Tori Spelling has had problems these past few years.
In fact, she's had just about every kind of problem you can think of -- and she appears to be hell-bent on making all of them worse.
Tori has gone bankrupt and she seems intent on spending her way into an even deeper hole.
Tori has nearly divorced Dean McDermott but has opted instead to tough it out, despite allegations of infidelity, pyramid schemes, and generally being a colossal d-bag.
At one point, Tori even fell down at a Benihana and burned her hand on a grill.
Like we said, think of a problem that's not "not being born to a life of unimaginable privilege" and Tori has experienced it.
So perhaps it should come as no surprise that the mother of five appears to be hitting the bottle a bit these days.
Or so her fans think.
According to Radar Online, Tori uploaded an Instagram story over the weekend in which she appeared to be heavily intoxicated -- in the presence of her kids.
It seems Spelling was hanging out at the home of her friend, Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles star Josh Flagg, when she posted the slurry video to her page
“Josh has chosen to watch one of my movies, Troop Beverly Hills, so I’m going to walk in the kitchen and see what’s up!” she told the camera at one point.
“Are you really doing a fridge tour?” Tori's confused 11-year-old son Liam asked.
And it seems the former reality star's followers were just as perplexed by her behavior.
“Are you drunk?” asked one commenter.
“Yo, you been drinking girl?” another remarked.
“Are you hammered?” a third commented.
Tori didn't reply, but a second Instagram clip may have answered those questions.
In the video, Tori could be seen screaming while rolling around with her kids on Flagg's bed.
The stories were quickly deleted, but it seems fans have yet to forget Tori's tipsy upload.
She posted a new story today, and many of the comments had to do with her boozy weekend.
"Not drunk today?" a fan commented on Tori's latest IG story.
That's the internet in 2018 for you.
You can delete whatever you want, but that doesn't mean it's forgotten.