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It’s Over: Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott in Splitsville

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According to US Weekly, this is the end eight years of marriage for Tori Spelling, 41 (of Jewish descent, veteran of Beverly Hills, 90210), and her husband, Dean McDermott, 47. These reality stars are going to start shining separately.

An insider told Us Weekly: “There appears to be no love between them. When the cameras are off, they’re cold toward one another.”

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We’re led to understand the troubled marriage finally went downhill last October, with Spelling’s hospital stay to treat bronchitis.

Apparently, McDermott’s bedside manner left much to be desired.

“Dean has physically been there for Tori at the hospital out of a sense of obligation and it was obvious and very depressing to Tori, ” another source told US Weekly. “His thoughts were elsewhere while he was at the hospital and he was not attentive to her. He looked for every excuse to leave and pretty much stayed there as minimally as possible. He didn’t spend the night there with her at all. Tori was forced to sleep alone while Dean went home to their cozy house.”

Spelling and McDermott have been struggling with financial problems, Dean’s addiction, and his 2013 affair, all of it thoroughly documented in their reality shows.

“They are barely on speaking terms, ” another source told US Weekly.

Looks like when these two do stuff, many folks are watching.



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