Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott publicly admitted years ago that they were still married to other people when they had an affair during the filming of their 2006 TV-movie "Mind Over Matter." Spelling and McDermott eventually divorced their previous spouses and got married in 2006. And now, Us Weekly reported on Dec. 26, 2013, that Spelling and McDermott are involved in another cheating scandal. The tabloid has an exclusive interview with 28-year-old Emily Goodhand, who claims that she and McDermott had a two-night fling that began on Dec. 6, 2013, at the Fairmont Royal York Hotel in his native Toronto, where McDermott was promoting "Chopped Canada," a TV show that he hosts.
Goodhand said in her Us Weekly interview: "He told me he and Tori had a sexless marriage. I believed him."
According to Us Weekly: "Spelling, 40, and McDermott, 47, have four children together: Liam, 6, Stella, 5, Hattie, 2, and Finn, 16 months. (Reps for McDermott and Spelling had no comment.)"
McDermott has a 15-year-old son named Jack from his marriage to first wife Mary Jo Eustace. Eustace adopted a daughter named Lola in 2005, but several published reports say that McDermott is not legally responsible for Lola since his marriage to Eustace ended around the time that the adoption was completed.
Spelling's first husband was Charlie Shahnaian, whom she was married to from 2004 to 2006. The former spouses had no children together.
For several years after their marriage, McDermott and Spelling starred in reality shows on Oxygen about their family life. The couple also co-starred in the 2007 TV-movie "Housesitter" and the 2007 comedy film "Kiss the Bride." These movies and "Mind Over Murder" are available on DVD and on demand.
Jan. 23, 2014: Us Weekly has reported that after this cheating scandal, McDermott went into rehab for undisclosed reasons. McDermott released this statement to Us Weekly: "I am truly sorry for the mistakes I have made and for the pain I've caused my family. I take full responsibility for my actions and have voluntarily checked myself into a treatment center to address some health and personal issues. I am grateful to be getting the help I need so I can become the husband and father my family deserves."