Tori Spelling Says She And Her Ex-Husband Ate Her Placenta

Tori Spelling says she can’t remember where she left some of her placentas.

The “Beverly Hills, 90210” alum admitted as much on Friday’s episode of “misSPELLING,” when a podcast listener’s email inquired about “the last thing anybody would think” she has in her refrigerator. Spelling eagerly pivoted to the contents of her freezer instead.

“That’d be my placenta,” she revealed.

“Unsure which child, there’s two in there,” Spelling continued. “So unless I have the biggest placenta in the world, there’s two vats in there. And this is normal! Y’know, ’cause there’s all that fancy stuff — they say it’s good luck to eat it, or it’s good luck to bury it.”

The actor, who shares five children with ex-husband Dean McDermott, added it’s supposed to be good” to put the placenta — a temporary organ that forms in the uterus during pregnancy and connects to the fetus through the umbilical cord — “back in your body.”

(Health experts have yet to find any evidence of the benefits and say it may pose risks.)

When her co-host and longtime manager Ruthanne Secunda noted that it’s “probably not” good to keep afterbirths in her freezer for too long. Spelling said she couldn’t even remember which of them she had at home — as some were forgotten at old apartments.

“We move a lot, so unfortunately a couple got lost,” she explained through audible laughter. “Imagine that? You guys, they got lost or left at some rental. Someone, like, opens up a freezer and sees ‘Tori Spelling[‘s] placenta.’ Wow, that’d be interesting to put on eBay.”

“You’d have to dry-ice it, though, to ship,” Spelling continued. “Shipping might be wild.”

Spelling noted that her ex-husband Dean McDermott (right)
Spelling noted that her ex-husband Dean McDermott (right) "is an amazing chef." Michael Kovac via Getty Images

The subject reached its apex when Spelling said she and her ex-husband, a onetime host of the cooking show “Chopped Canada,” cooked the placenta and ate it.

Spelling said she gave the placenta from her 2017 pregnancy with son Beau to her best friend, who kindly took it home from the hospital for her. Spelling has yet to retrieve it.

“I feel like she has asked me a few times over the last seven years to take that back and I say, ‘Yep, next time I’m there!’” Spelling added Friday. “And then I don’t. I don’t take it back. I’m going to. I’m going to one day.”