Tori Spelling apparently fell on a hibachi grill recently and suffered a serious burn.

During an Easter Sunday brunch on April 5 at a Japanese restaurant in Encino, CA, with her family, Spelling accidentally tripped and fell backwards onto a piping hot grill, the New York Daily News reported.

Spelling was taken to West Hills Hospital following the incident yet reportedly put on a brave face for her four young children -- Liam, 8, Stella, 6, Hattie, 3, and Finn, 2.

"She had to get skin grafts," Spelling's husband Dean McDermott told the Daily News.

McDermott said, "I don't know," when asked whether they plan to press charges against the hibachi restaurant.

"It was an unfortunate accident. She had a little burn," McDermott noted, adding however, that they "turned it around and had a lovely Easter."

The second season of Spelling and McDermott's reality series True Tori wrapped in December of last year on Lifetime.

The show chronicled how the couple had attempted to put the pieces of their marriage back together after McDermott allegedly had an affair with another woman and entered rehab shortly afterwards to seek treatment for a variety of issues.