Dr. Phil introduces Bill,
a grandfather who — despite maintaining his innocence — pleaded no contest to felony child abuse, stemming from accusations that two years ago he was inappropriate with his 5-year-old step-grandson. Bill shares his side of the story via satellite, due to travel restrictions from his probation, in an effort to clear his name. How does he explain home video in which he calls his step-grandson “sexy butt”? And, why did he choose a plea deal instead of a trial?
Then, Bill claims a polygraph test the police gave him in connection with their investigation came back “inconclusive,” and he wants to take another to prove his innocence. When the results are revealed, will he like what he hears? Don’t miss the dramatic conclusion! This program contains sexual content. Viewer discretion advised.Catch up on what you missed in Part 1.
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“Bill, you took that plea because you touched that boy — isn’t that the truth?”
How does Bill explain the video on his cell phone that Betty believes may have been the “nail in Bill’s coffin”?
Kathy, a former co-worker of Bill’s, claims Bill was texting her 12-year-old son. “It made me sick.” How does Bill respond?
Since Bill claimed a polygraph test the police gave him in connection with their investigation came back “inconclusive,” he wanted to take another one to prove his innocence. Click here to see the results!