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Tori Spelling's Holiday Card Comes With Rumors of Trouble

Her husband is conspicuously absent, and sources say things aren't good
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted Nov 24, 2021 4:11 AM CST
After Holiday Card, Reports of Trouble in Tori Spelling Marriage
Tori Spelling, left, and Dean McDermott attend Spoken Woof presented by Much Love Animal Rescue & The Microsoft Lounge on Thursday, Oct. 17, 2019 in Culver City, Calif.   (Photo by Casey Rodgers/Invision for The Microsoft Lounge/AP Images)

(Newser) – Tori Spelling recently posted her family's holiday card on Instagram, and one person is conspicuously absent: her husband, Dean McDermott. The card features just Spelling, the couple's five children, and a slew of farm animals. McDermott's name is also missing from a picture of family holiday stockings Spelling posted the next day. And indeed, sources tell People, Spelling and McDermott are "living separate lives" after 15 years of marriage. While this is not the first time things have gotten rocky—McDermott admitted to cheating on his wife in 2014—this time Spelling, 48, and McDermott, 55, are "evaluating their relationship," one source says.

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Another source says there's been trouble for more than a year, but they've been trying to make things work for the sake of the kids. And while Spelling said in the comments of the holiday card photo that McDermott was simply filming a movie in Canada when the picture was taken, a third source says that's true—but it's also true that their relationship is in bad shape. The sources say Spelling has struggled to trust McDermott again after the infidelity. Rumors of trouble in paradise started in March when Spelling was spotted without her wedding ring, Page Six reports. She herself said during an interview in June that she and her husband weren't sharing a bed, though she was coy about why. (Read more Tori Spelling stories.)

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