Tori Spelling, who became a pop culture figure in the '90s for her portrayal of Donna Martin on Beverly Hills, 90210, was hospitalized over the weekend due to complications from her recent childbirth, TV Guide reported.
Spelling, the wife of Dean McDermott, was hospitalized on Saturday due to complications from her C-section. She underwent emergency surgery. Her rep says that "She remains in the hospital and is resting comfortably."
Spelling delivered her fourth child, Finn, on August 30. The couple was not planning on having a child, but Spelling found out about it just five months after delivering their daughter, Hattie. They also have a five-year-old son named Liam and a four-year-old daughter named Stella.
Since leaving 90210, Spelling has not worked a lot in Hollywood. She appeared briefly in Scream 2 and Scary Movie 2, as well as appearances on Smallville, the 90210 reboot and My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.
She has written four books, the first of which, sTORI Telling, was a New York Times bestseller. Besides that book, she has written Mommywood about her experiences with her kids, UNCHARTED TERRITORI and her first picture book, Presenting Tallulah.
Best wishes to Tori and her family for a safe, speedy recovery.