Tori Spelling Writes Open Letter To Tabloid Amid Divorce Rumors

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Spelling says she's content with her four kids.
Tori Spelling and her husband Dean McDermott are not in the middle of a $300 million dollar divorce, according to the former 90210 star herself.

In a furious open letter published on her website Thursday, Spelling shot down Star’s cover story, citing her six-year-old son as the reason for speaking out.

“My son Liam is turning 6 in a couple weeks,” Spelling, age, writes. “His proudest achievement so far in his young life is that he is learning to read. Until now, when that pride turned to sorrow thanks to Star magazine.”

“He was able to read two things out loud, the word DIVORCE (which he proudly sounded out) and the caption above his picture which read ‘Who will get the kids?'” She continues. “He became terrified. I had to hurry him and his confused 4-year-old sister Stella out of the grocery store and into our car. By the time he was fastening himself into his car seat he was asking, ‘Why is someone getting us?? Where are you and Dad going?’ He was anxiously biting his lower lip and his big blue eyes were filled with tears.”

“My heart sank. How would I explain to my children that what these 3 writers who have never even met us but who claim to know the ins and outs of our relationship and have proudly put their names on this article are flat out writing lies?”

Read the full letter here.

In the March 11 cover story, Star alleges that McDermott had cheated on Spelling and taunted her about her weight.

“You want to make inaccurate low blows at someone Star? Go for me! I can handle it. I always have. But don’t do it to a man that has done nothing but loved me and our children,” Spelling writes.

“Next week they’ll be reporting about some other couple splitting or someone having a breakdown and this will ‘have passed,'” Spelling ultimately concludes. “And, Dean and I will continue to love each other and our babies and be grateful for the lives we have. I know that. But, our children should never have to bear witness to lies and fabrications that affect their lives so that a media outlet can make money. That will always be wrong!”

Spelling and McDermott were married in 2006. They have four children together.