May 05, 2011
Alexandra, 23, from the Dr. Phil Family is unemployed, only sporadicaly visiting her three children, and Dr. Phil and her family believe she is addicted to prescription pills. See how she responds to accusations that she may know some of the people who were arrested in a local drug bust. Is she telling the truth or running from it?
"She Doesn't Seem to Care about Anything but Her Next High"
Erin and Marty believe Alexandra may have a connection to people involved in a local drug bust and fear she could end up dead. They haven't seen her in 68 days, and when Erin searches for her, what she finds surprises and scares her. And, Dr. Phil sends former guest and recovering addict Brandon to Alexandra's hometown. Don't miss what he uncovers!
Telling the Truth or Running from It?
Dr. Phil confronts Alexandra about knowing some of the people who were arrested at an alleged meth house. Was her truck parked in front of the house? And, see her response when Dr. Phil questions her about Tweets she has written.
"She's Barely Hanging on to Her Life"
Erin reveals interesting information about her relationship with Alexandra and the custody arrangement. And, learn what occurred on Alexandra's birthday and why she says she feels cut off from her family.
"This is an Ugly Truth"
Dr. Phil confronts Alexandra with the information that she failed to visit any of her three children for 68 days. See the shocking discovery Erin makes about her daughter's visitation that enrages her. Will this be Dr. Phil's last conversation with Alexandra?
Fighting for Custody
Dr. Phil focuses on helping Erin and Marty as they fight for custody of their three grandchildren. Dr. Phil cameras follow the grandparents as they meet with their new attorney, Jim Werter, and as Erin goes to court to face off with Alexandra.
A Tragic Death
Erin received the devastating news that her younger sister, Erika, only had days to live and rushed to L.A. to be by her side. Erika suffered from complications due to alcoholism. Erin asked Alexandra to accompany her to L.A., so she could see what her future may look like if she doesn't accept help, but she refused. Tragically, Erika passed away at just 39 years old.