Tori Spelling, the former star of "Beverly Hills, 90210," has a difficult discussion with husband Dean McDermott about his cheating in a preview clip for her new Lifetime reality show "True Tori."
"That's my worst nightmare, I cheated on my wife. I was out of control. Sex was an escape, just like drugs and alcohol," McDermott says in the clip.
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"I could never give him enough sex. He's never going to be happy with just me," Spelling responds in distress.
Rumors of McDermott's affair swirled late last year after 28-year-old Canadian Emily Goodhand said she had sex with McDermott while he was in Canada for his TV show "Chopped Canada." At the time, Spelling seemed to be ignoring the rumors, opting to post videos of the family's Christmas celebrations.
Spelling and McDermott began their relationship by cheating on and leaving their spouses for each other, and now have four children: Liam, 7; Stella, 5; Hattie, 2; and Finn, 1.
In January, McDermott admitted to drug and alcohol addiction and checked into rehab. On top of that, the family received an eviction notice, which they later claimed was a "clerical error." By the end of February, however, Dean was out of rehab, and he slipped right back into his parental role.
The new Lifetime "docuseries" premiers April 22 and follows on the heels of "Tori & Dean," their scripted reality show.
At the end of the promo, Spelling foreshadows that she and her husband may split.
"I'm well aware this might not have a happy ending," she says.
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