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Tori Spelling's Husband Enters Rehab for 'Health and Personal Issues'

January 23, 2014 (11:52 pm) GMT
Without going into details on what kind of treatment he's receiving, the 47-year-old family man apologized to his wife and their kids.

's husband has entered rehab for "some health and personal issues". The 47-year-old has released a statement in which he apologized for causing pain to his family.

"I am truly sorry for the mistakes I have made and for the pain I've caused my family," McDermott told People. "I take full responsibility for my actions and have voluntarily checked myself into a treatment center to address some health and personal issues. I am grateful to be getting the help I need so I can become the husband and father my family deserves."

McDermott had been hit with cheating rumors in the past few months. A 28-year-old woman named Emily Goodhand from Toronto claimed that she met the reality star in December last year trhough mutual friends and had protected sex in his hotel room. "He said, 'I love my wife. I love her so much, but she won't sleep with me.' I didn't ask why because it was awkward," Goodhand said.

McDermott is reportedly receiving intense treatment but is allowed to visit his wife and kids at their house. He has two sons and two daughters with Spelling and a son from a previous marriage. "Their priority right now is their children," a source told People.

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