It’s no secret that Tori Spelling is a big ole’ mess – her marriage is in shambles, she’s selling her soul to reality TV, she’s completely broke, and suffering from mysterious health scares – but does she also need rehab?
Mary Jo filmed scenes with Tori for the reality show True Tori, which she describes as alarming and potentially dangerous. Despite the fact that it was Dean who went to rehab, Mary Jo believes it’s actually Tori who needs it!
Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott put on a united front, as well as bright red lipstick on their young girls, at the 4th Annual Santa’s Secret Workshop event.
Tori took advantage of the press at the charity event – shocker – to talk about her New Year’s resolutions. At the top of her list: more “me” time, saying, “It is just something I need to make a priority for all of our happiness.”
Good news: Tori Spelling is out of the hospital. Random news: She’s sporting new grey hair extensions. Bad news: Tori Spelling is making the press rounds to promote the new season of True Tori. Yesterday, she appeared on Today, and Hoda and Kathie Lee coddled the special snowflake beyond belief. Tori’s first post-hospital interview came hot on the heels of several secret sources spilling their guts to Us Magazine.
Here’s a source, there’s a source, everywhere there’s a secret source…
One source claimed Tori and Dean McDermott are barely speaking. I believe it. Dean was in the building but he did not sit with Tori during her interview. A second source shared, “There appears to be no love between them. When the cameras are off, they’re cold toward one another.” A third insider insinuated that Tori‘s recent grab for attention hospitalization for ebola/bronchitis/mental breakdown was the final nail in the coffin.
With her marriage on the rocks and inter-family squabbling continuing to heat up, Tori Spelling might seriously be on the brink of a meltdown. The True Tori reality star and Hollywood heiress is surrounded by drama and it seems she has nowhere to turn.
Tori’sleech husband Dean McDermott recently revealed his intentions to leave True Tori, even though it was a show designed to help save his marriage, as well as his thoughts of suicide. Driving the harsh news home was Dean’s claim that mother-in-law Candy was not willing to support her daughter’s family financially.
“In my recovery, all I can be is honest and no. No. There’s no financial help,” McDermott claimed.
To say that the show is hard to watch, is putting it mildly. On the heels of his wife’s week long hospital stay for a mental breakdown variety of sicknesses, Dean announced that he is leaving True Tori.
Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott have a lot more than just relationship problems. The troubled reality stars have been sharing their quest to keep their marriage afloat since April on True Tori. The Lifetime series is seriously like watching a train wreck, it is so gruesome to look at, yet you just can’t look away.
Last night while crying over her money woes, Tori claims that the family lives paycheck to paycheck, making supporting her four kids and husband difficult.
If you recall — Tori grew up SUPER WEALTHY — when her dad Aaron Spelling died he left behind $600 million, but sources claim the reason Tori only received $800,000 was because of her excessive spending. Spending habits that she still seems to maintain, even though she is not on Daddy’s payroll anymore.
A stressed Tori Spelling broke down in tears on True Tori last night. Well, err, she covered her face and whined obnoxiously when she felt pressured to sell a warehouse full of her stuff to make money. And it is out with the old storyline, cheating husband, and in with the new storyline, financial crisis.
Tori is a hoarder, but she doesn’t want to sell anything <boohoohoo> because her dad would not have wanted her <boohoohoo> to live modestly.
When Dean McDermott asked why she’s so against selling the stuff, Tori said, “It’s a life I built. It’s a life I worked really hard for. Everyone mocked me… they thought my dad gave me everything. They gave me nothing. I worked so hard for all of that. It’s MY stuff. At 41 years old, I don’t want to think I have to sell off everything to start over. My dad would not have wanted this.”