Dr. Phil To Guest: ‘Get A Job, Quit Breaking The Law, And Don’t Expose Your Son To Things That He Shouldn’t Be Exposed To’

Melissa claims her husband, Nick, refuses to work and spends all his time posting videos and making music in a style he calls “murder rap” under the stage name King Krimzon.

She also claims that Nick has used her credit cards without her knowledge or permission to buy make-up and costumes, and involves their 3-year-old son in making his videos, which she says she fears is harming the child. Melissa says if Nick doesn’t give up his “obsession” with becoming a famous “murder rapper” and get a job outside the home, she’ll file for divorce.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Know someone with outrageous behavior?

Nick claims rapping about murder is like therapy for him and says the bills are getting paid, so he doesn’t see why he needs to get a conventional job. He says he knows it was wrong to use Melissa’s credit cards, but claims he always intended to pay her back. He also admits to taking out student loans to finance his murder-rapping King Krimzon persona as well as a monster-making business.

When Dr. Phil tells him, “Get a job, quit breaking the law, and don’t expose your son to things that he shouldn’t be exposed to,” how does Nick respond?

This episode airs Thursday. Check your local listing here.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Is your family a stressed mess?

Today’s Takeaway: Dreams Come With Responsibility

What Insane Clown Posse’s Violent J Tells Aspiring ‘Murder Rapper’ King Krimzon About His Act

Nick writes and performs music in a style he calls “murder rap.” The 37-year-old dresses as a horrorcore inspired clown and creates videos under the stage name “King Krimzon.”

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Know someone with outrageous behavior?

His wife, Melissa, says Nick quit working in construction to pursue his rap career, leaving her to support their family. She claims they are behind on all their bills and their cars are in danger of being repossessed. Melissa says if Nick doesn’t give up his “obsession,” with performing as King Krimzon, and get a job outside the home, she’ll file for divorce.

On Thursday’s Dr. Phil, horrorcore hip-hop artists Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope of the Insane Clown Posse take time out from their current tour to talk to Nick.

“Your dream is definitely important, but not at the cost of all that love you,” says Violent J. “Not when it’s coming out of your wife’s hard work,” he continues “What about her dreams, what about her happiness? You know what I mean?”

How does Nick respond when Violent J. says he is “seriously lacking in talent”?

Check here to find out where you can watch Thursday’s episode.

Visit psychopathicrecords.com to learn more about Insane Clown Posse, their music and touring schedule.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Is your family a stressed mess?

Dr. Phil To Guest: Get A Job, Quit Breaking The Law, And Don’t Expose Your Son To Things That He Shouldn’t Be Exposed To 

Man Admits He Took Out Student Loans To Help Fund Murder-Rapping Clown Project

Nick says he’s spent between $60,000 and $70,000 building his image as the murder-rapping horrorcore clown, he calls King Krimzon. He says he borrowed the money from his wife, Melissa, but she claims he stole it, using her credit cards without her knowledge or consent.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Know someone with outrageous behavior?

Nick admits he financed his King Krimzon persona as well as a monster-making business in part, by taking out student loans. He says, “I never intended to go to classes because it is really important for me to focus on being King Krimzon.”

“Nick doesn’t seem to care about the future,” says his mother-in-law, Linda. “He keeps betting on one day that he’s gonna be a big rapper. Nick is never gonna make it big, and he is never gonna be cool,” she says.

Because Nick doesn’t work outside the home, Linda claims she helps to support him, her daughter, Melissa, and their 3-year-old son, Krimzon. “I have paid for their bill more times than I can count,” she claims.

Linda says she tells Nick that he has to “Grow up, be a man and support his family.” What does she say she’s advised Melissa to do if he doesn’t “straighten out”?

Check here to find out where you can watch Thursday’s Dr. Phil.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Is your family a stressed mess?


What Insane Clown Posse’s Violent J Tells Aspiring ‘Murder Rapper’ King Krimzon About His Act

Pamper Your Skin Day And Night With Robin McGraw Revelation Luxury Skincare

No time to take care of yourself? “I have something for the daytime and something for the night time from my Robin McGraw Revelation Collection,” says Founder and CEO Robin McGraw.

Face It, You Look Amazing! Revitalizing Serum features four unique peptides to give skin a softened, youthful-looking appearance, and naturally hydrates to improve the look of fine lines and wrinkles.

For the night time, Robin recommends  Vita-Boost Vitamin C Infusion Serum with vitamins C and B, to brighten and balance the appearance of your complexion. And like all of Robin’s skincare products, these products are paraben free, dye free and completely free of animal testing.

