Tori Spelling stepped out looking slimmed down and somber amid her financial and relationship struggles.
The “Beverly Hills, 90210” star was photographed Tuesday leaving a nail salon in Santa Monica, Calif.
For the pampering session, the mother of five kept things casual with a dark camisole beneath a white, long-sleeved lace top, which she paired with low-rise black velvet sweatpants that showed off her taut tummy.
The actress, who had her long tresses styled down in bouncy waves, appeared tinier than usual.
She completed her look with oversized sunglasses and exited the establishment via the back entrance.
Though Spelling, 50, has been getting to know new love interest Ryan Cramer, the majority of her personal life has been in shambles as of late.
Just last week, the Blast reported that the State of California Franchise Tax Board had filed several tax liens against her Calabasas home because she purportedly owes almost $100,000 in unpaid taxes.
The outlet noted that interest and fees will continue to accrue until the liens are fully paid off.
Earlier this year, Spelling and the children she shares with estranged husband Dean McDermott spent weeks living in a $100-a-night motel after learning that their house at the time was infested with “extreme” mold.
After that, the actress and her brood stayed in an RV for a period of time.
Then last month, she was snapped touring open houses shortly after moving out of a different rental property.
Meanwhile, McDermott — who announced the pair’s split in June and has since moved on with a woman named Lily Calo — recently divulged the details of what led to the demise of his 17-year marriage.
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Prior to spending the summer in rehab, McDermott told the Daily Mail that he would drink a fifth of tequila every night of the week and take a “handful of narcos [prescription meds]” by himself while his estranged wife and their kids were “petrified” in other rooms.
“Alcohol made me feel good enough. I started feeling good enough until it got to a point where it didn’t — it ended up in isolation,” he shared, adding that his final fight with Spelling led to both his since-deleted breakup post and a suicide attempt.
“That’s what it led to and that’s what led to the brokenness and to what happened between me and Tori,” he said. “I couldn’t do it anymore. I couldn’t live that life anymore. I was tired of the anger and the yelling.”
The former “Chopped Canada” host, 57, credited his longtime spouse with “helping” him get to treatment and said he’d spend “the rest of [his] life making amends.”
He revealed he has not seen his family since the spring but claimed he and Spelling had recently begun communicating via text.
“All Tori’s ever done to this day is want me to be happy and healthy, and I inflicted a lot of damage and pain on that woman,” he lamented.
A source told “Entertainment Tonight” that the “True Tori” alum was “a little hurt and upset by Dean’s recent tell-all type of interview,” explaining that although she “recognizes that Dean spoke about her in a relatively positive light,” she “feels protective over her children.”
The former couple share son Liam, 16, daughter Stella, 15, daughter Hattie, 12, son Finn, 11, and son Beau, 6, while McDermott co-parents son Jack, 25, with his first wife, Mary Jo Eustace.