Tori Spelling And Her Kids Are Living In RV After Moving Out Of Cheap Motel

Black mould infestation forced Tori Spelling and her five children to move into an RV following a brief stay in a cheap motel. 

The actress recently relocated her children Liam, 16, Stella, 15, Hattie, 11, Finn, 10, and Beau, 6, into a mobile home on a caravan park in Ventura County, California.

The family can be seen relaxing outside in a circle of lawn chairs as they take in the Pacific Ocean sunset, in images acquired by the Daily Mail.

A California Parks Deputy approached her kids when they appeared to have gotten too near to the cliffside, shortly after the actress entered the van to begin cooking dinner for them.

The children appeared to be in good spirits despite the circumstances as they could be seen playing together on the campsite. 

At one point throughout the evening, Spelling even walked with her children down to the ocean along a rocky trail.

Dean McDermott, her estranged husband, who announced their divorce in June after 17 years of marriage, was conspicuously absent from the camping vacation.

Over the last few weeks, Spelling has been looking for a place to reside after packing up and leaving their rental property due to an “extreme” mould infestation.

She first moved her family to a $100 per night hotel in the Los Angeles region last month, however, after just a few days, she and the children left the hotel to stay with a friend.

While it is unknown when Spelling and her children will be able to return to their house, the actress initially addressed the situation in May, claiming that the mould left both her and her children “so sick.”

She stated at the time,  “Our troubles are next-level with our MOLD problem and the house that’s been slowly killing us for 3 years.” 

Despite the challenging situation, Tori’s devotion to her children’s welfare is evident in her efforts to support them and find a good living situation. They are still relying on the help and compassion of others as they continue to deal with this difficult circumstance in order to get through the challenge ahead.

We’re wishing her all the best.

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