LeAnn Rimes Ex-Husband Dean Sheremet Calls Her Affair a ‘F**king Disaster’

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When country singer LeAnn Rimes was first caught cheating on then-husband Dean Sheremet with her Lifetime movie co-star Eddie Cibrian, it was a huge scandal.

Eventually Rimes and Cibrian justified dumping their spouses — Sheremet and Brandi Glanville — because their love couldn’t be denied.

Finally, in an interview with Natalie Thomas of Nat’s Next Adventure, Sheremet talks about the scandal and the end of the marriage.

“He [Cibrian] was a good-looking guy. I just remember being like, ‘Oh, God, just another one of those Hollywood pretty boys.’ If you’re in a room with him, he’s probably one of the most charming people you’ll ever meet. But I wouldn’t trust him as far as I could throw this fucking table … he just felt like one of those guys from the beginning. A total schmoozer. Very Hollywood. I never bought his schtick. But I wasn’t worried,” explained Sheremet.

In the interview Sheremet admitted that they were a “great team” but thinks her career tanked after divorcing him, “When we were working together, we were brilliant. The dumbest thing she ever did for her career was divorce me. Because we were such a good team. The last hit song she had was when she was with me.”

During filming of the movie Northern Lights, Sheremet got sick and had to leave Canada and to seek treatment in the U.S. for a week. When he returned to set, he remembers, “There was this bar that everyone hung out at after set and I remember coming down the stairs and seeing the two of them shooting pool together. I could just tell by the body language that everything had changed. She’s shooting pool, shooting tequila, in a tight tank, tight jeans, over the knee boots and she’s standing across from him, playing with the pool cue.” Recalls Sheremet, “All of a sudden, there was a huge shift. My stomach dropped. I literally felt like I got hit.”

Ironically, Sheremet says, they’d “just celebrated our seven-year itch party. The long-running line was, ‘This wasn’t us,'” he explains. “And then it fucking became us!” Sheremet adds, “Even though there was tension, we were still talking about the next chapter, about starting a family. I remember feeling earlier on like, ‘I can’t wait till 30. We’ll have a kid, slow down a bit.’ Cut to it being a fucking disaster.”

The rest is history.