There isn't a 'fabric' to space-time - it doesn't appear to be made out of anything that could be 'ripped'.

Space-time, as we know it Jim, breaks down within the Schwarzschild radius/Event Horizon, at least if we rely upon the Lorentz equations (which are pretty much just Pythagoras, with the hypotenuse representing 'c') because you end up trying to get the square root of a negative number for any value within the Rs/EH. Until a workable QM theory of gravity comes along, we're restricted to saying that we cannot describe what goes on within the EH of a BH, as far as relativistic maths is concerned.

Actually, you can use trig functions instead of Pythagoras (which are derived from Pythagoras anyway), which do away with SQRTs of negative numbers, but then you start getting negative time values (which is only to be expected) but in conjunction with positive speeds e.g. the orbital speed at the Rs/EH is less than 'c', so the implication is that the orbital radius where the positive orbital velocity = 'c' is in a negative time rate region, which is confusing to say the least.