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- “You know the angels look out when you’re in the wrong place at the wrong time, and you, the children, and others are not harmed after that,” Spelling, 47, tweeted
- “Everything is safe and we thank the hotel staff. #Grateful,”wrote Spelling, adding a two-handed heart emoji
Tori Spelling feels "grateful" for the safety of her family after they witness a machine gun fire.
The star of the teen series Beverly Hills 90210 tweeted the horrific incident on Thursday morning. She assured her subscriber that she and her five children remained safe despite being "in the wrong place at the wrong time."
“You know the angels look out when you’re in the wrong place at the wrong time, and you, the children, and others are not harmed after that,” Spelling, 47, tweeted
“I never thought in my life that I would see a man with a machine gun and then start shooting,” she continued.
Spelling did not disclose the exact location of the shooting, but indicated that she and her children were at the hotel.
“Everything is safe and we thank the hotel staff. #Grateful,”wrote Spelling, adding a two-handed heart emoji
WSB-TV 2 reports that dozens of officers have arrived on reports of an apparently drunk man who has repeatedly shot at a hotel in downtown Atlanta, although it is unclear where Spelling was at the time. The publication reports that the man is already in jail, and no one was hurt.
Spelling is the mother of daughters Stella, 12, and Hattie, 8, and sons Liam, 13, Finn, 8, and Bo, 3, by husband Dean McDermott.
In May, the actress celebrated her 47th birthday with her five “kids” and remembered all the “amazing birthdays” she had celebrated over the years.
To commemorate the occasion, Spelling posted a carousel of photos on Instagram, sharing a series of flashbacks from past birthdays and saying how “grateful” she was for her children.
“When it's less than a minute before my birthday is over, I remember that wonderful day I had with my family, and just some of the wonderful days before that that I have celebrated over the years,” Spelling wrote.
“I love all the people who have been on the way with me so far. It was an incredibly inspiring and amazing trip,”she continued. “From my 18th party in the last photo and my birthday today with my kids. I can't wait for many more adventures with those I love. And, my children. I am so grateful for all of you. Thanks for all the gifts and birthday greetings today. Thank you. Xoxo #birthday."
In August, Spelling and her children took a few days off the Southern California coast to Santa Barbara, where they stayed at a hotel and spent time on the beach together during the coronavirus pandemic.
“Okay, that was the best photo we could get …” she captioned her Instagram photo with her children. “Who might be interested in trying to take a family photo, but you can't find one where everyone is looking at the camera? But this is us. The present. At the moment. Social distancing. And, grateful for the opportunity to spend a couple of days with @ritzcarltonbacarasb. A truly magical experience. And everything is super safe and hygienic,”Spelling said.