Dean McDermott’s son Jack decided to speak out in his father’s defense after McDermott’s new podcast with ex-wife Mary Jo Eustace fell apart after just two episodes.
Jack, 24, took to Instagram in a since-deleted post after his father, 56, left the Ex’s & Uh-Ohs podcast and his mother, 60, decided to do the third episode alone, writing: “Due I can no longer remain silent about my mother’s recent decision to spread information about my father, stepmother and siblings.
“For 17 years my father has been paying for mistakes he made in the past,” he added when Dean left Mary Jo for Tori Spelling, 49, later pleading with his mother, “Please avoid, our family dynamic.” additional burden.’
Father’s side: Dean McDermott’s son Jack, 24, decided to speak out in defense of his father after McDermott’s podcast with ex-wife Mary Jo Eustace fell apart after just two episodes
Jack began his post by saying he preferred to stay out of the spotlight since his parents split. McDermott was married to Eustace for 13 years. Jack was just seven years old when Dean left Mary Jo for his Mind Over Murder co-star Tori in 2005.
“Since my parents’ divorce in 2006, I’ve rarely spoken up as I’ve preferred to stay out of it. Unfortunately, due to my mother’s recent decision to spread information about my father, stepmother and siblings, I can no longer remain silent.
“About a week ago my dad made the decision to retire from his podcast with my mom. He decided to leave due to negative comments about our family and constant attempts to defame his character.
Over: Jack took to Instagram in a since-deleted post after his father, 56, left the Ex’s & Uh-Ohs podcast and his mother, 60, decided to do the third episode alone, claiming Dean was because of gone negative comments about our family’
“He also decided to leave because the show’s producer betrayed his trust and leaked private information,” explained Jack.
“For 17 years, my father has atoned for mistakes he made in the past. He’s grown a lot as a person. Our two families were there until a week ago [sic] live in harmony. With this podcast, he drove a wedge between our two families and created a rift that I can’t mend. Unfortunately, I’m not sure if it can be,’ he continued.
He concluded by saying he hopes everyone who listens to the podcast will take the information “with a grain of salt.”
Protective: “Due to my mother’s recent decision to share information about my father, stepmother and siblings, I can no longer remain silent,” Jack wrote; McDermott with wife Tori Spelling, 49, and four of their five children
Jack also made a request to his mother, writing: “I ask that you respect me and my blended family. Please avoid adding additional strain to our family dynamics.”
“The last few years have been nothing but peace and happiness and I ask that we continue to try to keep it that way,” he said at the end of his statement.
Jack’s testimony came after Eustace did a third episode of the podcast without Dean last week and discussed what she thought went wrong.
She claimed that it was another interview the two did together to promote the show that caused the fallout.
No drama: “For 17 years, my father has been paying for mistakes he made in the past,” he added, later pleading with his mother, “Please avoid adding additional strain to our family dynamic.”
In the interview, Dean and Mary Jo were asked how she discovered his affair with Tori Spelling after the duo met while filming a 2005 Lifetime movie.
“We were on a family vacation with another couple and that other couple ended up selling the story to all the tabloids … Dean was aloof during the vacation. I said, “Have you met anyone?” He said, “Yes.” I said, “Was it Tori?” I said, “Have you slept with her?” He said yes.” He said, “She’s my soulmate, we love each other.”
Frustrated by the story being revisited, Dean decided to leave the interview, reportedly telling Eustace on Thanksgiving night that he was also leaving the podcast.
Mary Jo will continue the podcast alone and said: “We wish Dean love and light and who knows maybe there will be another reunion here. That’s what we have left and there’s no way we’re giving that up [podcast].’
How They Were: McDermott was married to Eustace for 13 years. Jack was just seven years old when Dean left Mary Jo in 2005 for his Mind Over Murder co-star Tori Spelling
Consistent: Following Jack’s post, a source told PEOPLE, ‘I’m sure it’s very hurtful for Mary Jo to hear her son speak negatively of her ‘a loving and consistent parent’; Pictured with Jack in 2008
Following Jack’s post, a source told PEOPLE: “I’m sure it’s very hurtful for Mary Jo to hear her son speak negatively of her. Unfortunately, the facts stand that it was Dean who was unfaithful and left Mary Jo and the children and then unfaithful to Tori again.
“It was Mary Jo who did 90 percent of the upbringing and was a loving and consistent mother. Aside from that, she respects Jack’s right to express himself. And always will.’
Dean and Spelling share sons Liam, 15, Finn, 10, and Beau, 5, and daughters Stella, 14, and Hattie, 11.
Last year, the couple sparked divorce rumors after Dean wasn’t featured on the annual Christmas card, a few months after the star revealed they were having marital troubles.
The couple recently made a very rare sighting along with their children while watching Hollywood Horror Nights at Universal Studios in Los Angeles in October, after it was claimed in June that they were going to have a “trial breakup” after many ups and downs depths.
Big family: In June, it was claimed Dean and Tori were going through a trial split after going through many ups and downs in their marriage. The couple share sons Liam, 15, Finn, 10, and Beau, 5, and daughters Stella, 14, and Hattie, 11; Pictured 2018
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https://www.soundhealthandlastingwealth.com/celebrity/dean-mcdermotts-son-jack-defends-him-and-accuses-mom-mary-jo-eustace-of-adding-strain-to-family/ Dean McDermott’s son Jack defends him and accuses mother Mary Jo Eustace of putting additional strain on the family