Woman Says Teenage Trauma And Alcohol Dependence Are Ruining Her Life

Amber says she’s been dealing with loss and trauma since she was a child. The 40-year-old claims she was raised in an abusive home (which her parents deny). At age 14 her (then) boyfriend murdered her friend. As an adult, Amber has lost her marriage, her home, her career – and custody of her two children.

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Her parents, Larry and Vickie, and her ex-husband, Bo, all claim Amber abuses alcohol and behaves erratically. Amber says she’s been hospitalized in a state mental health facility eight times – and never received the help she needed.

On Thursday’s episode, when Dr. Phil asks Amber if she believes she’s mentally ill she responds, “Without a shadow of a doubt.”

“Your mental and emotional adjustment is interfering with the pursuit of your goals in your life,” says Dr. Phil.

“It’s ruining my life,” says Amber, who also acknowledges a dependence on alcohol. “I personally believe that my biggest addiction is love addiction – because I have done AA and other programs – but I use the alcohol to self-medicate, for sure.”

Amber says she wants help to get her life back on track. What are Dr. Phil’s recommendations? Tune in to the conclusion of this two-part Dr. Phil airing Thursday.

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Why A Woman Who Lost Her Marriage, Home, Kids, And Career Says She Blames Her Parents

Woman Says She Still Feels Guilty Over The Murder Of Her Friend At Her Teenage Boyfriend’s Hands Over 25 Years Ago

Amber says when she was 14, she dated a boy who eventually murdered her best friend. “Robert lived down the street from me. The very first day I kissed him, he proceeded to rape me,” claims the (now) 40-year-old.

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She claims he convinced her that it was her fault – so she agreed to stay with him. The next year, she says, her friend, Catrina, went missing. “They started the process of getting him convicted before her body was ever found because he had also raped several other women, so he was already behind bars,” says Amber adding that he eventually got life in prison.

Amber says she felt tremendous guilt over her friend’s murder. “I felt like I should have been the one to die and not her because she was an only child. I had three other siblings, and frankly, my parents weren’t paying attention to me anyway.”

Why does Amber say she never received the therapy she needed to get past the trauma – and how does she say she believes it continues to affect her today? Tune in Thursday for part two of this two-part Dr. Phil.

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Dr. Phil To Guest Who Says She Still Feels Guilty Over Friend’s Murder 25 Years Ago: ‘Your Self-Esteem Is So Low – You Couldn’t Go Lower’

Dr. Phil To Guest Who Says She Still Feels Guilty Over Friend’s Murder 25 Years Ago: ‘Your Self-Esteem Is So Low – You Couldn’t Go Lower’

Vickie and Larry say their daughter, Amber, has lost her business, lost her marriage, and lost custody of her two children. They claim Amber suffers from ongoing mental health issues, abuses alcohol and blames them for sabotaging her life.

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“My spirit has been crushed, and if we don’t fix it right now, I’m going to end up homeless on the side of the street,” says Amber, who says she was raped 25 years ago at age 14. A year later, the (now) 40-year-old saw her (then) boyfriend sent to prison for murdering a friend.

Amber says she’s been in and out of the state hospital eight times in the past eight years. She says not only did she not receive the therapy she needed to get past the trauma she suffered as a teenager; but also claims that she grew up in an abusive home, which Vickie and Larry deny.

“Your self-esteem is so low you couldn’t go lower. You can’t fall off the floor,” Dr. Phil tells her in part two of a two-part episode airing Thursday.

Does Amber say she believes she’s mentally ill?

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Woman Says Teenage Trauma And Alcohol Dependence Are Ruining Her Life

Why A Dad Says His Ex-Wife Only Has Supervised Visitation With Their Kids

Amber claims her divorce in 2009 was so horrible – that it devastated every aspect of her life. The 40-year-old mother of two says she’s been hospitalized several times for ongoing mental health issues.

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Amber’s ex-husband, Bo, who has custody of their two children, currently has a protective order against her due to what he describes as her “delusional” behaviors.

“You know, she, she’ll say ‘I’m gonna take a holistic approach and I don’t need my medication.’ And then she’ll start drinking and – then she’ll start an episode and fixate on something – and it’ll get more and more out of hand,” he says on Thursday’s Dr. Phil, “And then she’s – she’s just not even Amber anymore.”

Bo claims his ex-wife drank heavily, even while they were married. And, he claims, their kids have witnessed a number of incidents involving their mother – including Amber trying to burn her wedding dress during a fight, and confronting a police officer at their home earlier this year. Because of her behaviors says Bo, the children don’t always want to spend time with their mom.

