Enough is Enough, Tori Spelling -- This is WAY Too Much
4/25/2014 9:30 AM PDT, by Emily Trainham
Oh, friends, doesn't Tori Spelling have that super special quality that makes you want to rip your face off and throw it in the garbage so that you can focus on something else besides her sheer obnoxiousness and stupidity? Of course she does! And that's why this new little scandal that's been going on in her marriage to Dean McDermott, you know, that whole cheating mess, has been just so terrible for us all. And that's also why this new interview that she did is going to absolutely slay you.
On Dean cheating on her:
"He cheated on me. One of my worst fears came true. On some level I never thought it would really happen ... If I can't ever let my guard down again, then there can't be a relationship. I always said, 'If he ever cheated on me, I would be out of there!' Whether I can ever trust him again, that's the big question."
On why she hasn't left him:
"There are children involved. For their sakes, I need to try to figure this out. You don't stop loving someone because they do something really bad to you ... But until I figure it out, I don't want my kids to know any different. I owe this relationship more than just saying something horrible happened and dismissing it. I need to figure out if he can change."
On Dean's mistress, Emily Goodhand:
"I have written her name in my phone multiple times for Google Images, and when it comes up, I can't look at it. I have never held Emily Goodhand responsible. Dean did this, not her."
How terrible is all of that, right? Especially when a whole, whole lot of people are saying that perhaps this whole affair was staged for reality shows and publicity. "Oh no, surely not," you're probably saying. "Surely everything that happens on reality television is completely real, and surely Dean just met a woman named Miss Goodhand and made a mistake. After all, Tori Spelling is not known to be one for attention!" And you just might be right. After all, Tori has denied that this was a fake affair, and sources close to Tori are already calling up news outlets to confirm that this is the real deal.
The thing is though, regardless of what's actually happening, if this affair was real or fake, this needs to be over. Either Tori's marriage is fragile enough that her husband would cheat, or her marriage is fragile enough that she feels comfortable putting her family through a fake cheating scandal for publicity. Those are the options, and they're not great. Tori needs to scrounge up some dignity that she has deep inside and end this. Good god, y'all.
Check out the video for all the fakeness:
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