The marriage between Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott was rocked late last year when allegations of him cheating were brought to light. After weeks of rumors and no comment from the couple, McDermott went to rehab. Now Spelling and McDermott are allowing their marital problems to be aired to the world with the new Lifetime docu-series “True Tori.” According to an April 11 report from Hollywood Life, the newly released promo for the show reveals Dean McDermott admitting that he cheated on Tori Spelling. This is the first actual admittance from McDermott since the news broke last year.
“True Tori” was picked up by the Lifetime network for 12 episodes, each an hour long. The filming began earlier this month and includes some very raw footage of the couple working through Dean McDermott's sex addiction. Both Tori Spelling and McDermott are said to be being completely open throughout the process of filming. After months of hearing about McDermott's infidelity, it will be interesting to see how he handles himself when trying to salvage what is left with Spelling.
When talking about the affair and the aftermath it caused for their family, Tori Spelling broke down. According to People, Spelling believes that she will never be able to give Dean McDermott enough sex to satisfy him. McDermott used sex like drugs are commonly used. It is an addiction and it won't just disappear. No one knows what the outcome will be for this couple after they attend counseling and deal with all of the issues, but fans hope they are able to save their marriage for their children.
On top of “True Tori,” Tori Spelling has also been working on a new ABC Family show called “Mystery Girls” with her friend Jennie Garth. The show is set to air on the network sometime this summer. Fans can watch the doc-series “True Tori” beginning April 22 on the Lifetime network.