21-Year-Old Says His Mother ‘Automatically Assumes I’m A Drug Dealer Because I Smoke Weed’

Tina and David say not only do their sons, Michael and Matthew, smoke pot, drive under the influence, and behave disrespectfully toward them – they also claim their older son, Michael, deals drugs.

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“My mom automatically assumes I’m a drug dealer because I smoke weed – and she thinks if you smoke weed you deal drugs,” says 21-year-old Michael, denying the allegation.

“They seriously do treat pot like it’s meth,” says 16-year-old Matthew. He claims his parents allow him to drink alcohol at home, but when it comes to marijuana; his mother “always thinks the worst of Mike and I because we smoke pot. She’s overreacting – like – it’s a plant.”

Michael says he recently moved out of his parents’ home. He claims his mother is a “psycho” who exaggerates everything, and his dad has a “very short temper.”

Matthew has since gone to stay with his older brother. “I left a couple of days ago because my parents are psycho.”

Tina and David say they blame Michael for being a bad influence on his younger brother.

The brothers say it’s their parents who need help – not them. Does Dr. Phil agree? This episode airs Monday.

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Why A Dad Says He Allowed His Sons To Smoke Pot At Home

Why A Frustrated Dad Says He’s Ready To Let 16-Year-Old Son Become ‘A Ward Of The State’

Tina says her family is spinning out of control. She says her younger son, Matthew, 16, is a “disrespectful little punk” who “doesn’t like to follow rules,” and older son, Michael, 21, “is a pathological, professional liar.”

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“They have absolutely no respect for adults or any authority whatsoever,” claims the boys’ father, David, who says 16-year-old Matthew “frustrates me beyond belief.”

The couple claims their boys are smoking weed, dealing drugs (which the brothers deny) – and driving under the influence. They say Matthew has flunked out of school, and claim it’s Michael’s fault for being a bad influence on his younger brother.

“As far as Michael goes – right now I’m done with him. He can stay out of the house and my life,” says David. “Matthew is only 16, he’s still my responsibility. But if he continues down this road – I’ve got absolutely no problem with signing off parental rights and letting him be a ward of the state.”

On Monday’s Dr. Phil, find out what Tina and David admit they did as parents that may have contributed to their sons’ behaviors. And hear why Michael and Matthew say their parents are overreacting to their pot-smoking.

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21-Year-Old Says His Mother ‘Automatically Assumes I’m A Drug Dealer Because I Smoke Weed’

‘Not Doing It’ Says Teen Who Insists He’s Not Going To Treatment

Tina and David claim their sons, 16-year-old Matthew and 21-year-old Michael, lie, smoke weed, and are extremely disrespectful. They say they’re worried their sons will end up killing someone if they don’t stop driving while they’re high, but Mike and Matt say their parents are just overreacting.

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Tina claims Matthew flunked out of school and Tina and David claim it’s because Michael is a bad influence on him – they also admit – spoiling their sons growing up may have contributed to their behaviors.

The brothers say they’re fine – it’s their parents who need help. They’re claiming David and Tina are always calling the police on them just because they smoke pot.

On Monday’s episode, Tina and David are referred to Onsite to work through their parenting issues. Dr. Phil introduces Matthew to Patrick Hawkins, clinical director at Wilderness Treatment Center, a treatment facility for chemically dependent teenage boys, but he says he won’t go.

“Nope. Not doing it. Am not. Nope. No way,” says the teenager, threatening to get himself kicked out if he’s forced to attend.

Can his parents compel him to go? And why does Dr. Phil say he won’t be referring Michael to a treatment facility at this time? Tune in to Monday’s episode.

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Why A Frustrated Dad Says He’s Ready To Let 16-Year-Old Son Become ‘A Ward Of The State’

Why A Mom Tells Her Boys ‘We Don’t Hate You – We Hate The Stuff That You Do’

“I grew up in a great home. I had a great childhood,” says 21-year-old Michael. His 16-year-old brother, Matthew, agrees. “Mike and I pretty much – we got whatever we wanted when we were younger,” he says.

