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Topic : 11/03 Shocking Accusations

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Created on : Friday, October 27, 2006, 02:27:37 pm
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Don't miss the first of a multi-part event so riveting, Dr. Phil needed three days to tell the whole story. Bonii, a desperate grandmother, sent Dr. Phil a video showing how her 3-year-old granddaughter, Kaylee, hysterically reacts when she returns from visits with her father, Jeremy. Bonii and her daughter Krista, Kaylee's mom, are accusing Jeremy of molesting Kaylee for the last year. Jeremy maintains his innocence, and says that Bonii and Krista are coaching Kaylee to say bad things about him. Both sides bring a video to prove their point. What does Dr. Phil think of the parents' actions? In a dramatic move, he calls a time-out during the middle of the show to have one-on-one conversations with each parent. Are Jeremy and Krista being honest with Dr. Phil? They agree to be put to the test. Dr. Phil vows to find out the truth, and make sure Kaylee has a safe home. Join the discussion and tell us what you think.

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October 27, 2006, 7:26 pm CDT

THANK YOU Dr. Phil!

 Dr. Phil, I appreciate what you are doing for my friends Bonii and Arthur.  My wife Kara and I watch your show regularly.  We think that everyone contemplating getting married and having a family should be forced by law to watch one year of Dr. Phil (and Judge Judy) episodes.  It would give people a proper perspective on what life is like in a relationship after the initial hormones have died down.

Thank you again from the bottom of my heart.

Regards,

David Lynch
 
October 28, 2006, 7:29 pm CDT

11/03 Shocking Accusations

I for one am so tired of hearing how kids in this country are treated. kids deserve to be treated with love and respect and parents who can't do this does not deserve children, and these innocent little ones do not need to be dragged in the middle of the selfish acts of their parents. Hope whoever is lieing here gets caught........................................................................
 
October 28, 2006, 7:34 pm CDT

11/03 Shocking Accusations

Quote From: okbiz_dot_ca

 Dr. Phil, I appreciate what you are doing for my friends Bonii and Arthur.  My wife Kara and I watch your show regularly.  We think that everyone contemplating getting married and having a family should be forced by law to watch one year of Dr. Phil (and Judge Judy) episodes.  It would give people a proper perspective on what life is like in a relationship after the initial hormones have died down.

Thank you again from the bottom of my heart.

Regards,

David Lynch
Well, thankfully some of us have a whole lot more sense and love and respect then to allow this crap to happen within our marriages and family life. marriage is wonderful and I am in one of the greastest marriages around. We may not be considered honeymooners, but even after almost 14 years of marriage we are going strong, it is possible to live in a happy, loving and lasting marriage, people represented on these shows only prove that selfishness, stupidity, and whatever else can ruin a marriage. too bad Dr, Phil doesn't get people on there who has had long lasting marriages but of course htey are not the ones who need a doctor................
 
October 28, 2006, 7:59 pm CDT

Thank you so much!!!!

Quote From: okbiz_dot_ca

 Dr. Phil, I appreciate what you are doing for my friends Bonii and Arthur.  My wife Kara and I watch your show regularly.  We think that everyone contemplating getting married and having a family should be forced by law to watch one year of Dr. Phil (and Judge Judy) episodes.  It would give people a proper perspective on what life is like in a relationship after the initial hormones have died down.

Thank you again from the bottom of my heart.

Regards,

David Lynch
Dr Phil, I just wanted to say Thank you so much for bringing this little girl's mother on your show. When our own court system seems to have failed this precious child you did not. I  just wanted you to know that I appreciate what you are doing, by bringing them on your show. So far you are the only one who has shown even a little bit of concern, besides Kaylee's family. I don't really know what to say right now. I just wanted to tell you, you seem to be a great guy, and thank you for at least bringing the parents on the show. I hope this all is settled soon, for Kaylee's sake. God Bless You!!!!
 
October 28, 2006, 9:58 pm CDT

About your upcoming show of

Dr. Phil, I am utterly shocked about what goes on in this world especially to "our" children. This world has become so evil and ugly it just depresses me so, to hear about children being either sexually, mentally, emotionally OR physically abused almost every day  I hear on the news. I do believe that our governemt should make the laws tougher on this kind of  sick people. I have a son who is in law-enforcement and he arrests men/womean for doing things like that to a child. It's horrible and sick!  Why won't our government make a stand against people like that? Why aren't there stiffer laws? The one assumption I can come up with is because there are judges who themselfs could be pedofiles or there are others that might be in our governement.  So if this guy is found guilty;  the court system should send him and everyone else like him to prison for life or on a deserted island where they could never have access to children again!  Once a pedofile always a pedofile, there is no cure! Then the government could waste more money by dropping them food on this island by airplane.
 
