Tori Spelling and husband Dean McDermott have been having some drama… and by “drama”, I mean he’s a cheating asshole who’s left her to take care of their tribe of kids while he goes off fucking other women. Why is that? Well, Tori knows just the reason: she just can’t give him enough sex – an issue they talk about on national television, of course.
Here’s People‘s rundown:
Tori Spelling and her estranged husband Dean McDermott are revealing the heartache and pain involved with dealing with his alleged infidelity and rehab in Lifetime’s new six-episode docudrama, True Tori.
“That’s my worst nightmare [that] I cheated on my wife,” McDermott, 47, says as the two are sitting on what appears to be a counselor’s couch. “I was out of control. Sex was an escape, just like drugs or alcohol.”
In a promo for the show, Spelling, 40, is seen walking with the couple’s children and also sobbing on the couch.
“I’m really mad,” she says. “I can never give him enough sex. He’s never going to be happy with just me.”
McDermott appears confused. “You don’t think you deserve me?” he says before reaching over to console her.
Spelling’s parting words: “I’m well aware this might not have a happy ending.”
First of all, I will watch this show because I’m a masochist (related: have you watched Lindsay? GIRLLLL….). Second of all, LOL to this asshole. His worst nightmare is that he cheated? Repeatedly? Give me a break, dude. I don’t need to know the ins and outs of their relationship to know that you don’t fucking cheat on your partner. You, I dunno, maybe act like a mature adult and talk to them about how you would like to be having more sex. You then listen to how THEY feel and work through things TOGETHER and if you feel it’s a dealbreaker, you decide to break up and THEN you can find someone who will open their legs for you 24/7. It’s not rocket science.
Tori’s pretty much right, but she didn’t go far enough. It’s not that this “might not” have a happy ending – there’s no happy ending here, unless she allows herself to be a doormat… but I wouldn’t call that happy, either.