earlier reports, Tori Spelling and husband Dean McDermott were eating at the Benihana restaurant in Encino California for an Easter brunch.

When the “True Tori” star was getting up to leave she tripped and fell backwards toward a hot grill.

As a result, she sustained burns on the inside of her arm.

Husband Dean McDermott told NY Daily News  that Tori Spelling’s accident was “unfortunate.” “She had a little burn.

She had to get skin grafts,” he said.

Tori Selling and Dean McDermott seemed to have moved on from the cheating rumors which threatened their marriage.

Dean McDermott  talked about the cheating scandal and how they managed to move forward with their marriage.

“Amazing, absolutely amazing,” he said.

“They are better now than before all of this happened.

When something bad or tragic happens, people say ‘what’s the message?’ or ‘what’s the good in it?'” He added, “And the good in all of that is that it really got the two of us on track as a couple and really got our communication skills working and it got me sober and in recovery and it changed our lives and together we’re stronger because of it and more in love.”

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