October 29, 2006, 3:32 am CST

Updates?

Will we find out in this episode the results of last week's shocking episode of accusations where one sister accused the other sister of allowing her husband to continue in his porn addiction.  Think the woman's name was Cristy.
 
October 29, 2006, 3:59 am CST

the Child lives with the results of the situation

When my child was young - 2 years old - my ex-husband and I had a very distressing divorce. We were in and out of court. There was a lot of abuse that went on towards the child. The court seemed to not understand the trauma that this can inflict upon a child. This was many years ago and there was no Dr. Phil and there was no one to help me. We fought on and off for years. The last time we went to court, my child was 11 years old. The court finally helped me. But - it had taken years.

 

The worst thing, though, is that all of the abuse and court battles hurt my child SO MUCH. An adult now - all of the problems that we, as parents had - have changed his life.

 

There is SO much wrong with the court system. The thing is that if anyone of the parents is lying, then they are just setting this child up for a lifetime of trying to get over what is happening in her life now. This is so traumatic and defiling for a little child.

 

No matter what happens - the child is the one to get hurt. The child will carry the consequences of the abuse with her for her whole life. She will have the task of overcoming these things that have happened to her. They can change her personality and her ability to function.

 

I would BEG the parents to stop fighting, come to their senses and work this out. If there is sexual abuse - then the child should not be in the father's care. The mother has no other choice but to try and help her child. If the father has in any way touched the child inappropriately - PLEASE stop the fight - and tell the truth. You could be setting your child up for a life time of trying to overcome what has happened.

 

The child is the one who will get hurt. Believe me, there is no other end.

 

Please think of the child.

 

 

 
October 29, 2006, 4:09 am CST

Sexual Child Abuse Accusations

As someone who has a little knowledge and experience concerning this subject matter (www.abuse-excuse.com/ae_vita.html), and who has appeared on Dr. Phil's show, let me say that we don't decide if these allegations are true or false by reading tarot cards or tea leaves. In fact, polygraphs, while they can be persuasive to police officers in cases of criminal interference, for the most part are legally inadmissible in court. Their results vary widely dependent upon the polygraph examiner (should be DODPI certified) and the type of test (lafayette v. axciton).

 

Children as young as 3 & 1/2 can give salient details of molestation. Children this young do have the cognitive capacity to distinguish truth from lie. In addition, children this young can be very suggestible and impressionable, and they can be easily conditioned, indoctrinated, brainwashed, poisoned and coached to say things that please their interviewer.

 

Especially, if the interview is suggestive and leading and is not conducted in a structured manner. A parent who is alienating a child from another parent, wielding that child as ammunition (e.g. in a contentious custody battle), or a professional who is not privy to sound forensic child interview techniques, could use scripting, guided imagery, stereotype induction, closed-ended questions, anatomical dolls, puppets drawings, toys, cake, or candy or other means of positive reniforcement to unilaterally cajole a child into saying things that are not true.

 

Dr. Stephen Ceci's book - Jeopardy in the Courtroom - is the seminal book in this area of child suggestibility- as he conducted scores of scientific studies to prove that young kids can be easily manipulated. The first and foremost indicator that points to a reliable and valid child outcry or disclosure of sexual abuse is a contemporaneous or spontaneous report from the alleged child victim. Any possible contaminant such as  divorce, custody battle, parental discord, therapy, et al, can influence the reliability, credibility, and validity of the child's fresh complaint.

 

 

 

 
October 29, 2006, 4:27 am CST

they waited a year?

If I suspected someone was molesting my toddler one day, the police would be over that DAY, NOT A YEAR LATER. It's better to protect your child and be wrong than to do nothing about it. If you suspected something is wrong, and police decide it's not molestation, then you have other things to investigate, because something else must be wrong. I just don't understand why anyone would wait a year. The welfare of your children should instinctively be your number one priority especially when they're under 18, under 10, under 5 for GOD's sakes. I hope that every single episode in that one year period they have photos and hospital records and counseling records.
 
October 29, 2006, 5:48 am CST

Who to believe?

Quote From: amber9481

Dr Phil, I just wanted to say Thank you so much for bringing this little girl's mother on your show. When our own court system seems to have failed this precious child you did not. I  just wanted you to know that I appreciate what you are doing, by bringing them on your show. So far you are the only one who has shown even a little bit of concern, besides Kaylee's family. I don't really know what to say right now. I just wanted to tell you, you seem to be a great guy, and thank you for at least bringing the parents on the show. I hope this all is settled soon, for Kaylee's sake. God Bless You!!!!
This is such a scary story. Which parent are we to believe is telling the truth? It is so, so , so sad that this little girl has to go through anything like this. I pray that God will protect her and the outcome will be in the best interest of this child.
 
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