Another co-star from the 1990s hit series Beverly Hills 90210 has spoken out against Tori Spelling’s personal life being displayed on her Lifetime show, True Tori.
In a new interview, Ian Ziering -- who played Steve Sanders on the hit '90s series -- eveals his feelings about what his former co-star is going through.
“It saddens me to see Tori going through all this pain [and] that there are kids involved. I have a tremendous amount of love for Tori and it's just sad. I'm sad,” he said.
“I don't know what to make of it. It's a train wreck, it's a train wreck!”
Unlike Ian and Jason Priestley, Tori remains close friends with Jennie Garth. The two star in the upcoming pilot 'Mystery Girls' together along with actor Miguel Pinzon.
While chatting with Access Hollywood Live, the 50-year-old actor, who stars in next month’s Sharknado 2, admitted to only watching clips of the show. But he still was able to get the general gist of what was going on.
“I'm just a witness and a bystander, like we all are. It's like, why is this even happening?” he added. “It’s a train wreck and you have to watch it…but I question the motives. Why? Why are you doing this? It just seems as [if] there is nothing sacred.”
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Even though Ian claims Tori “knows what she is doing” when it comes to her motives, new unseen footage from the documentary shows Tori having no clue how to make Dean happy and satisfy his needs.
"[Dean] was wanting more sex from me, he wanted more adventurous stuff. I was doing everything he wanted. That's why when this happened, it was such a slap in my face,” Tori reveals to her therapist after Dean walked out the room.
Watch the preview to 'True Tori: Confessions' before it airs June 10 and hear more of her TMI moments!
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