“You know, they’re 13 and 14 now, this all started when they were about five and six. They’ve kind of grown up with it, I don’t try to hide things from them anymore, I tell them…I tell them the truth, I think they’re old enough to, to handle things. I tell them, this is a sickness, she didn’t choose this. I still encourage the kids to see her. And it’s just that they have to be supervised now.”

What does Amber say triggered the incident that resulted in Bo taking out a restraining order against her? And why does her mother, Vickie, say she wonders whether Amber’s problems stem from a teenage trauma that never got dealt with? Part two of this two-part Dr. Phil airs Thursday.

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Woman Says She Still Feels Guilty Over The Murder Of Her Friend At Her Teenage Boyfriend’s Hands Over 25 Years Ago

Woman Claims Her Parents Had Her Committed Eight Times

Claiming Amber drinks too much and sometimes behaves erratically, Vickie and Larry say their daughter blames them for everything bad that has happened to her since her divorce, eight years ago.

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Amber claims she was raised in an abusive home (which her parents deny), and says they had her committed to a state mental health facility – eight times.

“I think you’re a good person in a bad place – but I don’t think you’re crazy,” Larry tells Amber on Thursday’s episode. The three join Dr. Phil to discuss various incidents from the past several years they say have fostered chaos and dysfunction in their family.

What does Dr. Phil mean when he tells the family “This is stereo dysfunction?”

And why does Amber say she believes her ex-husband, Bo, “did the best he could with the cards that he was dealt?” Part two of this two-part Dr. Phil airs Thursday.

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Why A Dad Says His Ex-Wife Only Has Supervised Visitation With Their Kids

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Why A Woman Who Lost Her Marriage, Home, Kids, And Career Says She Blames Her Parents

Forty-year-old Amber says since her divorce from ex-husband, Bo, eight years ago – she’s hit rock bottom. She’s lost everything; including her home, her business – and custody of her children. And she claims her parents, Vickie and Larry, are to blame. Amber claims they sabotaged her by refusing to help her finance her company and telling the courts she was an unfit mother – and had her committed to the state hospital. She’s also claiming she grew up in an abusive home.

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Vickie and Larry deny Amber was abused as a child, and say she’s only making the accusation because she’s angry that they won’t give her money. The couple admits they testified against their daughter in a custody hearing and had her evaluated by mental health professionals (who recommended hospitalization) claiming she was drinking heavily and behaving irrationally at the time.

Watch the video above for a recap of Wednesday’s Dr. Phil, then tune in to Thursday’s episode to learn what harrowing event Amber says happened to her as a teenager that continues to haunt her today.

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Woman Claims Her Parents Had Her Committed Eight Times

Woman Who Says She Lost Her Marriage, Her Business, And Custody Of Her Kids Admits – She’s Made Some Poor Decisions

Amber says her life spiraled out of control after her divorce. That was eight years ago. Since then, she says she’s lost her business, had two failed relationships, several arrests, lost custody of her children – and spent time in a state mental health facility.

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Amber says she blames her parents and her “abusive” childhood for her poor choices as an adult. But her parents say she wasn’t abused growing up, and they didn’t cause her problems. They claim it’s her excessive drinking and erratic thinking that get her in to trouble.

In part one of this two-part Dr. Phil airing Wednesday, Dr. Phil takes Amber through a list of events from the past several years that he says he considers to be “self-destructive behaviors.”

Amber admits to burning her wedding dress in front of her children, and to trashing a boyfriend’s house on Christmas Eve.

“It was a poor decision,” admits Amber. But why does she say she did it?

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Couple Claims Their Daughter Started ‘Acting Irrational’ Following Her Divorce

Woman’s Parents Refute Allegation That She Grew Up In An ‘Abusive Home’

Vickie and Larry claim their 40-year-old daughter, Amber, is a heavy drinker who suffers from mental health issues. They say she started drinking heavily when she divorced eight years ago; then lost custody of her kids, and finally, her business went under.

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Amber is claiming she grew up in an abusive home and says her parents are to blame for the turn her life has taken.

“Growing up, my family was in complete chaos. My dad would spank me; he even whipped me with a belt.” Amber also claims that her father punched her in the face, and was physically abusive of Vickie.

Her parents adamantly deny any abuse ever occurred.

“Amber completely exaggerates the past,” says Vickie who insists her husband’s discipline was not abusive in any way. “Amber lies about things just to get back at us.”

