BY Erica Cortez-Araullo | Dec 10, 2014 08:11 PM EST
Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott's marriage problems are reportedly "torturing" the actor's teen son, Jack McDermott. According to a report from Hollywood Life, the distraught Jack McDermott even tweeted about cancelling "True Tori".
The 16-year-old son of Dean McDermott and his ex Mary Jo Eustace was initially supportive of "True Tori." The stepson of the former "Beverly Hills 90210" star was even featured during the reality series' November 11 episode.
Jack McDermott also helped his stepmother promote the show by previously posting tweets such as "One hour!!! Who's excited? #True Tori". The teen even exchanged compliments with Tori Spelling over Twitter, who says she is "proud" of her stepson.
However, having Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott's mounting marriage issues being played out on TV appeared to have taken its toll on Jack McDermott. He tweeted: "Having to hear about my family fall apart each week is torture."
"For the kids, for me, for this family, end the chaos," Tori Spelling's stepson pleaded.
Jack McDermott added another tweet: "Can't watch this anymore. Just cancel True Tori already...the bullshit needs to stop!"
While the documentation of Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott's marriage problems are already affecting Jack McDermott, an insider has explained why the Lifetime series is not likely to be cancelled.
An insider revealed, reported by Hollywood Life: "Tori relies on True Tori for income. There is absolutely no way she's going to cancel the show because of Jack."
The source added that Tori Spelling is allegedly upset over her stepson's Twitter rant. "She's also mortified that Jack would tweet something so negative about the show," said the source.
The insider explained that, aside from getting paid for "True Tori," the mother-of-four is unlikely to cancel the show that she believes is "helping her with her marriage."
"This is what Tori believes - that having their dirty laundry aired out in public is actually a positive thing," the insider revealed. "It holds everyone, especially Dean, more accountable for their actions."
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