Tori Spelling's new Lifetime reality show "True Tori" is delving into her husband Dean McDermott's cheating scandal, and Tori's not holding back any details.
"I miss having my best friend," said a tearful Tori on her way to see Dean in rehab. "That was just stripped from me. I had it for seven years and it was just gone one day."
"I feel really excited to see him and I feel like that's the wrong thing to say," Tori continued. "I feel like it makes me sound weak."
So what did she get for her hope? Her husband telling her she was bad in bed.
Psychotherapist Dr. Robi Ludwig, who does not treat Tori, has a warning for her.
"Once you share too much information, it's out of your control," said Dr. Ludwig, while at the same time acknowledging that their are potential perks to all the controversy.
"I'm sure she realizes from a business perspective, if she isn't bringing the dirty details of her life then she won't have a place as a celebrity anymore," said Dr. Ludwig.
Tori has a kids' clothing line and jewelry collection to tend to, but she's not the only one in the family with business ventures. Dean McDermott has a cookbook coming out in September called "The Gourmet Dad."
Lifetime's True Tori premieres tonight at 10 p.m. ET.