April 2, 2024

Tori Spelling Confirms She Filed for Divorce Against Dean McDermott

Tori Spelling dropped the news of her divorce in the middle of her podcast “Misspelling.”

The media caught up with McDermott after she dropped the bombshell, but he appeared to be no worse for wear.

When he was asked how he was doing, he stated that he was “doing good.”

Time to Separate

The news of the divorce has been a long time coming, as the problems between these two are well documented.

In recent months, however, the two seemed to be on much better terms and have even been seen in public together at times.

Spelling broke the news to McDermott, apologizing to him for telling him the news while he was “in the middle of going to work.”

She downplayed the news, saying that her lawyers had “done it.” She continued, “It’s the formality. It’s just the one sheet you check off, and next, you’ll have to sign it.”

In a recent video, McDermott commented about the divorce, stating, “It’s been a long time coming but T and I are good.”

The couple has been separated since June 2023, with the divorce documents citing irreconcilable differences.

They were married in 2006.

The couple is expected to share joint custody of their children, Liam, 17, Stella, 15, Hattie, 12, Finn, 11, and Beau, 7.

Spelling first started acting in 1981, mostly making single-episode appearances on TV shows until her big break in 1990, landing the role of Donna Martin on the mega-hit show Beverly Hills, 90210.

McDermott got his career started in 1988, mostly doing TV shows and movies, finally landing a recurring role in “Power Play” in 1998.

He is arguably best known for his role as Constable Renfield Turnbull in “Due South,” where he appeared in 18 episodes of the show that ran from 1995-1999.

More recently, he had a recurring role in “Pretty Hard Cases” as well as appearing in “Hudson & Rex.”

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