Tori Spelling is currently refusing to have vital spinal surgery due to family problems. We have been following Spelling and Dean McDermott on "True Tori" as they work through marital issues.
"Tori has two disintegrated discs in her neck that have been causing her extreme pain," an insider told The Daily Mail.
Her spinal issues contributed to the star's eight day hospital stint last month.
"The pain is so bad she has to take pain medication," the source adds. "But the longer she takes it, the more meds she has to consume in order to ease the pain. It's a vicious circle."
Spelling has been going through a hard time lately, and wants to focus on family and work.
"Tori and Dean have been working hard on trying to put their marriage back on track after he admitted to cheating," the insider explains. "She is still very much in love with her husband and is willing to do anything she can to put the pieces back together."
"She is afraid that if she spends a week in the hospital, leaving him home alone with the four kids, he won't be able to handle it."
A trailer released for next week's "True Tori" shows McDermott threatening to leave. His "Chopped Canada" show was renewed for another season, so he would have to head back to Canada to host.
"This is like a relationship ender. I don't know how he can even think about going right now."
Spelling also knows her new projects are vital to the family's financial situation.
"Tori feels a lot of pressure to bring money in right now," the source told the site. "She and Dean have been struggling and she knows how important it is for her to keep doing her True Tori reality series, and the new Mystery Girls sit - com she and her old friend Jennie Garth are doing for ABC's Family Chanel."
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