Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott have let the world in on their troubled marriage, cheating scandals, alleged cocaine use, and even the loss of an adopted baby girl due to McDermott's affair. Now the latest scandal may be McDermott wanting a divorce? Here are some of the most shocking moments from these two lovebirds.
According to Celeb Dirty Laundry on May 15, McDermott is tired of the cameras and editing making him look like a total bad guy. Instead of televised therapy healing their relationship, it may, rumors say, cause McDermott to seek a divorce from Spelling.
Allegedly, "At first everyone wondered if Tori would kick Dean to the curb but now it looks like Dean is the one seriously talking about divorce because rather than using therapy to repair things his wife is using it as a way to publicly shame him."
Now a divorce may or may not be in the cards. In addition to that, here are some of the biggest shock and awe moments on True Tori.
When McDermott said the lack of sex with Tori was not "fantastic" after the children were born.
"We would have sex once every two weeks," he argued to therapist "It wasn't fantastic."
When ex-wife Mary Jo Eustace's sworn court declaration was leaked, high-lighting McDermott's former cocaine used in 2005. She wrote:
McDermott "missed the gathering because he didn't feel well. During the course of the event, Dean McDermott walked into the living room, threw a bag of cocaine on the table and said, 'I have a cocaine problem.'"
When it was revealed he sacrificed his adopted daughter Lola with Eustace, to keep his affair (and subsequent marriage) with Spelling. According to Eustace's declaration:
"I was crying uncontrollably," Eustace wrote, "and asked Dean McDermott if he was going to divorce me and marry Tori Spelling. Petitioner responded, 'Yes.'"
After that, McDermott "signed a release which has been provided to the adoption attorney pursuant to which he has waived all parental rights to Lola."
When McDermott discovered he was having an affair while his wife and the kiddies were at Christmas. Spelling even showed him a family photo in which he was conspicuously absent.
"I feel shame. I have never felt shame before," McDermott said. "You were at a Christmas event and I was f---ing around. That's disgusting. That's disgusting."
When they both revealed massive insecurities to themselves, the therapist and the world.
McDermott said he "was 250 pounds...felt like s--t, looked like s--t...and needed some validation." Tori didn't let him off the hook. "You are making this up to make yourself look better," she hissed, "and it's pissing me off!"
Shock & Awe