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Too Raw? Website Promoting Extramarital Affairs BANNED From Airing Commercial During Tori Spelling & Cheating Hubby’s Reality Show

Lifetime/Ashley Madison
Lifetime/Ashley Madison

There are some advertising dollars Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott‘s reality TV show just don’t want — and a website promoting extramarital affairs is one of them, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.

Even though the couple is airing their dirty laundry on a Lifetime docu-series True Tori for all to see, the network behind the show rejected a commercial from Ashley Madison.

According to a spokesperson, AshleyMadison.com founder Noel Biderman is “fuming” over the rejection.

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“Lifetime is being totally hypocritical in refusing to air our commercial, all while exploiting Dean’s adulterous ways for profit and entertainment value,” Biderman told Radar.

Radar exclusively obtained the never-before-seen promo created specifically for True Tori, and it can be seen below:


On April 25 Lifetime emailed the infidelity website stating they have issue with “the website and what it is for” and have rejected their G-rated ad.

As Radar has been reporting, McDermott, 47, cheated on his wife of seven years with a 28-year-old woman when he was in Toronto filming Chopped Canada.

McDermott and Spelling didn’t publicly acknowledge the cheating scandal until they decided to produce a six-episode docu-series following their effort to save their marriage after McDermott’s release from a rehab treatment center where he was addressing “health and personal reasons.”

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It was revealed in the series premiere that McDermott has struggled with a long-time addiction to drugs and alcohol.

Do you think it was hypocritical of Lifetime to ban the Ashley Madison ad? Sound off in the comments below

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