I'm sure that at some point while writing her new book Mary Jo Eustace came to the conclusion that she was much better off without the king of the douches Dean McDermott aka Mr. Tori Spelling. It is because of that realization that she only slammed Dean and Tori just a little in her new book. In one portion of the book she describes how she met with Tori personally to beg her not to break up her marriage.
“I told her I thought (her) behavior thus far had been the height of insensitivity and rudeness. I tried to explain that we were a real family, with a new baby and a substantial history, and there were serious consequences to all of this…
“The toughest moment was when my husband kept calling her to see how the meeting was going. She told him it was 'going great' and joked that we were quickly becoming 'soul mates.' I left the room on that one.”
Wow. Dean wasn't calling his own wife for status updates, but was instead calling his future meal ticket. I think Mary Jo shows a lot of restraint in this passage. I'm sure she is happy as hell now that he is out of her life, but at the time this meeting with Tori took place she must have been just devastated. What was Dean expecting his wife and Tori to decide? Was he having Tori end his own marriage for him? Did he think Mary Jo would give her blessing after she sat down with Tori? There are few people in the celebrity world I dislike more than Paris Hilton, but Dean McDermott is right there neck and neck with her. When Tori finally wakes up or finds some new boy toy and dumps Dean, I think he will fade faster than Lindsay Lohan's career.