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Téa Leoni doesn't much feel like being in the spotlight this week.
According to her rep, the leading lady has pulled out of her scheduled appearances at the Toronto International Film Festival, where she was going to be promoting her upcoming comedy Ghost Town.
Although no explanation was given, the dots are easily connected: David Duchovny, Leoni's husband of 11 years, revealed last week that he had checked into rehab to treat a sex addiction.
"I ask for respect and privacy for my wife and children as we deal with this situation as a family," Duchovny said in a statement Thursday. He and Leoni have two young children.
The Toronto fest kicks off Sept. 4, lasting until Sept. 13, and Ghost Town is slated to premiere Friday. The skeptic-sees-spooks comedy, costarring Ricky Gervais, hits theaters Sept. 19.