Tori Spelling‘s husband, Dean McDermott, was basically caught with his dick out (and/or in another woman), which is no good. Apparently he told the woman he cheated with that he and Tori never have sex, which totally explains why she’s pregnant every time you turn around, but whatever. In a desperate attempt to get out of trouble/not take responsibility for his actions, Dean has now checked himself into rehab to deal with “personal issues”.
Here’s his statement:
“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.”
Uhhhh… whatever, I guess. Rehab doesn’t really give you the skills you need NOT TO CHEAT ON YOUR WIFE if that’s not something you already have from, say, common sense, decency, love and respect for your partner… I mean, come on.
January 24, 2014 at 3:00 pm by Jennifer
Did Dean McDermott cheat on wife Tori Spelling? Us Weekly says yes, and they say the 47-year-old cheated with a 28-year-old. The young woman has lots of details about the affair. It sounds like it could be legit. It’s looking like while Mr. McDermott may be a great dad, he’s not the best husband. Here’s what the mistress exclusively told Us:
While promoting his gig as host of Chopped Canada in Toronto on Dec. 6, McDermott invited 28-year-old Emily Goodhand, a woman he met that day through friends, to his room at the Fairmont Royal York Hotel — where they had sex, she tells Us. “He told me he and Tori had a sexless marriage,” says Goodhand, who stayed over at his hotel the following night too. “I believed him.”
Tee hee, “Goodhand.” GOODHAND, INDEED.
But what DOES this mean for the future of Tori and Dean’s sex tape? My bet is it’s gonna get “leaked” now, and soon, to prove that Tori and Dean are totally ~~together~~.
December 26, 2013 at 5:30 pm by Catherine St. Ives
Tori Spelling, man, I want to like you (I wanted Donna Martin to graduate!) but you are really bringing the cringe for me. Tori Spelling’s latest try-hard moment is telling the world she has a sex tape and that someone is interested in leaking it. Is that someone you, Tori? Because you’d like to buy a new handbag for the first time in 3 years?
From The Los Angeles Times:
Tori Spelling has a sex tape, shot with husband Dean McDermott on Valentine’s Day 2009, she revealed recently in her new book. And someone’s reportedly interested in making it public.
Mmmm-hmmm. Actually there is one person interested, but probably only because Tori brought it to him, and that person is Steve Hirsch, of Vivid Entertainment. Vivid is responsible for giving Farrah Abraham a crapload of money. He wrote Spelling in a letter,
This is a serious offer for a real tape and it could yield significant returns to help you through your difficult financial situation
Spelling and McDermott say they’re not interested in selling it.
October 31, 2013 at 4:30 pm by Catherine St. Ives
Ms. Spelling has a very eloquent way of saying that she’s broke. From People via Starpulse:
We’re in the entertainment business, and things change year to year. We don’t have a series on the air right now, so we have to be more restrictive of what we can spend, just like anyone who doesn’t currently have a steady job.
… I haven’t bought a purse in three years, and that’s fine. I look back at that girl who shopped at Gucci in my 20s and I can’t even relate. I can’t believe I thought it was important.
Well she’s got a good outlook now, although it’s a little late to pretend like you’ve never loved being the daughter of one of the richest men in television history.
Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth are going to start filming their new TV show, Mystery Girls, next month. It will air on ABC Family. Good luck with that.
October 25, 2013 at 2:30 pm by Catherine St. Ives
No, seriously. Dean McDermott is the best dad ever.
From Dean’s blog:
An Open Letter To My New Baby,
Well it’s the night before your entrance into this crazy, whacky, amazing world full of joy, good times, bad times, love, loss, friends and foes – and that’s just your brothers and sisters! They’re always full of love, laughter and energy. Quite frankly they’re absolutely bonkers too, but you’re going to love them. Mom and Dad are a bit kooky too – that’s just how we roll. Not to worry though, we’ll grow on you after a while. So strap on your onesie, because it’s going to be a wild ride.
I’ve watched you grow in your mom’s belly for the last 37 weeks. You started off as just a little tiny bump, and now you’re this incredible little being that I see move and kick and literally sit up in mama’s belly. I wonder what you’re going to look like, what your little voice is going to sound like, what kind of personality are you going to have. Will you be the sensitive one? The rocket scientist? The athlete? The president? Most of all, I’m wondering what flavor you are – if you’re a boy or a girl? Like your sister Hattie we decided we wanted to be surprised (again) as to what sex you’re going to be. It was the most amazing surprise, when Dr. Jason held up your sister and declared, “It’s a girl!” I mean, when will you ever experience a surprise of that magnitude ever again? Well . . . tomorrow to be exact, and I can’t wait to see you, and hold you, and tell you I love you. I can’t wait to snuggle and take naps with you. I can’t wait to tell you that I will protect you and care for you every minute of every day. For the rest of your life.
I can’t wait to encourage you, and tell you that you’re the most amazing person in the world, and that you can do anything or be anything you want to be. I’ll be there for your first tears, your first bump and bruise. I’ll be there for your first steps, your first words, and your first day at school. I’ll be there for your first broken heart, your first award, your first car, I’ll be there for your wedding day, and I’ll be there for your firstborn.
I’ll be there first. For you. With all my love and devotion, I will fight tooth and nail to give you the wonderful life you deserve. Because you have made my life wonderful beyond my dreams by being my child, a little angel that has found your mother and I and blessed our lives with beauty and grace. I will give you my last breath, as you have given me my first.
I love you. See you soon.
Oh man. Too early in the day for tears, even if they are happy, admiration-tears.
And speaking of Tori Spelling, it’s really good to know that girlfriend has actually got a real man in her corner, as opposed to a smarmy piece of shit who loves nothing better than to cut people down to make himself feel superior.
Congratulations on the new baby, guys! You’re both such wonderful parents!
September 3, 2012 at 10:30 am by Sarah
“I lacked such self-confidence that I constantly stood in my own way. … It was a nightmare. He [former boyfriend Nick Savalas] was never physically abusive, but he was verbally abusive, telling me 10 times a day how ugly I was. Although I don’t believe in regrets and think every moment makes us the women and moms we ultimately become. It would be nice to give this advice!”
So this Nick Savalas character (who happens to be Telly Savalas’—or Kojak’s—son)? Let’s forever brand him one of the biggest bags of dicks ever spoken about on Evil Beet, OK? Would it be alright to do that? Because while Tori Spelling has annoyed me for a myriad of other, completely unrelated reasons, no one deserves to be told that they’re ugly—especially by someone who professes to care about them in a romantic way.
God. People like this should be punched in the face. With a bag of rocks.
Incidentally, this is what Nick Savalas looks like today:
He’s not exactly a shining picture of facial perfection either, you know.