Dean McDermott says he isn’t proud of cheating on Tori Spelling, but hey, he’s also not the first guy to ever pull such a move, so give him a break, will ya?
In an interview with ET Canada, the True Tori star and King of Excuses feels bad for himself and manages to make everything about himself, as usual:
“When you’re at the checkout and you look over and you see one of these magazines and it’s like, ‘Dean McDermott’s a monster,’ I’m like, ‘No, I’m not a monster.'”
“I’m a human being and I messed up. I messed up and I’m owning up to it and I’m getting help for it. But to label me a monster or evil is very hurtful.”
“You know, I’m not the first person to ever cheat on his wife.”
That’s a great point, Dean. Why didn’t we think of that?!
If you watch True Tori online, you know the entire premise is Dean messing around with Emily Goodhand last winter while on a business trip to Canada.
He got busted, and a lot of people thought the entire charade was fake, but at the very least, Tori Spelling decided to make lemonade out of Dean’s lemons.
Two things we can guarantee you are completely real:
- Tori Spelling is so obsessed by fame, appearances and so on that it is literally killing her (she was just hospitalized for a nervous breakdown).
- Dean is a pathetic, unstable, alcoholic, self-absorbed, enabler who thinks only of his own “needs” and manipulates people to get them.
Not a monster, though. Let’s make that clear okay?
The parents of poor Liam, 7, Stella, 6, Hattie, 3, and Finn, 2, return for a new episode next week. What’s to come on True Tori Season 2 Episode 2?
Sounds like pretty much a lot more of the same.
Dean says of the vacation they recently took, “I thought we’d be able to bring that feeling back and maybe start working on simplifying our lives here.”
“But a lot of the emotional stuff changed when we came back to the house,” he adds. “I was surprised and I was really hoping that we could carry it over.”
“It didn’t go that way, so it did surprise me.”
Considering that Dean just goes through the motions of marriage until someone or something else comes along that pleases Dean, it does not surprise us.
As for wife Spelling being quarantined?
“Everything is okay. All the tabloids are reading Ebola and it’s not,” McDermott said of her health scare. “The show we’re shooting is obviously very emotional.”
“It’s six days a week. It finally caught up with her and took its toll, so she has bronchitis, sinusitis, and pneumonia and she’s getting great care at the hospital.”
Here’s hoping Tori’s health improves and that these two characters eventually find what they’re after … whatever that is. We’re not sure even they know.
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Dean McDermott: I’m Not a Monster (or the First Guy to Ever Cheat on His Wife)!