Pamper your skin day and night with Face It, You Look Amazing! Revitalizing Serum and Vita-Boost Vitamin C Infusion Serum from the Robin McGraw Revelation Luxury Skincare Collection available at RobinMcGrawRevelation.com and Amazon.com.

Man Claims Playing A Murder-Rapping Evil Clown Is ‘Like Therapy’ For Him

Nick says he stopped working in construction four years ago so he could pursue his dream of becoming a famous “murder rapper.” The 37-year-old dresses as a horrorcore-genre clown to create videos of rap songs under the stage-name “King Krimzon.”

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Know someone with outrageous behavior?

“As soon as I put on the contacts, I become a different person,” Nick tells Dr. Phil on Thursday’s episode.

Explaining that he feels more confident when playing the horrorcore character he adds, “It’s not that I want to be purposely bad or immoral, I want to express myself. I do make music, but at the same time, I have fun doing it.” Nick claims that portraying King Krimzon is like therapy for him. Stressing that he’s doing it “for entertainment purposes,” he says that just because he sings about murder and killing, “It doesn’t mean I am going to murder.”

Nick claims he’s a great father, and that his 3-year-old son, Krimzon, “means the world” to him. Why do his wife, Melissa, and her mother, Linda, say they’re concerned that exposure to Nick’s music and his murder-rapping alter-ego could be harmful to the child?

This episode airs Thursday. Check here to find out where you can watch.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Is your family a stressed mess?


Man Admits He Took Out Student Loans To Help Fund Murder-Rapping Clown Project

‘Our Bills Are Paid, So Why Do I Have To Work?’ Says Man Who Wants To Become A ‘Murder Rapper’

Melissa claims her husband, Nick, used to make a good living in construction but stopped working in 2015 to pursue his dream of becoming a famous “murder rapper.”

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Know someone with outrageous behavior?

“We have been living paycheck-to-paycheck for a couple of years,” she says, noting she’s had to work up to three jobs at a time just to make ends meet. “I’m never sure if we’ll be able to make it again because there’s no way that Nick is gonna be successful being King Krimzon.”

Nick, who dresses as a horrorcore genre clown to create videos of rap songs under the stage name “King Krimzon,” claims he had to quit working because he had issues with his back and foot. “Plus, I wanted to focus on developing King Krimzon,” he says, adding that they’re getting by. “Our bills are paid, so why do I have to work?”

“She always threatens to divorce me,” says Nick, claiming Melissa was supportive of his dream until she started listening to her parents. Now he says they fight about the makeup, the music, the money and the gore. “She told me it was either her or King Krimzon; I told her I am always gonna choose King Krimzon.”

Estimating he’s invested between $60,000 – $70,000 on costumes, props, and makeup to create his King Krimzon persona, where does Nick say he got the money? Tune in to Thursday’s Dr. Phil.

Check here to find out where you can watch.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Is your family a stressed mess?


Man Claims Playing A Murder-Rapping Evil Clown Is ‘Like Therapy’ For Him

Today’s Takeaway: Dreams Come With Responsibility

Melissa says shortly after she and her husband, Nick, married, he started painting his face with scary makeup, dressing like a “demonic clown” and composing “vile” music about killing people. Melissa says Nick now goes by the name “King Krimzon” and believes he is going to be a famous “murder rapper.”


TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Is your family a stressed mess?

She says Nick refuses to get a job and spends all day posting scary music videos online, live streaming and decorating their home with scary monsters. But Nick says his wife is working, so he does not see any reason to get a job. And, he says rapping about murder is therapeutic and helps him work out his aggression.

Melissa says they are behind on all their bills and their cars are in danger of being repossessed. Melissa’s mother, Linda, says the financial strain is taking a toll on her daughter and caused her to be hospitalized. But Nick says his wife needs to understand that he really needs to focus on his “art” right now and stop fighting with him about it.

He says professional horrorcore rap duo Insane Clown Posse at one time thought his music was cool and he was getting some good attention. Hear what the members of Insane Clown Posse have to say about that and what they really think of Nick’s music.


Watch the video above to hear Dr. Phil’s final thoughts on this episode, then check here to find out where you can watch Thursday’s Dr. Phil.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Know someone with outrageous behavior? 


‘I Thought It Was A Midlife Crisis,’ Says Woman Whose Husband Is Working To Become A ‘Murder Rapper’

‘I Thought It Was A Midlife Crisis,’ Says Woman Whose Husband Is Working To Become A ‘Murder Rapper’

Melissa claims when she first met her husband, Nick, he had a stable income with a good job in construction. Now she says he refuses to work and has stolen her credit cards to finance his dream of becoming a famous “murder rapper.”

