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Tori says her husband Dean McDermott will no longer be featured on the Lifetime reality show, but she has 'a lot more to tell.'
McDermott has had enough of the camera following him around, saying he falls into a dark place where he wanted to kill himself during his rocky marriage with Tory Spelling.
During an appearance on 'Good Morning America', Spelling says, 'Life is always a work in progress and our relationship is one as well, so we're moving in the right direction.'
The 'True Tori' couple reportedly holds hands as they visit a spa and grab lunch together in Los Angeles.
Explaining why he cheated on his wife Tori Spelling, the actor says, 'Because I didn't think that I would get caught... I was not dealing with things that happened to me in the past.'
In an interview conducted prior to the premiere of her show 'True Tori', Spelling admitted to thinking that she and McDermott 'had a very, very good sex life.'
The 'Chopped Canada' host admits the sex that he and his wife had 'once every two weeks' was not enough for him because he's 'insatiable.'
A so-called friend of Tori Spelling's says the idea to do 'True Tori' is not coming from someone who is in a solid, good place.
'That's my worst nightmare, I cheated on my wife,' McDermott admits in a sneak peek for 'True Tori', and his actress wife tearfully says, 'I could never give him enough sex.'
Eustace, who got divorced from McDermott after 13 years of marriage, says that she '[wishes] Dean only the best in his struggle to overcome the demons he has been wrestling with.'
Without going into details on what kind of treatment he's receiving, the 47-year-old family man apologized to his wife and their kids.
A source claims that McDermott has not been seen in the couple's new house for a few days after he was accused of cheating on Spelling.
Spelling apparently decides not to address her husband's cheating allegation and talks about family activities during holidays in her blog post.
A woman named Emily Goodhand says that McDermot had sex with her in a Toronto hotel room.
In her new memoir, 'Spell It Like It Is', Spelling says that she once made a sex tape with her husband for private viewing, but a friend secretly made a copy.