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