Emily Goodhand Photo: Tori Spelling Meets With Ex-Husband Charlie Shanian After Seeing Mistress' Photo [VIDEO]

1:27 PM EST 11/5/2014 by Lindsay Cronin, Celebeat Reporter

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Tori Spelling was seen meeting with her ex-husband, Charlie Shanian, on the latest episode of True Tori.

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Just weeks after the former Beverly Hills 90210 actress saw the first photo of her husband Dean McDermott's Canadian mistress, Emily Goodhand, Spelling had a sit down with the man she left for McDermott years ago.

Although Shanian was never actually seen on the show, Spelling told producers after their 2-hour church meeting that Shanian told her he had come to terms "with what others said publicly about our relationship, that I never loved him." According to a Nov. 5 report by Radar Online, Spelling said, “He’s a good man.”

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Prior to marrying McDermott, who cheated on her in Dec. 2013. Spelling was married to Shanian. The pair wed in 2004 and remained married until 2006, when Spelling cheated on him with McDermott, who was married to Mary Jo Eustace at the time.

Although things between Spelling and Shanian didn't end well, Spelling only had good things to say about her former husband on True Tori.

“It felt like someone you knew so well, someone you felt safe with, comfortable with, nurtured by and then it felt like a loss,” she said. “I remember how safe I felt with him — when I left, I just suddenly felt really alone and I don’t know why.”

Spelling and McDermott tied the knot less than one month after Spelling's divorce from Shanian was finalized.

True Tori airs on Lifetime every Tuesday night at 9 p.m.

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