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“We used to do everything together,” says their dad, David. Mom, Tina says, “We had a wonderful life. Now, all of a sudden we can’t even go out to dinner – we can’t even be in the same room.”

What’s causing this family’s conflict? The brothers say they’re constantly fighting with their parents over smoking marijuana. They also claim their mother has been “spying” on them, by tracking Matthew’s phone and reading their text messages.

David and Tina say Michael is a bad influence on Matthew because – he not only smokes pot – they claim he deals drugs, and both sons have been known to get behind the wheel when high. They say some of the fights with Michael have turned violent.

Michael has moved out of the family home, and Matthew recently moved in with him.

The brothers both claim their parents have told them they hate them – and their mother says she wishes they’d never been born.

David says the words came out of frustration. “I regret saying it,” he says.

Tina tells her sons, “We don’t hate you – we hate the stuff that you do.”

Do any of them take ownership for their role in the breakdown of this family? Tune in to Monday’s Dr. Phil.

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 ‘Not Doing It’ Says Teen Who Insists He’s Not Going To Treatment

‘It’s Normal – It’s Nothing,’ Says 21-Year-Old Of Driving While High

Tina and David claim their sons, Michael and Matthew, smoke too much pot. Tina claims both her boys drive while high, and that has her worried.

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“Like a couple of times – I have yes, but I don’t do it a lot,” says 16-year-old Matthew. “Maximum – maybe five times.”

“It’s normal – it’s nothing,” says 21-year-old Michael.

“Until you end up killing someone,” says Tina.

When Dr. Phil asks the brothers why they think they have the right to drive while under the influence, what is Michael’s surprising response? This episode airs Monday.

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Why A Mom Tells Her Boys ‘We Don’t Hate You – We Hate The Stuff That You Do’

Why A Father Says He Had His Older Son Arrested For ‘Interfering With Custody’ Of Teenage Brother

Twenty-one-year-old Michael claims his father, David, filed a restraining order against him “due to the fact that Matt and I were hanging out too much – in his opinion.” Matt is Michael’s 16-year-old brother. “We can hang out if we want to,” he says.

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“I had him arrested for interfering with custody,” says David. “Matthew was supposed to be in school.”

According to the boys’ mother, Tina, Matthew – a sophomore – flunked out of school. He says he’s now taking classes online, three hours a day, and doing well. Matthew recently moved out of his parents’ house to live with his brother because – he says – his parents are “psycho.”

David and Tina claim Michael is a weed-smoking “professional liar” who drives under the influence and is a bad role-model for Matthew.

The couple also claims that Michael sells drugs, an allegation which, up to this point, he’s denied. When the brothers complain that Tina has been reading their text messages, what’s revealed that has Michael walking back his previous denial? Tune in to Monday’s Dr. Phil.

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‘It’s Normal – It’s Nothing,’ Says 21-Year-Old Of Driving While High

Why A Dad Says He Allowed His Sons To Smoke Pot At Home

Matthew says he doesn’t understand why his parents, David and Tina, are upset that he and older brother Michael are smoking pot. Especially since, he claims, they’ve permitted it in their home in the past.

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“Tina – you literally told me we could smoke pot – you both did,” says the 16-year-old to his mother.

She denies giving her sons permission to smoke marijuana at home, but David admits he allowed it.

“My mindset was – if I could let them do it in a controlled environment, I could at least have some control over it – but every time you give them an inch – talking about the boundaries – they have to take it another step further.”

“I think you were well intended, but I believe you were one-hundred percent wrong,” says Dr. Phil.

What else do Matthew and Michael say their parents gave them permission to do? This episode airs Monday.

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Dad And Sons Recall Physical Altercation That Mom Says ‘Caused Quite The Bloody Mess’

Dad And Sons Recall Physical Altercation That Mom Says ‘Caused Quite The Bloody Mess’

“My parents have called the cops on us several times,” says 21-year-old Michael.

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Sixteen-year-old Matthew says, “My parents don’t want me to go to jail, but they’re trying to get me caught and stuff – How’s that working out for you?”

