"True Tori" premiered on Lifetime with all the hype that one might expect of a docu-series based on the
cheating scandal surrounding Tori Spelling and her husband, Dean McDermott. But one big question was raised after the show premiered: Did Spelling make the entire story up?
Jezebel posted a well-researched expose arguing that Spelling might have faked the cheating scandal that prompted the Lifetime series. The site argues that the show's timeline doesn't match up to real-life events as chronicled in the press and the couple's own social media accounts; Spelling's relationships with paparazzi and Us Weekly don't make sense; and that the woman who McDermott supposedly slept with, Emily Goodhand, may not even be real.
Lifetime issued a comment to
Extra saying that the claims of a faked cheating scandal are "so false." But are you convinced? Watch the above clip from "True Tori" episode 2, and vote below whether you think the show is based on a lie.
"True Tori" airs Tuesdays at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Lifetime.