Tori Spelling says that husband Dean McDermott broke her heart, in comments made about his recent cheating scandal, which will also be addressed on the couple's new reality show.
The 40-year-old actress, best known for playing Donna Martin on the 1990s series "Beverly Hills, 90210," made her remarks to Us Weekly in an interview published in the entertainment magazine's latest issue, which hits newsstands on Friday. She graces the cover.
Spelling and McDermott, who is 47 and is the current host of the Food Network show "Chopped Canada," share four children -- Liam, 7, Stella, 5, Hattie, 2, and Finn, 20 months. The couple met on the set of the 2006 Lifetime Television movie "Mind Over Murder" while they were married to other people and wed each other that year. In December 2013, Us Weekly reported that McDermott cheated on Spelling with a younger woman.
"He was my soul mate, but he completely broke my heart," Spelling told Us Weekly. "It makes you not trust anything that's happened in your relationship."
Spelling was previously married to actor Charlie Shahnaian. They ended their 1-and-a-half-year marriage in April 2006. McDermott divorced wife Mary Jo Eustace, with whom he has a teenage son, in February 2006 after 12 years of marriage. She wrote in the 2007 book "The Other Woman: Twenty-one Wives, Lovers, and Others Talk Openly About Sex, Deception, Love, and Betrayal" that McDermott cheated on her with Spelling. She wrote that he told her he and Spelling were soul mates.
Tori Spelling: "I can never give him enough sex"
Following the initial report about the cheating scandal, McDermott checked himself into rehab in January for "health and personal issues."
Spelling's recent comments were posted on the magazine's website on Wednesday, April 16 -- less than a week before the premiere of her new Lifetime Television reality series "True Tori." She and McDermott previously starred together on the Oxygen reality show "Tori & Dean: Inn Love."
"Airing just three short weeks after cameras begin filming, the show will document the couple in almost real-time as they navigate the unknown road ahead, beginning when Dean leaves treatment," the synopsis for "True Tori" reads.
In a teaser video, the couple talks about the scandal and their problems. (Watch the video below.)
"I cheated on my wife," McDermott says. "I was out of control. Sex was an escape, just like drugs and alcohol."
"I can never give him enough sex," Spelling says. "He's never gonna be happy with just me."
The couple remains together and Us Weekly quoted Spelling as saying: "I feel so judged, but it's not black and white."
(Pictured above: Tori Spelling, Dean McDermott and their children appear at Disney on Ice presents "Rockin' Ever After" in Los Angeles, California on Dec. 12, 2013. Credit: Tony DiMaio / startraksphoto.com)