David says the police came to their home one night after he claims his older son Michael drove home “extremely intoxicated and then decided he was going back out – and – I ended up hitting him.”

On another occasion, says David, “He started getting belligerent and I called the police to have him removed – and then he attacked me.”

“Matthew punched him (Michael) in the nose and caused quite the bloody mess there,” says Tina.

“Whenever we try to have a conversation it just gets heated and everybody starts yelling,” says Michael, who concludes, “and now I just don’t care.” He says that’s because he feels like the family has failed.

Michael says his parents have kicked him out of the house. Matthew says all the family does is fight. He recently left his parents’ house and moved in with Michael.

Why do Tina and David say their mistake in raising their boys – was spoiling them when they were younger? Tune in to Monday’s Dr. Phil.

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Why A Father Says He Had His Older Son Arrested For ‘Interfering With Custody’ Of Teenage Brother

5 Things We Learned From Dr. Phil’s Interview With Aaron Hernandez’s Fiancée

For the first time since her fiancé, Aaron Hernandez, was found hanging in his prison cell on April 19, 2017, Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez spoke out exclusively to Dr. Phil during a two-hour interview. The 26-year-old opened up about her life with her high school sweetheart, his joy as a father and why she says she doesn’t believe he murdered Odin Lloyd, the crime for which he was convicted and sentenced to life in prison. She also addressed rumors about the former New England Patriots tight end’s sexuality and his alleged intimate relationship with a fellow inmate.

Here are five revelations from her conversation with Dr. Phil.

She says she doesn’t believe Hernandez committed suicide.
When Hernandez was found dead in his jail cell, it was reported that the words “John 3:16” were written on his forehead and on the wall of his cell, he had jammed his cell door shut and that there were three handwritten notes next to a Bible. Jenkins-Hernandez, however, says her longtime love showed no signs that he was suicidal. In fact, she says he was positive, excited to come home, had just been acquitted of two murders from 2012 and was in the process of appealing his conviction in the Lloyd murder case.

“It’s just not the Aaron that I know. I think that if he would have done something like this, it would have been at his worst, and I felt like it was looking so bright,” she told Dr. Phil. “I don’t think this was a suicide.”

She says she doesn’t believe Hernandez was gay.
Jenkins-Hernandez says she had no indication or feeling that Hernandez was gay, and even asked him about the rumors, to which she says he told her it wasn’t true.

“He was very much a man to me. I don’t know where this came from. It’s embarrassing, in a sense. It’s hurtful, regardless if it’s true or not,” she said during the interview. “It’s just not something that I saw. It’s not something that I believe. It’s just not him.”

She says the note he left her was “odd,” could have been written by someone else.
The three handwritten notes found in Hernandez’s cell were addressed to Jenkins-Hernandez, their daughter, Avielle, and Hernandez’s attorney, according to Jenkins-Hernandez. She says she found the note to her as “odd.” It was addressed to Shay, not Babe or Bae as she says Hernandez often referred to her and she says she thought maybe he would have signed it with Your Soulmate, as she says he would usually do.

“It wasn’t personal. It wasn’t intimate,” she told Dr. Phil.

She says she also questioned the handwriting. “The handwriting was similar but I feel like, again, you have nothing but time in there, so, I feel like it’s easily duplicated or could be,” she says.

Hernandez was “absolutely in love” with their daughter.
During Hernandez’s four years behind bars, Jenkins-Hernandez said she would take their 4-year-old daughter, Avielle, to visit her father at least once a week where she would sit in his lap and play cards and color with him.

“As far as their interaction, it was unbelievable. She was very much a Daddy’s girl,” Jenkins-Hernandez said. “When we were all together, he was focused on her … When she was there, she took over.”

She wants him to be known as “innocent,” “full of life,” “would do anything for anyone.”
Jenkins-Hernandez says despite Hernandez’s run-ins with the law, the rumors that he was a gang member, and all of his tattoos, her high school sweetheart was a man full of life who loved to make everyone laugh.

