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Tori Spelling Crashes Car After Being Chased by Paparazzi

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In a morbidly reminiscent accident this morning, Tori Spelling crashed her car while being chased by photographers, according to KTLA.Spelling, 38, was driving her kids to school when a paparazzi began chasing her. After the accident, the pap apparently got out and still tried to get the picture. She tweeted about the crash immediately after it happened, saying that she "took down whole wall of school," however Access Hollywood reports that she struck a curb.

After the crash, Spelling, who is pregnant, headed to the doctor.

Neither she nor her pregnant belly were hurt, though, and that's why I feel comfortable saying that it was an unfortunate miscalculation for her to add these two sentences to her tweet announcing the accident:

Wht will it take? Someone dying for paparazzi to stop?