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Tori Spelling escapes to Disneyland with kids amid Dean McDermott cheating scandal

USMagazine, Monday, January 13, 2014, 4:10pm (PST)
  • Where better to forget your troubles than at the Happiest Place on Earth? Tori Spelling left her personal problems at home and headed to Fantasyland -- literally -- to spend a day bonding with her four children, Liam, 6, Stella, 5, Hattie, 2, and Finn, 16 months.

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    The 40-year-old "Beverly Hills, 90210" alumna took her brood -- and her friends the Guncles, Scout Masterson and Bill Horn, and their daughter Simone -- to Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif., on Jan. 11. While there, they went for a spin aboard the park's Dumbo the Flying Elephant ride, described as "a fanciful flight above Fantasyland."

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    The actress could certainly use a little fanciful fun these days. As Us Weekly exclusively revealed in its cover story on Jan. 6, the reality star's husband, Dean McDermott, 47, recently cheated on his wife of seven years with a woman named Emily Goodhand.

    "He told me he and Tori had a sexless marriage," Goodhand told Us of her tryst with the Chopped Canada host at the Fairmont Royal York Hotel in Toronto, Canada, on Dec. 6. "I believed him."

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    Spelling, for her part, has put on a brave face for the public -- even posing with McDermott in a Christmas picture and adopting a new puppy with her kids -- but a source told Us Weekly she was "devastated" to find out about the affair. "Tori went nuts and has been saying she may leave him," the insider said.

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