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'True Tori': Dean McDermott admits sex with Tori Spelling wasn't fantastic

Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott nine months before affair news broke
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Last December when news broke about Dean McDermott cheating on Tori Spelling, fans were shocked. Emily Goodhand came forward and claimed to have had a sexual encounter with McDermott twice while he was in Toronto. The couple stayed quiet about it for quite some time, until McDermott checked into rehab. According to an April 22 report from New York Daily News, Dean McDermott admits his sex life with Tori Spelling wasn't fantastic. All of this is going to play out in front of cameras on Lifetime's “True Tori.”

Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott got married in 2006 and have children together. The couple has been through a lot in the nearly eight years of marriage. From having children back to back to several money issues, things have not been easy. McDermott admits the couple was having sex only once every few weeks and while Spelling thought their sex life was great, he wasn't satisfied.

“True Tori” will air tonight on the Lifetime network. It is going to follow the couple while they attempt to work on their marriage. Tori Spelling has been realistic in this process and has said that she is aware this may not have a happy ending. Dean McDermott is sticking to the fact this is a sex addiction. He said that Emily Goodhand wasn't even someone he was attracted to, she was just a warm body.

Fans are interested to see how this will all work out and wish the couple the best. Both Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott obviously want to their marriage to work because they are putting forth the effort for therapy and being pretty raw. Fans can expect a lot of personal details to be revealed on “True Tori.” The docu-series was put together quite quickly, but the couple has been a part of the whole process. Fans hope this is what the couple needs to rebuild and move past this horrible event.

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