The reality TV star was first thought to be suffering with a severe case of bronchitis, but doctors now believe she may have contracted the highly contagious Enterovirus.
Tori Spelling has spent the last couple of days in the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles after she came down with a fever, a nagging cough and breathing troubles, and as a precaution doctors decided to quarantine her.
Spelling is currently quarantined in Los Angeles' Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
These safety measures may be due to the ongoing panic of an Ebola outbreak in the U.S., however, TMZ reported earlier that she was just suffering with a severe case of bronchitis and a sinus infection.
But it is now believed that the reality TV star may have contracted the highly contagious Enterovirus, according to the MailOnline.
"Tori was not only admitted to the hospital, she was put under quarantine and neither Dean nor the children are allowed anywhere near her for fear she may have contracted the contagious non-polio Enterovirus,'" a source told the publication. "She's had a cough and low grade fever for more than a week now, but refused to see a doctor. She's been filming her show, and she and Dean [McDermott] worked hard on a birthday bash last weekend for their daughter Hattie, so Tori wasn't about to call off the party because she didn't feel well."
"Tori has been feeling sick for at least a week," added the source. "She was coughing and complained of being short - winded. She had a fever, but when it skyrocketed past 101 this weekend, Dean insisted she go to the Emergency Room where doctors quickly admitted her."
There is currently an outbreak of the respiratory illness in 46 U.S. states, with more than 800 confirmed diagnosis's and at least 7 deaths, doctors had "Tori quarantined and are not letting anyone see her, especially her four children, who would be highly susceptible to the virus."
The hospital's medical staff are currently waiting for test results to know for sure if she is carrying the nasty virus or not.