Publicly, Tori Spelling has been ignoring rumors that her husband Dean McDermott cheated on her, but sources told Radar Online that Spelling is angry and letting McDermott know it
“Tori is obsessed with having a picture perfect family, and thinks it’s a big part of her image. Commenting or addressing the cheating would taint that image,” a source told Radar. “Things are very tense in the house right now, and Tori is making Dean’s life hell. Even though she is trying not to fight in front of the kids, it’s impossible. She has been crying and screaming at Dean, and saying he has ruined everything, including Christmas.”
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The source also said that McDermott offered to move out but Spelling wouldn’t “allow” him to do so.
Spelling and McDermott have been married for seven years, and they have four young children.
Us Weekly first reported that a 28-year-old Canadian Emily Goodhand said she had sex with McDermott
while he was in Canada for his TV show “Chopped Canada.” She told the magazine that he said his wife wouldn’t have sex with him.
Spelling, not commenting on the rumors, posted Christmas pictures of her family online. On her blog, headlined “Christmas Morning at the McDermotts,” she wrote
, “I can't believe Christmas is already over. We had such a fun day hanging at home unwrapping presents, eating homemade goodies and watching movies. So grateful for my family!”
She also posted a video of two of her children shrieking in excitement over their Christmas presents, while another plays with a Barbie set and the fourth just giggles in excitement.
Some commented online that McDermott cheating wasn’t a surprise; even people who were clearly Spelling fans pointed out that the couple started their marriage by cheating on their former spouses.
“The two of them did a VERY selfish thing by dumping their former spouses for each other,” one commenter wrote.
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