Tori Spelling revealed during an interview with Us Weekly that hubby Dean McDermott broke her heart by cheating on her with another woman. The news about McDermott’s dalliances with 28-year-old Emily Goodhand broke in December, and Tori and Dean’s marriage has been on thin ice ever since.
“He was my soulmate, but he completely broke my heart,” the Beverly Hills, 90210 alum said of McDermott.
The couple has four children together. Liam is 7, Stella is 5, Hattie is 2, and baby Finn is just 20 months old. The fact that Tori is a devoted mother and was at home with their four children while he played around no doubt adds some pretty serious insult to injury. Add to that the fact that Tori nearly died following Finn’s birth, and just the term “cheating husband” takes on a whole new heinous form.
Tori and Dean have gone to marriage counseling. She teased fans with this particular tidbit during a promo for her upcoming Lifetime docu-series. Called True Tori, it premieres on April 22nd.
— Lifetime (@lifetimetv) April 16, 2014
The issue of Us Weekly in which Tori Spelling’s complete interview is featured reportedly delves into the moment she learned about Dean McDermott’s affair, as well as her confrontation of him. It also explains why she didn’t kick him out of the house when learning about his infidelity.
“I feel so judged, but it’s not black and white,” she says in the interview.
Tori also claims she is “protecting her children” but fans will apparently have to buy the magazine when it hits news stands on Friday in order to find out from what or whom she is protecting them.
One big question comes to mind when observing Tori Spelling’s struggles from a distance, however. Living in the limelight isn’t always the best way to work on private issues like serious marital problems. Should Tori perhaps not be sharing her woes on a new TV show? It seems a bit exploitive–don’t you think?
How do you think this will all turn out? Will Tori and Dean get divorced? Will they work things out and live happily ever after? Will this all wind up on reality TV?
And then there’s the most important question of all. Does anyone really care?
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