Tori Spelling eliminates Dean McDermott’s Christmas stocking

Dean McDermott is getting cut from Christmas in every which way.

Tori Spelling gave fans a glimpse at her family’s Christmas stockings via Instagram on Tuesday, and just like their holiday card, her husband is nowhere to be seen.

In two photos of Spelling’s stockings, which are, of course, an ad for a brand, there are only six sacks displayed – one for herself, and five for her and McDermott’s kids, Liam, 14, Stella, 13, Hattie, 10, Finn, 9, and Beau, 4.

“In the meantime, I’ll be making thoughtful, one-of-a-kind gifts for all our friends and family this year,” the former “Beverly Hills, 90210” star wrote in the caption.

Naturally, fans noticed McDermott’s continued absence from the festivities.

“Retired Dean’s stocking?” one inquired.

“Wish y’all would just announce deans gone,” another commented. “Separated, divorced, makes u puke, whatever the case, just say it truthfully. No stocking kinda speaks volumes so……”

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A third person asked, “Does this mean you are finally leaving your awful husband who never ever deserved you?!”

Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott
McDermott’s name was noticeably absent from photos of the family’s Christmas stockings.
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A rep for Spelling and McDermott did not immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.

Spelling and McDermott tied the knot in 2006, but their marriage has been far from blissful over the years.

It appears the latest divorce rumors may be taking a toll on McDermott, 55, who was photographed getting into fisticuffs while playing ice hockey on Monday.

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Speculation that the duo were breaking up began in March when Spelling, 48, was spotted sans wedding ring, and then increased in veracity when she revealed in June that they were sleeping in separate bedrooms.

A divorce also seemed imminent once Page Six published exclusive photos of an enraged Spelling standing outside of a lawyer’s office and holding a notepad that had bullet points about divorce.

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