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Tori Spelling is opening up about the bullying.
In an Instagram post on Saturday, the “Beverly Hills, 90210” star writes about the bullying that their children Liam and Stella are confronted with.
In the heritage image, Liam, 12, and Stella, 11 of which can be seen as the pre-schoolers in the age group of 2 and 1, respectively.
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“My 1st was born… she’s been through so much teasing, I could no longer share, and express ourselves,” the Spelling, the 46, but it was a long post.
“Stella is an 11. She was 1 in this picture. The innocent little creature that only knew of the unconditional love, honesty, exploration, & friendly service. Her beautiful heart, full of hope,” wrote the actress. Between her last year at her elementary school or in 1st year in secondary school, this man has suffered enough bullying for one lifetime.”
According to the Spell, “Stella” was, he told them to act as ‘Patient zero’, and ‘playing the victim’ and that the school talked to the bully who is trying to change that, but he didn’t do it.”
“Never been any consequences for his actions toward my daughter and the other children,” said One. “These parents in the governance of the school. They will give you a lot of money to the school. Financially we are not well. So, they would have won.”
Spellings said that the child was in a different school, which is to put the emphasis on the friendliness of the service.
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The bullying stopped, Grammar, said including the comments about Stella’s weight and the sexual things that my daughter may not even know about it.”
“This school has been driven out, the little boy, but the damage had been done,” she continued. “She combines her training with guys who were so horrible to her. She wanted to be a history of some of the girls, and a business manager. She now has a panic attack and does not want to go back to school. This little girl, about 2 years ago, told me that she wanted to be President, or work on the empowerment of women on a daily basis.”
Stella, it is not, check the Spelling of any child faced with a bully, however.
“Liam, my 1st born, who is a feisty, funny guy. 2 thumbs up in this pic is 2 years old. He was a student last year, from Encino, but it will not, without the client telling us that he had been ‘helpful’ & ” lazy,” wrote One. “The poor boy thought that that was the way he was being treated by her, and that he was ‘stupid.’ Then it is not the case at all.”
Spellings noted that Liam was “in a hilarious, smart, outgoing, and have a creative kind of guy.”
“Then, he started his new high school. The same school, as well as Stella. He was bullied to the point that he developed a serious, emotional-based, a headache and a stomach ache,” she told him. “In this school, who are able to help with Stella’s situation, not to help with Liam’s. He continued to get picked on, so we had to leave. Was hesitant to post this bc if today we are sometimes judged for the lives of others.”
She ended the post with “#worriedmomma.”
Spelling was recently in the headlines for criticizing the Academy Awards for leaving her father, Aaron, and her “90210” co-star Luke Perry in the “In Memoriam” segment of the academy awards broadcast in the same year that she died.
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“Now, one of the most creative and talented people I’ve ever known, loved, and lost, is not mentioned in the #oscars ‘in memoriam’,” she wrote on Twitter. “First of all, my Dad, Aaron Spelling, which was adopted in 2006, and it was going to be my friend, Luke Perry, which is to be transferred by 2019.”