“I want him, one, to be known as innocent because he was. And he was full of life, so sweet, very loveable, would do anything for anyone,” she said of the love of her life. “I just want him to be known for what he is instead of what people are speculating him out to be from what they see on TV. They want to make him out to be this monster, and he’s not.”

She added, “I just think that it’s time for Aaron to be free.”

Watch more from Jenkins-Hernandez interview with Dr. Phil here and here. Learn about the last conversation the two had, why she says she is estranged from the former football star’s family, what she knew about Hernandez’s alleged prison lover, and why she says she wants answers from the prison.

Is Woman Who Says She Had Spent $500,000 On Relationship With Husband Who Lives In Nigeria Still Married?

Deanna, a smart, successful and wealthy business owner who lives in Canada, says she has been married to the man of her dreams, James, for almost seven years. However, James lives in Nigeria. Deanna admits to having spent close to $500,000 on their relationship between travel, entertainment, and legal fees in her attempts to get James to Canada.

When she first appeared on Dr. Phil, Deanna’s son, Jordan, and brother, Dale, had said they believed that James is just married to Deanna for her money.

Are Deanna and James still married? Has he moved to Canada yet? Is she still sending him thousands of dollars? Deanna gives an update in the video above. And, hear what Jordan has to say now.

This episode airs Friday. Tune in to see updates on other former guests as well. Check here to see where you can watch.

Woman Shares How She Says She Got Caught Up In An Online Dating Scam

Jerry says that for the last five years, he’s been meeting women on online dating websites. He says he’s had four relationships with young, beautiful women, and even met one in person.

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His wife and daughter say they don’t believe these women are real and that they believe he is being scammed.

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In the video above, Rose, one of the women Jerry was allegedly communicating with, shares her story, saying that her identity had been stolen and her picture posted to a dating website by a “scammer.” Hear how she says she was harassed, stalked and why she had to file a police report – all because, she says, men thought they were engaging in a relationship with her but it was actually a “scammer.” 

This episode of Dr. Phil airs Friday. Tune in to see updates on former guests who learned they were also victims of online scams. Check here to see where you can watch.

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Why Does Man Say He Is Still Talking To Woman He Met Online And Sent $750,000 Even After Saying It Was A ‘Scam’?

Why Does Man Say He Is Still Talking To Woman He Met Online And Sent $750,000 Even After Saying It Was A ‘Scam’?

Mark says after his divorce, he joined an online dating site where he met “Kelly Smith” whom he described as attractive, honest, decent and kind. He said that three days into talking, “Kelly” told him that her father passed away and left her $3.5 million in cash and $3 million in jewelry and diamonds and that she said she put it in two metal boxes. Mark said she agreed to give him 50 percent of her inheritance if he would help her get the boxes from Nigeria to the United States. Six years and hundreds of thousands of dollars later, Mark said the boxes still had not arrived. After Dr. Phil conducted a global investigation to track down leads to find Kelly, Mark finally conceded that he was likely being “scammed.” Watch his first appearance here.

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In the video above, meet the woman behind the photo that Mark says he was sent and hear what she has to say. And, find out why Mark says he is still communicating with the person who is not who he thought she was.

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Is Woman Who Says She Had Spent $500,000 On Relationship With Husband Who Lives In Nigeria Still Married?

Victim Of An Online ‘Impostor’ Shares How His Life Has Changed Since Appearing On ‘Dr. Phil’

A few years after going through a divorce, Bart, a father of two young children, says that he decided to try online dating, where he says he met “Megan.” But after only a few weeks of chatting online, Bart says Megan told him that she found out she had been diagnosed with leukemia and he says that he learned that she died shortly after.

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Soon after, Bart says he received a text from Megan’s best friend, “Aly,” and she encouraged him to get back in the dating scene. He says he thought he found love again with “Alison,” but a few months later, he says he got a call that Alison was injured and lost so much blood she died – but then he says he learned that she was actually alive.

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Bart says he got suspicious and did some digging. He says he learned there was no Alison and that “Megan”’s friend “Aly” was really a woman named Jeanne who had been deceiving him.

