Holly says when she and her husband, Murat, met, they had a whirlwind romance and married after dating for just two months. Holly says she now believes that Murat only married her for the millions she stands to inherit.

She claims Murat is always talking about her money and even lied about the amount of debt he was in before they married, telling her that he was $50,000 in debt but she later found out that he was closer to $100,000 in debt. Murat admits he lied about the amount of money he owed because he was embarrassed and did not want to be judged. But money is not their only problem. Holly claims Murat has physically assaulted her on three different occasions, including an incident where Holly claims Murat threw her over an ottoman. But Murat denies throwing her and claims he only pushed Holly because they were arguing, and she was in his face. Holly says she is fed up, no longer loves her husband and wants a divorce but feels stuck in the marriage. However, Murat is not willing to give up so easily; he says he wants to save his marriage and build a future with Holly. Find out what advice Dr. Phil has for this couple.

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