Tori Spelling Mary Jo Eustace: Dean McDermott’s Wife Meets His Ex On ‘True Tori’

October 15, 2014 | By Garrett Montgomery More

Tori Spelling Mary Jo Eustace

Tori Spelling and Mary Jo Eustace meet and the conversation between the pair is very interesting. The long-awaited face-to-face between the mothers of Dean McDermott’s children, Spelling and Eustace finally took place after 8 years and to everyone’s surprise, the pair did not fight.

The Tori Spelling Mary Jo Eustace meeting takes place during the second season of True Tori that will air later this month. In a preview released by Lifetime, Spelling can be seen driving to meet Eustace in a restaurant.

The mother of four confessed that she is going to talk to Eustace in order to better understand, why did her husband cheat on her. During the Tori Spelling Mary Jo Eustace exchange, the “Spelling It Like It Is” author said she knew Dean McDermott was going to cheat on her.

Spelling asked Eustace if she was going to say, I told you so. Eustace surprised the Melrose Place actress by saying that she does not feel good about her predicament.

In case you were not aware of it, Tori Spelling who had affair with Dean McDermott in 2006 while he was still married with Mary Jo Eustace is now on the receiving end of things.

According to reports, McDermott cheated with Emily Goodhand in December of 2013 while working in Canada. Now, back to the Tori Spelling Mary Jo Eustace exchange that has every fan talking.

Eustace was very calm and explained that she feels sorry for what McDermott is doing to her family. Eustace who has a son Jack (born in October of 1998) with McDermott said:

“It’s actually really horrible. It’s not a great feeling.[You] have four children. It doesn’t make me feel any better.”

Eustace went on to confess that while she does not hate her ex-husband, she considers him to be a fool and is not surprised by his behavior. Many are wondering, why did the Tori Spelling Mary Jo Eustace talk go so well?

Why was Eustace so sweet and understanding to Spelling, the woman who destroyed her marriage? The answer, it is all a sham, the reality show, the affair, the mistress, Tori saying she is pregnant – all of it is fake.

Just like the Ava London/Hank Baskett/Kendra Wilkinson fake cheating scandal was cooked up for ratings and money, so is the Spelling/McDermott drama.

Below is a promo of True Tori, which will premiere on October 21st.

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  1. Marc says:

    As the old saying goes…WHAT COMES AROUND–GOES AROUND. I don’t feel sorry for Miss Spelling one Iota. She was the Cheater ( on HER 1st husband ) and the mistress involved with a man who was AS WELL married. So, to sit there and cry for the cameras?????? WHY ME??? Guess what Cookie, KARMA bit you in the butt !!

  2. jane says:

    What a weird thing to get ratings. Make your husband look like an a hole dirt bag. Especially in Kendra’s case. People have always found Hank favorable, I have never heard one bad comment about him in the media. Why would someone take this good guy image and trash it for ratings. That makes no sense.

  3. Nancy says:

    Just a note on this one. Look at the expressions on the faces of these four little children. Not one smiles or feels happiness in this family, but the wealthy parents. I know the children get whatever they want. But children need more than whatever they want. They need more than overdone
    discipline. Joy, unconditional kindness, teaching, and direction. I could not believe this selfish couple had a verbal argument in front of these lovely children. Come too your own conclusions, but enough is enough. Think of these sad children. They don’t forget things when they are older.

  4. Ellen Goldstein says:

    You know the old saying….if he cheats with you, he’ll cheat on you. Big surprise, Tori, you spoiled brat

  5. Some Lady says:

    I honestly don’t think this was made up, and wasn’t Tori Spelling in 90210, not Melrose Place?


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