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Dean mcdermott Had Affair With Canadian Emily Goodhand: reports



Tori Spelling Broke, Kinda

[caption id="attachment_76531" align="aligncenter" width="450"]Dean mcdermott Had Affair With Canadian Emily Goodhand: reports Dean mcdermott Had Affair With Canadian Emily Goodhand: reports[/caption]Tori Spelling Caught Up in Cheating Rumors Regarding Husband

The latest Christmas card from Tori Spelling features only the four children she's had with husband Dean McDermott over their seven years of marriage. The children are Liam, Stella, Hattie, and Finn ages 6, 5, 2, and 16 months respectively. Missing are mom and dad. While the message was germane enough for the holiday season and supposedly come from both Spelling and McDermott, both parents were missing from the photograph.

The rumors of infidelity are now the cover story of US Magazine and the alleged mistress, Emily Goodhand, has come forward to speak about her encounters with McDermott. Goodhand, an attractive 28-year-old actress from Canada, said that McDermott does not have a sexual relationship with his wife. The affair is said to have occurred recently while McDermott was on location in Canada for a television appearance.

Tabloid site Radar Online reports that Spelling is putting up a front to the media of being one big happy family, but privately her home life is in turmoil as she is deep discord with her husband over the allegations of an affair. Spelling herself is guilty of adultery in her first marriage. She had an affair with Dean McDermott with whom she is now married.

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Tori Spelling Making Dean McDermott’s Home Life ‘A Living Hell’ — Won’t Publicly Acknowledge Cheating Allegations

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