Poor Tori Spelling. She's trying so hard to keep her marriage together by filming a new reality show, True Tori, around her marriage problems -- but apparently this may have backfired. Dean McDermott, who cheated on her with some chick he met in Toronto, is apparently fed up with being fed to the wolves on TV and is ready to divorce Tori. And if this is true, I called it awhile ago.
A source (Dean?!) told RadarOnline:
Dean has finally had enough and he is tired of Tori playing the victim. Yes, Dean cheated on her, but Tori definitely played a role in where their marriage was when that happened. For months, Tori has railed on Dean and he has taken it. However, Dean has had it. Now he is threatening her with divorce.
First off, that sounds like Dean trying to pass the buck. No matter how bad your marriage is, cheating is not a solution. Plus, at least according to the show's promos, it sounds like the only problem was that Dean wasn't getting sex more than once every couple of weeks. Which, with four kids, is nothing to snivel about! Certainly not enough to justify running off and cheating with the first woman you run into.
The source continues:
There was a time when Dean would have done whatever Tori wanted, but this has gone too far. Publicly shaming Dean is one thing, but their four children are going to be able to watch the show when they are older and that really distresses him.
Err, a little late to worry about that now, Dean. You already filmed the damn show! The time to put your foot down would have been before letting the cameras into your marriage counseling sessions. I wonder if the two discuss how they got together? I wonder if Tori admits that now she knows how Dean's first wife and Tori's first husband felt?
I hate to say I feel bad for Dean, but I do feel a little bad for him being dragged in front of the cameras like this. On the other hand, it's very passive aggressive of him to agree with it and then threaten divorce after he decides he doesn't like it. Now who's playing victim?
Speaking of the show, it premieres tonight at 10 p.m. ET on Lifetime, so I hope Dean doesn't file divorce papers before it comes on!
Do you think these two should just divorce? Do you admire Tori for trying to work it out?
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