Larry says the reason Amber is claiming she was abused is that they’re not supporting her financially. “The worse her financial situation gets, the worse her childhood gets.”

In part one of a two-part Dr. Phil airing Wednesday, Amber claims she was “robbed” of her childhood, and that’s affected her relationships as an adult.

How does her brother, Cody, respond to Amber’s accusations that their father was physically abusive?

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People Handle Tragedy In Different Ways,’ Says Man Confirming His Sister ‘Really Struggled’ After Her Divorce

Dr. Phil To Guest With Traumatic Past: ‘I Don’t Want You To Be A Victim – I Want You To Be A Victor’

Eight years ago Amber lost her marriage, her home, her job, – and eventually – custody of her children in a divorce she says left her devastated. In the years since her split from ex-husband, Bo, Amber says she was committed to a mental health facility, lost her new business, and has had several run-ins with the law; all of which she says have contributed to her mounting depression.

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“I’m in a mess,” says Amber. “And I will say this – being in a hospital and the legal issues that I recently had to deal with; once I spiraled I spiraled quick – and it’s hard to get out. I feel like I can’t breathe, but I also feel like I can’t keep going looking for happiness in the same place I lost it.” The 40-year-old says it’s her parents’ fault that she makes poor decisions because – she claims – she grew up in an abusive home.

Amber’s mother, Vickie, and Father, Larry, adamantly deny that she was abused in any way. They claim Amber is where she is today because she drinks too much and behaves irrationally. But Amber says she wants her parents to “own some accountability” for how her life has turned out.

In part one of a two-part episode airing Wednesday, Dr. Phil tells Amber, “I don’t want you to be a victim, I want you to be a victor. And in order to do that you need to pull your head out, look and see things clearly. You are accountable for you. They can’t fix this for you.”

What does Amber say she needs to do to get her life back on track and be a better mother to her children?

Click here to find out where you can watch Wednesday’s Dr. Phil. Then tune in to Thursday’s show for part two of this two-part episode, when Amber’s ex-husband, Bo, weighs in.

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Why A Mom Says She’s Not Currently Fit To Take Care Of Her Own Kids

Why A Mom Says She’s Not Currently Fit To Take Care Of Her Own Kids

Amber claims she lost custody of her two children because her parents felt she was an unfit mother.

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Vickie and Larry admit they testified against their daughter in court. They’re claiming that after her divorce, Amber was drinking heavily and began behaving irrationally. They say it was her “erratic” thinking and behaviors after she started a new business that sparked their concern; prompting them to have her evaluated by mental health professionals, who they say recommended admitting Amber to a state mental health facility.

Amber says it was that first hospital stay that caused her life to spiral out of control. “Once I was in that mental hospital, once I’m in the system it’s very difficult to defend yourself and – I’ll tell you this too – I didn’t have any more money to fight.”

Since then, says Amber, she’s lost jobs, had two failed relationships, several arrests, and one incident earlier in 2017, that resulted in her ex-husband, Bo, being granted a restraining order against her for the next two years.

In part one of a two-part Dr. Phil airing Wednesday, Amber admits she doesn’t think she is currently fit to take care of her children. “I’ve got to get back on top of my mental health and my finances before I can help my kids.”

What does Dr. Phil tell Amber she needs to do to get her life back on track?

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Woman Who Says She Lost Her Marriage, Her Business, And Custody Of Her Kids Admits – She’s Made Some Poor Decisions

Woman’s Parents Say They Testified Against Her In Court To Protect Their Grandchildren

Vickie claims her 40-year-old-daughter, Amber, threatened her ex-husband, and now she’s not allowed to be within 500 feet of him and has only supervised visitation with her two children.

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“Amber called the police just so she could evict Bo from his house and take back custody of the children. Based on the police report, Amber was there wanting into the house. Bo explained to the policeman that she did not reside there; she had no custody of the children. Amber refused to leave.”

Vickie and Amber’s father, Larry, admit they testified in court that Amber is an unfit mother to protect their grandchildren. “We would do the same thing again,” says Larry.

The couple claims their daughter is a heavy drinker with a history of mental health issues who started spiraling out of control during her divorce eight years ago.

What does Amber admit she did in front of her children during her divorce, and why did she vow to use social media to “destroy” her parents’ reputation? Part one of this two-part Dr. Phil airs Wednesday. On Thursday’s episode, hear what Amber’s ex-husband, Bo, says he tells their children about “mommy’s sickness.”

