This is the most wonderful thing we've heard all week.
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We wouldn't put this one past Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott!
According to an explosive new report, Tori and Dean concocted a story about a devastating December 2014 affair to score a new reality show. Not to mention McDermott's ex-wife Mary Jo Eustace allegedly corroborated this theory with a now removed chapter from her cookbook and memoir, Scared Wheatless.
Woah! Sounds intriguing and totally CRAZY!
Sources reveal that cracks in the couple's affair started to reveal themselves when no one could track down McDermott's alleged paramour, a faceless woman named Emily. Considering how often mistresses sell their stories to tabloids for huge payouts, Emily's radio silence is definitely a red flag.
The mother of the actor's 17-year-old son also thinks the affair is a tad suspicious. While Mary's theories were removed from her book for unknown reasons (maybe she wants to keep the peace), she allegedly claimed Emily will "never be found because she's completely fabricated".
Do tell, M.J.! Do tell!
Apparently, the father of four faked everything from his rehab stay to his tears of remorse on True Tori. The source claimed:
"Dean pretended to be checked into a long-term facility but instead he was at a beachfront home in Malibu getting some R&R. It was all a part of his plan."
But why would anyone want to fake something so awful as an affair?
Sources close to the couple allege the pair's financial issues and four kids drove them to create this insane plot. The actress' lack of inheritance from Aaron Spelling has really hurt the duo's wallets — and at the time of the scandal they were struggling to make ends meet.
The insider confirmed:
"Dean and Tori would lie about everything in their marriage to fool the world and make money."
As of now, Tori and Dean haven't responded to the allegations. We're not sure if they'll ever address the drama since they've ignored rumors about this before.
So, do YOU think the pair made up the cheating scandal?
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