Dean McDermott is spilling the tea on his divorce from Tori Spelling, and it’s juicier than a watermelon at a summer picnic!
In a plot twist that could rival a telenovela, the 57-year-old actor is revealing the nitty-gritty details of his separation from the lovely Tori. Get ready for a rollercoaster of emotions, my friends.
So, picture this: Dean announced the split back in June, did a little social media post-delete cha-cha, and sources were like, “Nah, they’re not splitting, just taking a break from each other’s snoring.” But surprise, surprise, they actually did break up. Cue dramatic gasps!
Now, Dean’s spilling the beans to the Daily Mail, and it turns out his love affair with the bottle played a starring role in the breakup saga. “My addiction was untreated,” he confesses, as if he just discovered a secret lair in his backyard. Apparently, he’s been tangoing with AA on and off for years, leaving chaos in his wake. Imagine a bull in a china shop, but replace the bull with Dean and the china with everything good in his life.
Tori, the real MVP in this sitcom of errors, tried to stage a one-woman intervention. “She loved me so much that she didn’t really want to tell me how it was affecting her,” Dean admits. Note to self: next time you’re trying to save a sinking ship, maybe leave the bullhorn at home.
As the drama unfolded, the McDermott-Spelling romance turned into a symphony of anger and yelling. Dean, ever the problem-solver, decided to drown his sorrows in tequila and a handful of narcos. Because nothing says “relationship therapy” like a one-man party with substances that sound like rejected Marvel superhero names.
Fast forward to today, Dean’s drying out in a sober house, and he’s having an Oprah moment, expressing deep regret for turning Tori’s life into a soap opera. “All Tori’s ever done is want me to be happy and healthy,” he laments, realizing he played a starring role in the drama llama parade. Bravo, Dean, bravo.
This divorce saga has more twists and turns than a GPS on the fritz. Dean’s on the path to redemption, and Tori deserves an award for putting up with more drama than a Shakespearean tragedy.