‘I Was A Bit Naïve,’ Says Man Who Claims He Had No Idea The Woman He’s Dating Was Catfishing Others Online

Ken says he’s been dating Sarah off-and-on for four years, but claims he had no idea the 24-year-old had stolen someone else’s identity, or that she was using it to engage in a catfishing scheme targeting dozens of other women.

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He says Sarah told him “elaborate stories” but he didn’t realize that the stories may have belonged to the women she had met online.

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“I was a bit naïve,” he says.

Ken says that when he found out about Sarah’s online activities, the thing that made him the most upset “was not so much what was going on – as how many times she lied to me about it.”

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How does Ken say Sarah reacted when he confronted her with the truth?

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How Catfishing Destroys Lives

How Catfishing Destroys Lives

Alan and Amanda say they first discovered that someone had been using Alan’s pictures to lure women into online relationships in 2012. The couple says they weren’t too concerned until they learned that the catfish had photos of their home.

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In part one of a two-part episode airing Thursday, Dr. Phil, who has covered numerous stories of catfishing says, “I can’t tell you the pain that I’ve seen it cause. It destroys people’s lives. It disrupts their lives. It creates fear; it creates pain; sometimes it causes people to go bankrupt.”

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Watch the video above to learn about some of the catfishing stories and schemes Dr. Phil has tackled on the show in the past.

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‘ I Don’t Know What To Believe Anymore,’ Says Real-Life Boyfriend Of Admitted Catfish

‘There’s Always Been This Lingering Fear That She’s Just A Master Con-Artist’

Sarah is accused of catfishing dozens of women over several years, and of using photos she stole from Alan, a man she didn’t know, as bait in fake dating profiles.

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Ken says he was “a bit naïve,” but he didn’t realize that the “elaborate stories” his on-again, off-again girlfriend, Sarah, told him may have belonged to other women she met online. He claims he had no idea the 24-year-old had stolen someone else’s identity, or that she was using it to engage in catfishing.

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“I love Sarah, and I want to be with her, but there’s always been this lingering fear that she’s just a master con-artist,” says Ken in the video above.

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Check here to find out where you can watch part one of a two-part Dr. Phil airing Thursday, then tune in for the conclusion on Friday when Sarah joins the conversation.

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Woman Claims Someone Has Been Using Her Husband’s Photos As Catfish Bait

‘I Don’t Know What To Believe Anymore,’ Says Real-Life Boyfriend Of Admitted Catfish

Amanda and her husband, Alan, claim that 24-year-old Sarah has been using Alan’s photos to catfish other women on social media and say she’s been doing it for years. The couple hired a private investigator to find out who was impersonating Alan after several of Sarah’s victims contacted Amanda.

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Once she was found out, Sarah wrote an apology letter to Alan, but he says, “I didn’t believe a word of it.”

Sarah’s boyfriend, Ken, says that when he confronted Sarah about her activities, she lied to him, repeatedly. When Dr. Phil asks Ken if he thinks Sarah has stopped, he replies, “I don’t know what to believe anymore.”

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Alan says he and Amanda once suspected Ken might have been the catfish. What does he say Ken did that changed their minds?

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‘ There’s Always Been This Lingering Fear That She’s Just A Master Con-Artist’

Man Says The Woman Who Used His Identity To Catfish Others Has Apologized

Amanda and Alan discovered someone had been using Alan’s photos and identity to bait dozens of women in a catfish scheme for years after victims alerted them.

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The couple learned that a 24-year-old woman named Sarah was behind the catfishing and although they’ve confronted her, they say they don’t believe she’s done.

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“Sarah has apologized to me for using my identity, but she’s a compulsive liar,” claims Alan in the video above.

Why does Amanda say she believes Sarah won’t stop?

Plus, learn how Sarah’s boyfriend, Ken, says he reacted when he learned what she was doing.

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‘ I Was A Bit Naïve,’ Says Man Who Claims He Had No Idea The Woman He’s Dating Was Catfishing Others Online

Man Claims Woman Who Used His Photo To Catfish Others Had Ongoing Conversations ‘With At Least 50 Different Women’

Alan and his wife, Amanda, claim that a 24-year-old woman named Sarah has been using Alan’s photos to lure in other women in an online love scheme that has been going on for years.

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The couple says they learned that Sarah was the catfish after hiring a private investigator.

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Alan claims that not only did Sarah create a fake dating profile using his photos, but that she had ongoing conversations “with at least 50 different women.”

