Tori Spelling Spotted Out With Jennie Garth Amid Dean McDermott Scandal

Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth were spotted out to lunch together on Wednesday in Studio City. The former Beverly Hills 90210 co-stars spent a few hours noshing and presumably chatting at Kiwami Sushi. The two were apparently in “somber spirits.”

It’s not much a mystery as to why the long-time friends weren’t in better moods -- Tori’s husband Dean McDermott was recently accused of serial cheating and he checked himself in rehab last month.

Meanwhile a source has said that Tori is doing OK, despite the circumstances. "Tori is doing well," a source said to E! News. "She's focusing on the kids and her new TV show, which are keeping her busy."

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The TV show is a new ABC Family comedy called Mystery Girls, which reunites her with Garth, and revolves around “two former detective actresses who are brought back together by a real-life crime mystery.” Sounds very … ABC Family. That is to say, cute. Probably just what Tori needs right now.

And I think it’s great that she’s working with such a close friend and confidant. When your marriage is in trouble to the extent that Tori’s and Dean’s is, you need all the love and support you can get.

Do you lean on close friends when you’re going through a rough patch of life?


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Baile... Bailey8307

This article seems silly.. What's she supposed to do, hide in her house? She looks great though!

poshkat poshkat

Is she not allowed to enjoy her life anymore?

mamma... mammajigglypuff

OMG! Best friends went to lunch together, what a scandal! They should be sequestered at home with the kids, until the oldest is 18 or out of college.

What F'd up article.

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