Tori Spelling Says Mother Was Cheating In New Book
June 2, 2014 by staff
Tori Spelling Says Mother Was Cheating In New Book, This saga just keeps on getting more and more cringe-worthy. As Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott’s air more dirty laundry- fans are wondering just how much these two are going to tell the cameras. First McDermott tells his distraught wife, “Our sex life was never enough,” on Lifetime’s True Tori. Then Spelling’s mom, Candy Spelling, releases her daughter’s worse nightmare – a tell-all book.
True Tori is a therapy session away from a total meltdown. In episode 3, Spelling and McDermott go to couples therapy, where Dean rehashes his affair with Emily. “Emily was there. … I wasn’t attracted to her. It was just like a warm body. I felt like I was on autopilot,” he said.
Then comes the real kicker, his unsatisfying sex life with Spelling. He tells his wife and the therapist, that sex with Spelling was not “stellar.” Still, cheating on his wife was his “worse nightmare.”
“We have four kids. In the sex department there are ebbs and flows. … Do I always want more with you?” he asks Spelling. “Absolutely. Every day all day. I’m insatiable. Do I want more? Yeah. She has complications from the last pregnancy. Our sex life wasn’t awful, but it wasn’t stellar.”
But Spelling challenges that: was his worst nightmare actually that he got caught?
“I don’t know,” he admits. “If there’s ever a perfect person, she’s pretty damn close to it,” he says. Then he berates himself as a “monster” and “evil.”
Before, the couple would have sex “multiple times a day.” Then Spelling had four kids. And as with many marriages, the sex declined.
“It was never enough for you! I wore that guilt all the time thinking he’s going to cheat on me. I can never give you enough sex,” Spelling told her husband.
“I thought you were really happy with me. … This really makes me feel bad about myself,” she cries.
McDermott says he doesn’t ever hear that he’s “handsome” from her.
The therapist sums them both up in a nutshell, “You’re both completely insecure!”
And to add fuel to the fire, Spelling’s mom Candy Spelling says the show is “Painful for me to watch,” as reported in USA Today on May 7
“As a mom, you don’t want to see your children hurt in any way.”
But it is showbiz. The show must go on. “She does those things and she’s been very successful at it. You can’t argue with success.”
Tori is definitely “spelling it like it is” in these latest episodes of True Tori. Candy is too in a tell-all book that reignites the long-running feud between mother and daughter, according to Tuesday’s Radar Online.
“I am by no means saying that I am the perfect mother now or I didn’t make mistakes when my children were growing up,” Candy writes. “…Having said that, I also believe that there comes a time when you have to stop blaming your parents. Take responsibility for your own actions and attitudes.”
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