Dean McDermott’s ex, Mary Jo Eustace, believes Tori Spelling is in desperate need of rehab!
In an exclusive interview with ‘In Touch Weekly,’ Mary Jo paints a disturbing picture of Tori’s life behind the scenes, which she witnessed while spending time with the family and filming for their show, ‘True Tori.’
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“Sadly, now I actually know what goes on behind the scenes in their home and that is even more tragic than what makes it on camera,” Mary Jo claims in the new issue of ‘In Touch,’ on newsstands now. “Tori needs rehab more than him.”
She says she accepted Tori and her ex-husband’s invitation to appear on ‘True Tori,’ “to rewrite the narrative that I was the older, bitter wife,” Mary Jo tells ‘In Touch.’ “I wanted to show how we as a blended family could move forward and be civil and respectful.”
Dean’s ex-wife, Mary Jo Eustace. Photo courtesy of Getty.
But she explains that what she saw was disturbing — including fighting in front of the kids and Tori’s notoriously cluttered house.
“She needs serious help for the hoarding issue — she’s admitted her kids aren’t even fazed by her extended hospital stays anymore. And all their fighting in front of the children — it’s so dark.”
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Mary Jo tells ‘In Touch’ that she also witnessed Tori’s crippling insecurity during Hattie’s birthday party — obsessing over her mom Candy’s interaction with Mary Jo.
“Tori came up to me in a panic and said, ‘What were you talking to my mother about? My mother takes all my friends.’ It was so incredibly sad and disconcerting,” she tells ‘In Touch.’ “She needs counseling to stop blaming her parents for her issues and take responsibility for the things that got her in this situation.”
For the full interview with Dean’s ex, pick up the new issue of ‘In Touch,’ on newsstands now!