Tori Spelling reveals the real reason why she and ex Dean McDermott slept in separate beds for three years

This clarification follows shortly after Tori filed for divorce from Dean, citing irreconcilable differences after 18 years of marriage

Following her recent filing for divorce from Dean McDermott, citing irreconcilable differences after 18 years of marriage, Tori Spelling has clarified the unique sleeping arrangements during their separation.

On her podcast, misSPELLING, the Beverly Hills, 90210 alum, now 50, addressed the topic, explaining that it was Dean’s decision to sleep in separate bedrooms for the past three years.

“Like, he gave an interview saying he stopped sleeping in the bed because of a pig. That is not true,” Tori clarified.

While the couple did once allow a pig to sleep in their bed, Tori noted that it was only for one night when the pig was a baby and needed to cuddle, following the advice of its previous caretakers.

However, following an incident where the pig urinated in the bed, Dean declared, “The pig’s leaving the bed,” which led to the animal’s removal from their sleeping quarters.

Tori emphasized that “the animals and kids didn’t come between us in the bed,” dispelling rumors that suggested they were a factor in their sleeping arrangements.

Instead, Dean cited Tori’s habit of sleeping with the TV on as a reason for his departure from their shared bed. “I think I had the TV on for distraction, like, to distract from my life…So that’s what I was creating for myself. Because guess what? It’s funny. He’s no longer in my bed. No longer in the marriage,” Tori recounted.

This explanation comes shortly after Tori filed for divorce from Dean, citing irreconcilable differences after 18 years of marriage.

In her legal filings, Tori requested sole physical custody of their five minor children, proposing joint legal custody while suggesting that Dean’s visitation rights be determined at a later date.

Dean previously disclosed to the Daily Mail that their marriage had been strained for some time, with tensions escalating when they stopped sharing a bedroom. He attributed this change to Tori’s tendency to bring animals into their living quarters, including a pig, multiple dogs, and a chicken that resided in their bathroom.

Overwhelmed by the pets’ frequent accidents, Dean felt the need to establish a boundary for his own well-being, leading him to move to another room. “There were no efforts to sort of remedy the problem to get back into the room,” he reflected, noting how the gradual progression of their issues led to their current separation.


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