Tori Spelling was hospitalized for possible pneumonia Credit: Craig Sjodin/ABC Family via Getty Images

Tori Spelling can't catch a break! The reality star was rushed to the Cedars-Sinai Hospital on Saturday, Oct. 18, after having a severe cough attack, a source tells Us Weekly

 

Over the weekend, the True Tori star started coughing so intensely that she nearly passed out and had to be hospitalized. She was eventually admitted for severe bronchitis and possible pneumonia. Spelling, 41, who was filming for her Lifetime reality show at the time, is still being treated at the hospital and is expected to stay through the week. At her side was husband Dean McDermott, with whom she recently reconciled following his talked-about affair.

Due to her illness, Spelling had to cancel a promotional appearance for upcoming season two of True Tori, which premieres on Tuesday, Oct. 21, on Lifetime at 9 p.m.

TMZ first reported that the Beverly Hills, 90210 alum was being quarantined like an Ebola patient, and upon arrival at the hospital, was initially kept from other patients while the medical staff took precautions treating her. The site confirms, however, that Spelling does not have the feared virus.