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Tori Spelling Is Feeling The Backlash From Her Fans Over Her New Show, “True Tori”

116034PCN_Tori02Yikes, it looks like things might have just gotten from bad to worse for Tori Spelling.

The reality television star and celebrity mama is not only having a hard time keeping her life together while off screen, but it looks like she’s not finding too many fans on screen either. The reality television star has been heavily criticized by her fans on her blog for airing out her dirty laundry and marital problems on her new show, True Tori.

Here’s just a little snippet of what some people have been saying:

Not all attention is good attention Tori. I feel sorry for you in a sad pathetic way. You are the first to show betrayal on tv reality but sadly as a early childhood educator I find it horrific that you would subject your children to this pitiful scene.

Another fan wrote:

I would never put my children through that publicly on a television show. That is out there forever now and not only do they have to put up with the turmoil of what’s happening to their parents but they will have to put up with being ridiculed by other kids.

And then there’s this:

Teaching your children about the validity of the media is a more valuable lesson than publicly depicting your life on national television. This teaches her children to be obsessed with what others think about them and not to be proud of who they are. It’s vile.

It looks like there aren’t many fans out there who agree with Tori about sharing details of her intimate sex life and marital woes with her husband Dean McDermott on national television. The first thought of course is that this type of exposure will not only embarrass them, but their children as well, as they might well be ridiculed at school for their parent’s action.

Tell us Babble readers, have you watched True Tori? Do you think her private therapy sessions with her husband over their sex life should be made public for the world to see? Let us know in the comments section!

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