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Dr. Phil To Guest With Traumatic Past: ‘I Don’t Want You To Be A Victim – I Want You To Be A Victor’

‘People Handle Tragedy In Different Ways,’ Says Man Confirming His Sister ‘Really Struggled’ After Her Divorce

Amber says she blames her parents for her downward spiral from successful real estate agent to divorced and jobless. The 40-year-old claims she grew up in an abusive home where her father, Larry, physically abused her and her mother, Vickie, let it happen. Her parents deny any abuse ever took place.

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Amber’s brother, Cody, 38, says he doesn’t remember any abuse. “No, not to the extent that she’s talking about.” On Wednesday’s Dr. Phil, Cody acknowledges he doesn’t believe his sister is mentally stable. “No, I do not. She…it’s like she comes in and out of being normal and then having issues.”

Cody says he believes Amber struggled after her divorce, but there are other issues from her past. “People handle tragedy in different ways, and I can’t sit here and bash her cause – you know – I don’t know how she’s handled the trauma that she’s gone through.” He says he just wants his sister to get help.

What happened to Amber as a teenager that her family says traumatized her? And why does Vickie say Amber isn’t currently allowed within 500 feet of her ex-husband and their two children? Part one of this two-part Dr. Phil airs Wednesday.

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 Woman’s Parents Say They Testified Against Her In Court To Protect Their Grandchildren

Couple Claims Their Daughter Started ‘Acting Irrational’ Following Her Divorce

“By the time I was 30 I was making well over $100,000 a year. I was married with two beautiful children, and we had built our dream home,” says Amber. “My life looked perfect on the outside, but on the inside, our life was a mess.” Amber says then – she lost everything – her marriage, her kids, and her career.

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Her parents, Vickie and Larry, say after her divorce, Amber hit rock bottom. “She was drinking two bottles of wine per night. She started not coming home and acting irrational,” claims Larry.

Then, Amber says she got an idea to start a new company in support of divorced women. “I jumped out of bed, and I just wrote down DIVAS: Divorcing Independent Very Able Survivors, and I thought, oh my gosh, somebody needs to lead people to a better way.”

Vickie says the idea for DIVAS was “perfectly reasonable,” but it was Amber’s “erratic” thinking and behaviors that soon had her and Larry concerned for their daughter’s mental health.

What do Vickie and Larry claim Amber said to them that prompted them to have her evaluated by mental health professionals? And why does Amber say she’s furious with her parents? Part one of this two-part Dr. Phil airs Wednesday.

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Why A Woman Claims Her Parents Have ‘Sabotaged’ Her Life

Why A Woman Claims Her Parents Have ‘Sabotaged’ Her Life

Following her divorce, Amber says she started a company she named DIVAS: Divorcing Independent Very Able Survivors. “I was featured in USA Today; I’ve been on every single major news network,” claims the entrepreneur.

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Her parents, Vickie and Larry, say the idea for the business was “perfectly reasonable,” but they claim Amber was drinking heavily and acting irrationally – behaviors they say concerned them.

“We got Amber evaluated and the doctors determined she needed to go to a state hospital,” says Vickie. It was during this time, she says, that Amber’s ex-husband filed for custody of their children. Eventually, she says, Amber also lost her new company.

“Instead of helping me, my parents have sabotaged me,” says Amber who claims her business failed because her parents didn’t support her. She also claims Vickie and Larry had her committed to a mental institution, “because they didn’t understand my vision.”

“My parents have to take some of the responsibility for where I am now,” says the 40-year-old. “Not only have they cost me jobs and had my children taken away but that’s led to major, major depression where I couldn’t be back on top of my game. So, I do feel like my parents are in debt to me for the pain that they’ve caused me.”

Why do Larry and Vickie say their daughter only comes to them when she needs money? And what leads Dr. Phil to tell Amber to stop talking? Part one of this two-part episode airs Wednesday.

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Woman’s Parents Refute Allegation That She Grew Up In An ‘Abusive Home’

Dr. Phil After Reviewing Reported ‘Resume’ Of Woman’s Boyfriend: ‘Who Did You Turn Down?’

Danielle has been in a relationship with Justin for two years. She says that although he has been abusive with her, he’s only gotten physical with her in an effort to “contain her” and “calm her down.”

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In the video above, Dr. Phil reviews Justin’s reported “resume” with Danielle.

