Some families go to the movies together, but Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott have other ideas for nights out with the kids, like going to a UFC fight.
The controversial couple took Stella, 6, and Liam, 7, to the Staples Center in Los Angeles for the Ronda Rousey vs. Cat Zingana cage-fighting match. We guess it’s good they’re trying to do the “happy family” thing.
But the unconventional family night out has attracted a lot of criticism, with many people taking to Twitter to express their disgust at bringing young children to a violent UFC match.
. @Tori_Spelling omg you took your kids to a UFC fight? So not right..— Carol (@FrozenSicleGirl) March 1, 2015
. @Tori_Spelling omg you took your kids to a UFC fight? So not right..
Here's to the Worst Parents in Hollywood | http://t.co/Rno9C7dGyF http://t.co/VwHKvMRYMN via @fishwrapped— ღƸ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄ƷღIsabela (@isabeladobacci) March 3, 2015
Here's to the Worst Parents in Hollywood | http://t.co/Rno9C7dGyF http://t.co/VwHKvMRYMN via @fishwrapped
Dean also announced today he is leaving 'Chopped Canada' after two seasons, writing on his Instagram account, “It is with a heavy heart I announce I will no longer be the host of @ChoppedCanada Thank you to a great crew, judges and chefs. Thank you @FoodNetworkCa for the op. Onward and upward."
Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott with kids at UFC fight. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
The decision will no doubt be welcomed by Tori who begged him to quit the show after his affair with Emily Goodhand in 2013.
But he refused, telling his wife during the finale of the season, “I have a career that I have to sustain."
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Dean then said to the camera, “I’m leaving my wife and my family at a time that they really, really need me. I’m a different person. I’m changing."