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Close One! Dean McDermott’s Angry Ex Drops Demand For Overdue Child Support

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Tori Spelling’s baby daddy won’t be heading to jail after all.

Dean McDermott’s ex-wife Mary Jo Eustace has dropped her demand for contempt of court after she claimed the deadbeat dad fell months behind on his more than $110,000 in child support and alimony debt.

“The Petitioner…requests the matter be dismissed,” a March 9 court filing in Los Angeles Superior Court reads. “The court finds good cause and matter is dismissed without prejudice; Order to Show Cause is discharged.”

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According to the papers, McDermott, 50, and Eustace — parents to 18-year-old son Jack — met during a recess during last week’s dramatic court hearing to discuss their difficulties and come to a conclusion.

The truce worked out in the father of six’s favor.

However, Eustace, 54, reserves the right to refile for contempt if McDermott resumes dodging his payments, the documents reveal.

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The former couple, who split when McDermott infamously cheated with now-wife Spelling, have had a tumultuous relationship for over a decade.

After a brief period of friendly relations, Eustace became furious with her ex’s wild spending, and proceeded to file papers in January.

Meanwhile, McDermott and Spelling, 43, welcomed baby #5, son Beau Dean, on March 2.

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