“We do know that he does choke you. We do know that he does call you names. We do know that he is willing to put you on the internet with sex tapes,” he says, adding that Justin also has a criminal history. “Who did you turn down? Does that look like a very impressive resume to you? And the reason I ask you that is because where is your self-worth? Where is your self-esteem?”

“I was in a very dark place,” Danielle says, adding that she doesn’t believe she’s a victim of abuse.

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“You’re smarter than that and you’re better than that. So you can make some flip, smart ass statement but you know better than that,” Dr. Phil says to her. “You’re being mentally, physically and emotionally abused, and you better wake up and pull your head out girl, or you’re going to be in a lot of trouble.”

This episode of Dr. Phil airs Tuesday. Watch more here.

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Parents Claim Daughter Shows Signs Of Stockholm Syndrome Because Of Boyfriend

Man Accused Of Getting Physical With Girlfriend: ‘We All Know Females Are Emotional’

Danielle says she’s in love with her boyfriend of two years, Justin, even though she claims he has been abusive with her.

“We have so much love that we can get through a lot of our issues,” the 26-year-old says.

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Justin says that Danielle is the perfect girl for him because “she gets me on all wavelengths.” He denies that he’s a “woman beater” and says he has only gotten physical with Danielle because she pushed and punched him.

“I was just trying to contain her, clam her down a little bit,” he says.

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When Dr. Phil asks Justin about putting his hands on Danielle out of anger, Justin defends his behavior.

“I would say that it’s not out of anger. It’s to relieve the situation,” he explains. “Most men on this earth were, you know, grown up and taught to don’t ever hit a woman close fist, open hand or anything like that, you know, like, restrain the woman so that you can calm down the situation … we all know that, you know, females are extremely emotional.”

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In the video above, Dr. Phil asks Danielle why she is OK with their relationship getting physical. And, he offers a powerful message to Danielle and Justin.

“There is absolutely unequivocally no excuse for him choking you unconscious. There’s absolutely no excuse for you getting a black eye,” he says to Danielle. “This is dangerous and if you’re saying, ‘Well, I’m the one that started it,’ then you’re being dangerous. I mean this is childish, immature, lack of impulse control behavior on both of your parts.”

On Tuesday’s episode, Danielle reveals a secret about her relationship with Justin. Check here to see where you can watch.

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Parents Claim Daughter Shows Signs Of Stockholm Syndrome Because Of Boyfriend

Why 26-Year-Old Says She Won’t Leave Boyfriend Who She Claims Has Been Abusive Toward Her

Danielle says she’s in love with her boyfriend, Justin, even though she claims he has been abusive toward her.

“We have so much love that we can get through a lot of our issues,” she says.

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Her parents, however, say they are afraid for their daughter’s life. “I truly believe that if Danielle doesn’t get away from Justin, she will die by his hand,” claims her mom, Marcy.

In the video above from Tuesday’s episode of Dr. Phil, Dr. Phil asks the 26-year-old, “What could he do that would cause you to say enough’s enough?” Hear her response.

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And on Tuesday, Danielle reveals a secret to her parents about her relationship with Justin. Plus, hear from Justin. What does he say about his behavior? Check here to see where you can watch.

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Man Admits He Has Been Physical With Girlfriend Because She Has ‘Gotten Really Upset And Pushed Me’

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Parents Claim Daughter Shows Signs Of Stockholm Syndrome Because Of Boyfriend

Marcy and Scott say they believe their daughter, Danielle, has Stockholm syndrome from her boyfriend, Justin. The couple says their talented hula-hoop performer daughter had a lot of potential until she met Justin, who they claim has taken away her self-esteem.

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“Justin is 110 percent a narcissist. Justin is verbally, emotionally, financially and physically abusive to my daughter,” claims Marcy, alleging that her daughter told her Justin punched her in the face and gave her a black eye. “He’s controlling. He’s a sexual deviant.”

Danielle says Justin has only been physical with her if she starts it and that he has “detained” her until she calms down.

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Scott claims Justin is also a compulsive liar. “If his lips are moving, he’s lying. He told me he was a CEO of a music production company which doesn’t produce anything,” he claims. “Justin does use Bible scripture and her faith to manipulate Danielle. He claims that God speaks to him and that’s the direction that they should go in.”

In the video above, hear more from the parents, including why they say they have “major concerns” about Danielle’s safety.

On Tuesday’s episode of Dr. Phil, hear from Danielle. What does she say about her relationship with Justin? Check here to see where you can watch.

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Man Accused Of Getting Physical With Girlfriend: ‘We All Know Females Are Emotional’