Watch Bart’s first appearance on Dr. Phil here, and hear why Jeanne said she deceived him multiple times.

In the video above, Bart gives an update on what he’s doing now – and how his appearance on Dr. Phil changed his outlook on life.

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Why Does Man Say He Is Still Talking To Woman He Met Online And Sent $750,000 Even After Saying It Was A ‘Scam’?

How Online Love Scammers Often Lure In Men

With millions of people looking for love online, it’s a target-rich environment for scammers to trick innocent people into a fake relationship. They often do this by stealing images of attractive young women from other websites, creating a profile and pretending to be that person to lure in an unsuspecting man.

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Jerry says he is involved in four online relationships with young, beautiful women — but his wife and daughter believe these are fake profiles and that he is being catfished.

In the video above, Dr. Phil shares with Jerry that one of the women he was speaking with had her picture stolen from another website and used by someone who created a fake profile about her – and quite possibly that’s the person Jerry was actually speaking to.

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Dr. Phil also explains that according to FBI investigators and people who admit to scamming others, when con artists communicate with potential targets, they purposely don’t correct their spelling and grammar.

“They said, ‘We don’t clean it up on purpose, because the person that’s willing to overlook this are the best targets. If we send someone broken English, bad spelling, obvious mistranslations of English and they’re willing to look past that, that is a live fish,’” Dr. Phil tells Jerry.

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This episode airs Friday. Tune in to see updates on former guests who learned that they were being “duped online” and see if any say they are still communicating with the people that were revealed to have been impostors. Check here to see where you can watch.

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Woman Shares How She Says She Got Caught Up In An Online Dating Scam

Man Learns Surprising Details About ‘Women’ He Says He Met Online And Had Relationships With


Jerry says he lost his attraction to his wife, Kristine, and that when he did, he started meeting ladies on dating websites. He says he met four young, beautiful women with whom he started relationships – and even sent thousands of dollars. For the last year-and-a-half, Jerry says he’s been dating “Kimberly” and even claims he met her in person at the airport.

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Jerry’s wife and daughter both say they don’t believe these women exist and that Jerry is being scammed.

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The Dr. Phil show was able to find all four women. Do any say they have been communicating with Jerry? Watch the video above to see how Jerry reacts upon hearing information what the show learned about these women.

On Friday’s episode, hear from one of the women Jerry claims to have had a relationship with and why she believes she is a victim. Check here to see where you can watch.

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Woman Shares How She Says She Got Caught Up In An Online Dating Scam

Dr. Phil Shows A Man How He May Be Getting Conned By A ‘Woman’ He’s Been Talking To Online

Jerry claims he first started visiting dating websites five years ago when he says he lost his attraction to his wife Kristine. He says he’s met multiple young, attractive women and has had online relationships with four of them. He claims that for the last year-and-a-half, he has been dating “Kimberly” and that he even met her in person once, where they shared passionate kisses.

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However, Kristine claims that these women are fake and that she believes her husband is being scammed. She claims he has sent thousands to these women, depleting their savings and putting them at risk of losing their house.

Is Jerry being catfished? Listen to a conversation he has with “Kimberly” in the video above. And, see what Dr. Phil does in an effort to show Jerry how he may be getting conned. This episode airs Thursday. And on Friday, hear from one of the women behind the pictures Jerry says he’s received online. Check here to see where you can watch.

Man Describes An Encounter In Which He Claims He Met Online Love In Person

Woman Tells Husband If He’s So Unhappy He Should Pack His Bags And ‘Get The Hell Out’

Jerry says he started seeking out women online when he lost his attraction to his wife, Kristine.

“She stopped taking care of herself. She wouldn’t wear makeup. She wouldn’t do her nails,” Jerry claims. “She moved out and she does all this now.”

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“If you were so damn unhappy, I’ve told you all the time, leave me; don’t cheat on me” she says to her estranged husband. “If you’re so damn unhappy, pack your bags and get the hell out.”

Kristine claims that Jerry says he is communicating with four different women online and she claims he has sent thousands of dollars, depleting his and Kristine’s finances to the point that they may lose their home.

