Dean McDermott: Tori Spelling Is Faking Her Migraines!
Mommy has a headache.
Mommy has a headache.
It gives me great pleasure when seeing stars post throwback photos on Instagram.
Last week, Tori Spelling was hospitalized after a number of mysterious symptoms including crippling migraine headaches.
As we reported last month, Tori Spelling is broke.
It's important to note that Tori and her equally chronically unemployed husband, Dean McDermott, aren't Hollywood broke; they're flat-out, coupon-clipping, regular folk broke.
It's been a rough few weeks for Tori Spelling.
Lots of famous people have experienced financial troubles over the years, but they usually wind up "celebrity broke," which means they downgrade from a Bentley to a Benz.
Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott, on the other hand, have gone full-blown, regular folk, broke-ass broke, and as you might expect, Tori - who was born into a fabulously wealthy family and began pulling in 7-figure salaries while still in her teens - isn't coping very well.
As we reported last week, Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott are broke.
And we don't mean "my masseuse only comes twice a week now" Hollywood broke - we mean coupon-clipping, mortgage payment missing, Wonder Bread French toast for dinner broke.
As you may have heard, Tori Spelling is broke.
And when we say "broke," we don't mean in the celebrity sense - where, like, she had to fire one of her nutritionists and she'll never get to find out Xenu's middle name. Tori can't even pay her credit card bills, which is why we have this new entry in the Embarrassing Celebrity Endorsement Hall of Fame:
Tori Spelling may now say she has the best marriage ever to Dean McDermott, but it wasn't always that way.
Not even close.
Earlier this week, we reported that Tori Spelling is being sued by American Express for racking up $38,000 in debt and making no effort to pay it off.
Yesterday, we reported that Tori Spelling is being sued by American Express for failure to pay her bill.
Apparently, money is not one of their keys to a happy union, because the couple is so broke they're bouncing checks and falling way behind on their credit card bills.
As you may have heard, Dean McDermott cheated on Tori Spelling with a woman named Emily Goodhand, and rather than suppressing the tabloid drama as most D-listers would, the couple went on to basically make careers out of having a crappy marriage.
Dean McDermott has done an excellent job over the years proving he is a loser.
Earlier this year, after hackers released the names of 25 million Ashley Madison users, Tori Spelling believed Dean used Ashley Madison to cheat.
Yesterday, we reported that Tori Spelling will undergo a lie detector test for a bizarre Lifetime special entitled Tori Spelling: Celebrity Lie Detector.
Today, the network is giving us our first glimpse of the special, and it seems Tori doesn't hold much back in her televised interrogation:
For a woman who's current career centers entirely around TMI reality shows, there's a lot we don't know about Tori Spelling:
It's unlikely that Tori will answer all of these questions on Sunday night, but she will submit to a lie detector test for a Lifetime special confusingly titled Tori Spelling: Celebrity Lie Detector.
Last we heard from Tori Spelling, she was accusing Dean McDermott using Ashley Madison to cheat on her, even though he was not implicated.
Prior to that, Tori sued Benihana because she fell on one of their hibachi grills and burned herself, and apparently that's somehow the owners' fault.
We aren’t sure if Tori Spelling is fit to give marital advice, but The Real Housewives of New York City’s Kristen Taekman needs all the help she can get.
Were it not for the fact that Dean McDermott cheated on Tori Spelling with Emily Goodhand back in 2013, we probably wouldn't even be talking about this couple.
In fact, many have theorized that Tori and Dean faked the affair just to drum up some interest in their lame reality shows.