Two-and-a-half years ago, tragedy struck when Alyssa’s husband, Nick, suffered massive head trauma during an accident at a fundraiser – ultimately passing away.

Alyssa and her family won a $3 million settlement for his wrongful death and are set to start collecting, but Alyssa’s family and friends claim since her husband’s accident, she has spun out of control -- drinking, partying and spending excessively. Does Alyssa say she thinks she has a problem? You won’t want to miss what happens during her ride to the show, and her unusual behavior with staff – including a Dr. Phil show first!

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'I Didn’t Think They’d Be Offended,’ Says Guest Of Dr. Phil About Her Unusual Interactions with Staff
Family Awarded $3 Million In Wrongful Death Suit Say They Worry Widow Is ‘Blowing Through’ Settlement
Dr. Phil Asks Widow Who Admits She Drinks To Cope With Husband’s Death: ‘Do You Think You’re Spinning Out Of Control?’


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