Tricia says her 12-year-old daughter, Rebecca Ann, a.k.a. Becca, sadly took her own life in Sept. 2013 after being cyberbullied — a tragedy that made national headlines. Now, Tricia says she can’t even grieve her loss, because she claims she is being harassed online by a stranger who happens to share the same name as her deceased daughter.
Tricia claims the woman, Rebecca Ann, has falsely accused Tricia's 20-year-old daughter, Summer, of killing Becca and Tricia of covering it up. Tempers flare when Tricia and Summer face Rebecca Ann for the first time on Dr. Phil’s stage. Why does Rebecca Ann insist she “knows” Becca didn’t commit suicide?
And, hear from Becca’s father — does he support Rebecca Ann’s quest to have the case reopened? Don’t miss Dr. Phil’s advice to everyone involved. Has Rebecca Ann overstepped her boundaries? Plus, how can Tricia move forward in peace and finally begin to grieve her daughter’s loss?
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"You don't know us. We don't know you. We want you to leave us alone!" — Tricia to Rebecca Ann, who says she had a 'vision' that Tricia's daughter was murdered.
"I know that Rebecca Ann [Becca] did not commit suicide, and she needs her case reopened so that she can have a voice."
Dr. Phil and Robin offer Rebecca Ann's mother a special gift to honor her daughter.
Tune to see what Dr. Phil has to say to Rebecca Ann about her actions. Can this family find peace in the midst of harsh accusations by a stranger?