Tori Spelling pees in plant pots

Tori Spelling pees in plant pots

Tori Spelling urinates under tables and in potted plants when she's drunk - as you do.

The former '90210' star has a "crazy" alter-ego named 'Terri', who likes to come out when she's hit the booze too hard and encourages her to pee in public places.

Appearing on Khloé Kardashian's new show 'Kocktails With Khloé, the blonde beauty made the shock revelation, telling the host: "When Terri comes to visit she is cray-cray and one of her things is she likes to pee and she pees anywhere. She'll p**s under the table, everyone raise your legs, she will pee in a plant."

But the outrageous revelations didn't stop there, as Tori went on to state she'd much rather drop her knickers and let loose in a cocktail glass on television than stop an "amazing" conversation half way through to nip off to the bathroom.

She told a stunned Khloé: "If we were having the most amazing conversation, I would literally drink this glass and rather sit here and p**s in it so we can continue our conversation than get up and leave you."

However, 42-year-old Tori - who has four children, Finn, three, Hattie, four, Stella, seven, and Liam, eight, with her husband Dean McDermott - has admitted her trashy alter-ego tends not to make an appearance so much now she's a mother.

She explained: "She doesn't come out that often now that I'm a mother. But there's Terri. Terri is super-fun."

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