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Know someone with outrageous behavior?

“I thought it was a midlife crisis. Now King Krimzon is taking over my life, she says, referring the stage-name Nick uses when he performs.

She claims he spends his days dressing up like a demonic clown, making scary videos and posting violent songs online, saying “He talks about corpses, dead people and a rotting head in the freezer.”

Melissa says she and Nick fight nonstop and asserts she didn’t even get a say in what to name their child, who she claims Nick decided to call Krimzon after his rap persona. Melissa says she’s tired of fighting and wants Nick to get help or she’ll file for divorce.

How does Nick say he responded when Melissa told him to choose between his murder-rapping clown and her? Tune in to Thursday’s Dr. Phil.

Check here to find out where you can watch.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Is your family a stressed mess?


‘Our Bills Are Paid, So Why Do I Have To Work?’ Says Man Who Wants To Become A ‘Murder Rapper’ 

Woman Says Agreeing To Appear On ‘Dr. Phil’ Was ‘The Best Decision I Have Ever Made For Myself’

Three sisters wrote to Dr. Phil saying their mom, Linda, had a drinking problem and it was destroying their family. They claimed she was always drunk, belligerent and abusive.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Life in crisis?

“Agreeing to go on the show was the best decision I have ever made for myself and my family,” says Linda, now sober since 2014.

“Our family was beyond broken. We were hanging by a thread,” her husband Scott says. “I can’t describe how much Dr. Phil has helped my family and how grateful we are to have given us the gift that he has of sobriety and of saving our lives.”

This episode airs Wednesday. Watch more inspiring updates here.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Is Dr. Phil your only hope?

Woman Who Drank A Gallon Of Vodka A Day Shares What Dr. Phil Said To Her That Inspired Her To Quit Drinking

Intervention Protocol Supported By ‘Dr. Phil’ Show

When Dr. Phil decides to help a family intervene with an addicted loved one, there’s certain protocol the show follows.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Conflict so big it needs a Dr. Phil solution?

Some of the protocol includes not physically engaging with a guest, especially if they start acting out. “Our intervention protocol will tell you, keep things calm, keep things safe and if you need to, you [call 911],” Dr. Phil says.

Watch more in the video above, and read about the protocol here. And on Wednesday’s episode, see inspiring guest updates. Check here to see where you can tune in.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Have family drama that needs that help?

People Who Say Their Lives Have Been Touched By The Sobriety Of ‘Dr. Phil’ Guests

How Life Has Changed For Young Woman Who Was Pregnant And Addicted To Heroin

Niki was a successful college freshman until she tried heroin. She says she soon became addicted and ended up living in a van, pregnant and using heroin multiple times a day. When Dr. Phil gave her the opportunity to enter treatment, Niki agreed to go.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Life in crisis?

Almost a year since appearing on the show, Niki returns with a shocking update. Watch the video above to hear what her life is like today.

On Wednesday’s episode, watch more inspiring updates. Check here to see where you can watch.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Is Dr. Phil your only hope?

‘You Made Me Feel Like I Was Actually Worth Saving,’ Former Guest Tells Dr. Phil

‘You Made Me Feel Like I Was Actually Worth Saving,’ Former Guest Tells Dr. Phil

After appearing on Dr. Phil, Carly returns with a special message for Dr. Phil.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Is Dr. Phil your only hope?

“You made me feel like I was actually worth saving. You made me realize that I was just very sick, and I just needed a lot of help, which you provided. And thank you for that,” she tells him. “Because if it wasn’t for you who planted the seed for me 11 years ago, I would be dead today for certain.”

WATCH: How Life Has Changed For Young Woman Who Was Pregnant And Addicted To Heroin

Carly admits that she used to drive blackout drunk six nights a week and was even found passed out behind the wheel in the middle of the road. Her mother wrote to Dr. Phil eleven years ago, and now, the young woman has been sober for seven years.

Hear more of her story in the video above. And on Wednesday’s episode, watch more inspiring updates. Check here to see where you can tune in.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Life in crisis?

Heroin Addict Who Continued To Use After 10 Days In A Coma And Open Heart Surgery Gives Update On Her Life

Former Alcoholic Says: ‘Without A Doubt, Dr. Phil Saved My Life’

When Brandi appeared on Dr. Phil, she had been arrested for assault and child endangerment, had received 3 DWIs and had been arrested for shooting up the bedroom of a man she dated with a .38 revolver. Her ex-husband insisted Brandi’s problems were all alcohol related, but Brandi claimed she was just “an excessive person.”

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Life in crisis?

