Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott's reality series, True Tori, came to an end on May 27, and viewers were left with quite the hefty dose of TMI.
Spelling revealed during a girls-only lunch that her estranged husband of eight years has a tattoo of her name—in the possessive form, reading "Tori's"—above his penis.
When discussing whether she was okay with the TV host leaving to film Chopped Canada in Toronto—the same city where he previously cheated on her with Emily Goodhand—a friend suggested she make him sign a legal document about the consequences of cheating or drinking again.
Spelling, however, then pointed out that even having a tattoo of her name on his body didn't stop him from fooling around. "It says 'Tori's.' And months later he cheated on me," Spelling told her friends.
Aside from revealing McDermott's intimate ink, the episode also showed the couple go on their first date in six months to celebrate their eighth wedding anniversary.
In the end, McDermott ended up heading to Canada to film the show, after his manager warned him there could be a $5 million lawsuit if he backed out.
“I’m mad at myself. This was the biggest f--k-up of my life. I jeopardized everything—my wife, my family, my career, everything,” he told the camera.
Despite her reservations, the 41-year-old told mother of four told McDermott he had to go. “It means everything to me that you wouldn’t go,” she said. “[But] we can’t let one huge mistake define us.”
The next day, the whole family took McDermott to the airport to send him off, where the couple shared a kiss and an emotional goodbye.
“I know what’s at stake here," the 47-year-old told the camera, "My relationship with my wife, my relationship with my children. It’s tough. We’ve gone through a lot. But I will not let them down."