Tori Spelling has given her first post-cheating scandal interview and it's as heartbreaking as you would expect. Oddly, Tori is using the cheating scandal as the basis for a new show, True Tori, which starts April 22 on Lifetime. So naturally she's doing publicity for the show. Which means more talking about the cheating ... which I think is safe to say now officially happened. I mean, in some ways, you've got to hand it to Tori. Few celebs come right out and admit this kind of thing. Tori had the typically devastating things to say about her marriage that any cheated-on spouse would say.
Tori told US Weekly:
He's my soul mate, but he completely broke my heart. It makes you not trust anything that's happened in your relationship.
Being cheated on does make you reconsider your entire relationship. What was real? What was fiction? What else is he/she lying about? Does he/she love me? Is it all just a ruse? Tori might even be wondering if Dean married her for her money (she hadn't been disinherited yet when she and Dean first got together) or her fame.
But Dean cheated on his wife with Tori. Did she think that he would miraculously change who he is for her? Cheating isn't so much a side effect of a bad marriage -- but someone who deals with the vagaries of life and relationships in a very bad way. Chances are, a cheater is going to take those habits into the next relationship.
Tori goes into detail about how she confronted Dean about what she terms the "affair" -- and you can see how devastated she still is.
Sources are saying that Tori made Dean do the show as a way to get back at him. That's not really healthy. But understandable.
You have to wonder where this marriage is going. The headline of the article is "I'll Never Trust Dean." Well, without trust, you've got nothing.
As for Dean, he must love her if he's willing to get on TV and basically be demonized. I mean, no one could want to be famous THAT badly. Could they?
Have you ever had someone break your heart like this?
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