In the video above, see how Brandi is doing today and why she says, “Without a doubt, Dr. Phil saved my life.”

Watch more updates on Wednesday’s episode. Check here to see where you can tune in.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Dr. Phil, please solve our conflict!

Father Says He’s ‘Convinced’ Daughter Wouldn’t Be Alive If They Hadn’t Come To ‘Dr. Phil’

Former ‘Dr. Phil’ Guest Says She’s Always Felt Supported By Staff – Even Seven Years After Appearing On The Show

When Layla appeared on Dr. Phil, she proudly admitted that she liked to party, drank to excess and even crashed four cars while driving under the influence. After a wake-up call from Dr. Phil, she agreed to enter treatment.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Is Dr. Phil your only hope?

Now, seven years later, a sober Layla returns to the show and tells Dr. Phil how her life has changed.

WATCH: Father Shares Update On 21-Year-Old Daughter Who He Says Was ‘Spiraling’ Out Of Control

In the video above, she shares with Dr. Phil how she has grown close with the staff and feels like she can always reach out, especially if she hits a bump in her recovery road. And, hear from a Dr. Phil producer who shares some of the protocols for managing guests with addiction problems.

On Wednesday’s episode, watch more updates on former guests. Check here to see where you can tune in.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Have a family drama that needs Dr. Phil’s help?

How Life Has Changed For Young Woman Who Was Pregnant And Addicted To Heroin

Father Shares Update On 21-Year-Old Daughter Who He Says Was ‘Spiraling’ Out Of Control

David wrote to Dr. Phil concerned about his 21-year-old daughter, Danielle, who he said was spiraling out of control. He said not only did she have violent rages, but she was also using drugs and driving under the influence.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Is Dr. Phil your only hope?

In the video above, David shares an update about Danielle. On Wednesday’s episode, watch more inspiring updates. Check here to see where you can tune in.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Relative gone from big success to a total mess?

How Life Has Changed For Young Woman Who Was Pregnant And Addicted To Heroin

Woman Who Drank A Gallon Of Vodka A Day Shares What Dr. Phil Said To Her That Inspired Her To Quit Drinking

Jessi says she used to drink a gallon of vodka a day, had driven drunk numerous times, got buzzed during work and had lost full custody of her son. She says that appearing on Dr. Phil changed her life.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: I’m Living A Nightmare!

“I realized what I had been doing was completely tearing my family apart,” she says, now almost four years sober. “I definitely needed the reality check.”

Watch the video above to hear what Dr. Phil said that inspired her to change, and how her life is today. And, watch more inspiring updates here.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Is Dr. Phil your only hope?

Update On Bad Boy Blake

Man Describes Moment From ‘Dr. Phil’ Appearance That He Says Changed His Life

When JJ appeared on Dr. Phil, he was living in a camper in his parents’ backyard, using drugs and behaving violently. He also blamed his parents for his situation.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: I’m Living A Nightmare!

In the video above, he describes the moment he realized he needed to change his ways, and he gives an update on his life.

Watch more inspiring updates here.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Is Dr. Phil your only hope?

Why Former Addict Says He Decided To Enter Treatment

Three Sisters Who Were Addicted To Heroin Return To ‘Dr. Phil’

When sisters Valeen, Amanda and Tiffany appeared on Dr. Phil, they were all addicted to heroin and got high together in their parents’ home. Encouraging the siblings that they could change their lives, Dr. Phil told them, “You can turn this around,” and offered them the opportunity to enter treatment.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Is Dr. Phil your only hope?

Now, three years later, the sisters return to Dr. Phil and share their progress – and bumps — on their road to recovery. And, hear what they say their experience was like being on the show. Plus, Valeen offers advice to others who may be struggling to get sober.

Watch more updates on Wednesday’s episode. Check here to see where you can tune in.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Life in crisis?

Former Alcoholic Says: ‘Without A Doubt, Dr. Phil Saved My Life’

Heroin Addict Who Continued To Use After 10 Days In A Coma And Open Heart Surgery Gives Update On Her Life

Clyde and Charlotte were desperate to save their daughter, Bethany’s, life when they appeared on Dr. Phil. They said that despite open heart surgery, a pacemaker, and 10 days in a coma, Bethany continued to abuse heroin.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Is Dr. Phil your only hope?

Now nine months sober, Bethany tells Dr. Phil, “I feel really good, physically, mentally.”

In the video above, also hear from her parents. And on Wednesday’s episode, watch more inspiring updates. Check here to see where you can tune in.

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: I’m Living A Nightmare!

People Who Say Their Lives Have Been Touched By The Sobriety Of ‘Dr. Phil’ Guests