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Tori Spelling to tell the truth about her marriage in new reality series

Tori Spelling will finally break her silence regarding husband Dean McDermott’s alleged cheating scandal, and she‘ll do it in front of the cameras. On March 31, ET Online reported that the actress and mom of four will set the record straight about her marital “crisis” in an upcoming docu-series titled “True Tori.”

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - MARCH 11: Actress Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott attend John Varvatos 9th Annual Stuart House Benefit presented by Chrysler held at John Varvatos Los Angeles on March 11, 2012 in West Hollywood, California.
Photo by Michael Kovac/Getty Images for John Varvatos

According to a press release from the Lifetime network, the series is described as "a unique television event," and it will document the couple’s lives "in almost real-time as they navigate the unknown road ahead, beginning when Dean leaves treatment."

Also from the press release: " Intimate, raw, emotional and completely real, Tori will tell her story for the first time as it should be told -- by her. Since viewers will be seeing events almost immediately after they occur, nobody knows how the drama will unfold -- not Tori, not Dean -- and only time will tell if Tori and Dean's marriage survives."

In December, Us Weekly reported that McDermott had a fling with a 28-year old Canadian woman, Emily Goodhand, while he was working in Canada. It was later reported that the actor went to rehab to deal with his personal issues.

It was a year ago that Spelling took to her blog after a Star magazine cover story reported that she and McDermott were divorcing. At the time she condemned the tabloid for the false story and defended her husband and her marriage.

“True Tori” will premiere Tuesday, April 22 at 10 p.m. ET on Lifetime.