Preachers' Daughters: Drunk Tori Vomits During Dad's Church Sermon
She may be of legal drinking age, but 21-year-old former police officer Tori Elliott still has trouble holding her liquor. In a sneak preview from the March 5 premiere of Lifetime's Preachers' Daughters, Tori, the daughter of Seventh Day Adventist preacher Kenny Elliott, attends her father's Saturday service nursing a wicked hangover -- causing quite a bit of concern among her conservative family.
"My name is Tori Elliott, and I'm an alcoholic," Tori, just home from a night out partying on Bourbon Street, tells Lifetime cameras on the premiere episode, which also follows the religious families of Megan Cassidy, Taylor Coleman and Kolby Koloff. "Just kidding!"
Dragging herself to church in the same outfit she wore out partying, Tori tries to keep her head up just long enough for her family to give her credit for attending the Sunday service. "My parents think I'm hungover in church, but to be honest, I'm still drunk!" she admits with a hint of pride.
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As the service goes on and her father begins an especially emotional sermon, Tori can't hold herself together any longer. "I'm about to throw up everywhere!" the wild child warns, making a scene in front of parishioners as she runs down the aisle to hurl in a more discreet location.
Though her family is horrified at her out of control behavior, Tori intends to continue her wild lifestyle. "Being a preacher's daughter is a challenge at times," she reasons, "but I just worry about me and God. As far as what other people think of me, I just don't give a f--k!"
Preachers' Daughters premieres its second season March 5 at 9 p.m. (EST) on Lifetime. For a special sneak peek of the first 15 minutes of the episode, watch the clip above!