Tori Spelling's Home Life is a Real Nightmare

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Last week,US Weekly published a story revealing that Dean McDermott cheated on wife Tori Spelling while filming for his Chopped hosting stint in Canada.The mistress,Emily Goodhand, claimed that McDermott told her about his sexless marriage one night.After  talking and flirting,the pair decided to head up to his hotel to end their night.

More details have recently been released on how Spelling is really taking this news. According to Radar Online, Spelling completely believes  McDermott cheated on her earlier this month.Radar's source claims that Spelling is remaining silent about it on social media to protect her public persona.

“Tori is obsessed with having a picture perfect family, and thinks it’s a big part of her image. Commenting or addressing the cheating would taint that image.Things are very tense in the house right now,and Tori is making Dean’s life hell",said source.

The source further goes on to claim that Spelling is trying to keep the couple's problems from their children.But Spelling screams and cries so much that it's hard to ignore. Spelling even went as far as to  tell McDermott that he ruined everything, including Christmas.

Radar's source further revealed that the environment has really become unhealthy.McDermott offered to move out,but Spelling wouldn't allow it. The source finally said that Spelling always worried that McDermott would cheat.

"She has never completely trusted him and has always kept very close tabs on Dean. But despite all that, Dean still cheated.”

Radar Online previously reported that McDermott cheated because he was constantly wanting sex from Spelling. Spelling complained to her friends about this just months prior to the cheating scandal reveal.

Before Spelling and McDermott married,they cheated on their previous spouses with one another.Therefore,some may say that it's really not a shock McDermott cheated on Spelling considering his cheating pattern.

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