Tori Spelling was photographed living at a campground in Ventura County, Calif., with her five children
A source shared that Spelling is “struggling monetarily.”
“The mold situation [at her house] is real, but it has been difficult for her to find a place to stay during it because her financial situation is not great,” the insider said.
Spelling is “doing her best to make things work and take care of her kids,” while viewing her trailer park stay “as a mini vacation rather than a living situation.”
The star and her kids — Liam, 16, Stella, 15, Hattie, 11, Finn, 10, and Beau, 6 — made headlines earlier this month for briefly staying at a budget motel.
Spelling defended the $100-a-night stay
“Are you a parent? You know you would do whatever you can for your kids, right?” she asked a paparazzo.
Tori revealed in May that her children were ill after they had been exposed to “extreme” mold in their rental home for months.
The following month, news broke that Spelling and her husband, Dean McDermott, had separated after 17 years of marriage.
While speaking about the split, Tori’s mom, Candy Spelling, told TMZ that she would “of course” bail out her daughter financially if needed.
“I will always be there for her,” the 77-year-old said. “I love my daughter, and I support her in whatever she does.”
Tori Spelling ‘struggling monetarily’ while living in RV on campground with kids. Tori Spelling ‘struggling monetarily’ while living in RV on campground with kids