On Thursday’s episode of Dr. Phil, hear why Kristine says she believes Jerry’s “girlfriends” aren’t really woman and that he is being scammed. And, see the surprise Dr. Phil has for Jerry after Jerry calls one of the women. Plus, on Friday, hear from one of the women behind the pictures. Is Jerry being catfished? Check here to see where you can watch.

Why Woman Says Husband Had Her Arrested And Put In Jail

Man Says He Wants To Marry Woman He Met Online And Divorce His Wife

Jerry says he lost his attraction to his wife, Kristine, and says that when he did, he started meeting ladies on dating websites. Now, he says he’s talking to four young, attractive women and admits that he has been sending them money as well.

“I met this woman, ‘Kelly’. She was hot. She would send me some pictures and they were rather provocative. She thought I was a very handsome man,” Jerry says. “I sent her $300 to get a plane ticket to fly out to California. She never showed up. She got cold feet, she said.”

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Currently, he says he is dating “Kimberly”, with whom he says he has been involved for a year-and-a-half but has only talked to five or six times. He claims he met her in person at an airport, where they talked for hours.

“The woman I met at the airport was the one that was in the photograph, so I know she’s real,” Jerry says. “There’s a lot of good chemistry between the two of us. We shared passionate kisses. I felt we both connected.”

Jerry says that “Kimberly” is now stuck in Nigeria, where she was getting antiques.

“She says there’s containers full but she doesn’t have enough to get it out of customs,” he says, explaining that “Kimberly” is supposed to relocate to where he lives. “’Kimberly’ and I are in love and I want to be with her forever.”

On Thursday’s episode, hear from Kristine and why she says she doesn’t believe these women are real and says that she believes her husband is being scammed. And on Friday, hear from one of the women behind the pictures. Is Jerry being catfished? Check here to see where you can watch.

Man Describes An Encounter In Which He Claims He Met Online Love In Person

Man Describes An Encounter In Which He Claims He Met Online Love In Person

Jerry says when he lost his attraction to his wife, Kristine, he started visiting dating websites to meet women. He says over the last five years, he’s been talking to four different women online – and sending them money – and says he is currently dating a woman named “Kimberly,” with whom he says he has been communicating with for the last year-and-a-half. He says he’s talked to her five or six times over the phone and even met her in person once.

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“I met her at the airport,” Jerry says. “We just sat in there and talked for two or three hours.” He adds that they also shared passionate kisses.

Kristine, however, says she believes her husband is being scammed and that none of the women are really whom he believes they are. She claims he’s depleted their life savings and that they are on the verge of losing their house because of his online activity.

“Did you actually meet her or did you just say that to get people off your back at the time?” Dr. Phil asks Jerry.

“I actually met ‘Kimberly,’” Jerry replies, adding that he knows it was her because she looked like the woman in the photo he had seen.

Is Jerry being catfished? Is he romancing real women? On Thursday’s episode, Dr. Phil hears a phone call between “Kimberly” and Jerry. What does he discover? And see what text messages between Jerry and the women reveal. Plus, on Friday, hear from one of the women behind the pictures. Check here to see where you can watch.

Man Says He Wants To Marry Woman He Met Online And Divorce His Wife

Woman Explains How She Tricked One Of Her Husband’s Online Loves Into Communicating With Her

Kristine claims she has lost “everything” and may lose her house because her husband, Jerry, is sending money to four women he met online. She says the women are half his age and beautiful – “not somebody that would give a man like him the time of day” – and she fears he is being catfished.

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In the video above from Thursday’s episode of Dr.Phil, Kristine shares her thoughts about the four women. And, hear how she says she communicated with one of them and why she claims she knows she wasn’t communicating with a woman.

On Thursday’s episode, hear from Jerry who insists these women are real and claims that he has even met one of them in person. And on Friday, hear from one of the women behind the pictures. Is Jerry being catfished? Check here to see where you can watch.

Woman Says She Believes Husband Is ‘Throwing Away’ Her Financial Future With Online Dating Scams