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Tori Admits She'll Be To Blame If Hubby Dean Cheats Again On 'Kocktails With Khloe'

Feb. 11 2016, Updated 7:19 p.m. ET

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Tori Spelling doesn't regret standing by her man after his 2013 cheating scandal— but if he does it again, she knows she's the one to blame.

The reality star, 42, opened up about her troubled hubby Dean McDermott last night on Kocktails with Khloe.

"We had to start over. The relationship was broken into a million pieces," she confessed to hostess Khloe Kardashian, who recently admitted her estranged husband Lamar Odom cheated on her for the duration of their four-year marriage.

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Though some fans criticized her for sticking with McDermott, Spelling says she kept divorce papers at bay for their four children, and the life they built together over seven years of marriage.'

"I had to account for the love I had for this man, and the relationship we had," she explained to a nodding Kardashian, 31.

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"I think just because someone makes a mistake, it's really hard to throw that all away," Spelling continued. "And if they make the mistake again, it's on you, I think."

But two years after McDermott confessed to having a fling with a Canadian woman, Spelling and McDermott are still struggling, RadarOnline.com recently revealed.

In fact, the unemployed actor is "hitting on girls when he goes out," a source claimed. "He's constantly pointing out 'hot' girls."

The frustrated Spelling "no longer thinks Dean is the love of her life," said the insider, adding that she now wishes she never left first husband Charlie Shanian. "She regrets having an affair with Dean behind her ex's back. She feels bad for what she did."

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