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Another One?! Dean McDermott & Tori Spelling Welcome Kid #5

Tori Spelling Dean McDermott New Child
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Nov. 24 2015, Updated 5:51 p.m. ET

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Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott have a new addition to their family.

But no, it's not another baby. The tumultuous couple just welcomed the actor's 17-year-old son, Jack, to their Los Angeles home, RadarOnline.com can reveal.

In an exclusive video interview with Radar, McDermott's ex-wife Mary Jo Eustace said their child moved in with his father and stepmother last month.

"I'm actually doing some work in Toronto right now, so Jack is staying with Dean," the celebrity chef and Scared Wheatless cookbook author, 53, revealed. "It's the first time he's lived with Dean since our divorce, like ten years ago."

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As Radar has reported, the former Chopped Canada host, 49, owes thousands of dollars in child support payments to Eustace for Jack's care, but she insists the father/son duo is working on their relationship.

"I think it's been really good for both of them. There's a lot of work that goes into being a teenager, and a lot of food!" she laughed. "I think it's really important. He needs his dad."

Eustace insists she keeps a "civil" relationship with McDermott, no matter the status of their financial dispute — and it's all for her "adorable" son, who runs Cross Country and works "really hard" in school.

But he won't be following his parents' footsteps by pursuing an entertainment career.

"No!" Eustace emphatically responded when asked if her son plans to head to Hollywood. "He wants to be an artist or a designer. He's really talented!"

Will Dean pay off his child support debt? Watch the video above, and sound off in the comments.

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