“This isn’t just a game to the victims,” says Dr. Phil in the video above. “People actually form relationships, and they make emotional investments.”

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Amanda claims Sarah had also acquired personal information about her family that wasn’t online. How did she get it?

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Man Says The Woman Who Used His Identity To Catfish Others Has Apologized

‘We Were All Shocked To Find Out Who It Was,’ Says Man On Discovering Who Was Using His Photos As Catfish Bait

When Amanda received messages in 2012 alerting her to an online catfishing scheme that was using photos of her husband Alan as bait, she says they weren’t too concerned. Then, they say victims started sending her photos of both the exterior and interior of their home.

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Not knowing whether the person was a stranger or someone they knew, the couple decided to hire a private investigator to solve the mystery.

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“We were all shocked to find out who it was,” says Alan. “The person behind this actually wasn’t a creepy man at all,” says Amanda, adding, “it was a 24-year-old female.”

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Who is the woman, and how was she able to get photos and personal information about Amanda and Alan’s family?

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Man Claims Woman Who Used His Photo To Catfish Others Had Ongoing Conversations ‘With At Least 50 Different Women’

Woman Claims Someone Has Been Using Her Husband’s Photos As Catfish Bait

Amanda claims that for the past several years, someone has been using her husband, Alan’s, online photos as catfish bait. She says she first heard about the scheme in 2012 when she began receiving messages from women alerting her to a profile on a social media dating app featuring Alan’s photos.

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“I didn’t think there was anything we could do about it, so we just kind of let it go,” says Alan.

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Amanda says they weren’t too worried at first. Then one of the victims sent them pictures of both the exterior and interior of their home.

“That’s when I realized what we thought was a catfish was actually someone stalking our family,” she says in the video above.

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Was the catfish a stranger or someone they knew?

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‘We Were All Shocked To Find Out Who It Was,’ Says Man On Discovering Who Was Using His Photos As Catfish Bait

Subject Of ‘A Murder In Mansfield’ Documentary Says ‘The Purpose Of This Film Is To Show Vulnerability’

Collier (Boyle) Landry says the night his mother died he was woken up by screaming and two loud “thuds” in the middle of the night. When he went looking for his mother in the morning, he says his father, Dr. John Boyle, told him she’d gone on vacation. Three weeks later, Noreen Boyle’s body was discovered buried under the basement of a home in another state. The home had recently been purchased by John.

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Collier, who was 11 at the time of his mother’s death in late December 1989, testified at his father’s murder trial. More than a quarter-century later, he became the subject of the documentary “A Murder in Mansfield” from Investigation Discovery.

In the film, Collier confronts his father about his mother’s death, and also views crime scene photos for the very first time.

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“The purpose of this film is to show vulnerability, and to show that when you go through trauma, you can get through it,” Collier tells Dr. Phil in the video above. What does he say happened to him in the hours after police found his mother’s remains?

Check here to find out where you can watch this Dr. Phil daytime exclusive airing Wednesday.

Footage/photos provided by Investigation Discovery. “A Murder in Mansfield” premieres on Investigation Discovery and IDGO at 9 p.m. EST on Saturday, November 17, 2018.

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Man Who Testified Against Dad In Mother’s Murder Trial Claims, ‘It Was Completely Premeditated’

Man Who Testified In Dad’s Murder Trial At Age 12 Says, ‘I Literally Stared Him Down The Whole Time’

In 1990, the testimony of then 12-year-old Collier (Boyle) Landry helped to convict his father, Dr. John Boyle, of murder. The victim was Collier’s mother, Noreen Boyle,44, who was killed in the family’s Mansfield, Ohio home.

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Collier testified that on the night of his mother’s death, he was awakened between 3:00 and 3:15 AM, “Because I heard a scream coming from my sister.”

Collier went on to testify that a few minutes following the scream he heard a loud “thud,” then a second noise, “And by that time, I was petrified.” He said he didn’t get up to investigate, “Because I was extremely afraid of my father.”

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In an exclusive daytime Dr. Phil airing Wednesday, Collier, now 40, talks about his experiences, both during the trial and in making the documentary, “A Murder in Mansfield.” He says that when he testified against his father, “I literally stared him down the whole time.”

John Boyle adamantly denied murdering his wife throughout the trial and in the years since. More than two decades later, does Boyle change his story when Collier confronts him in prison with documentary cameras rolling?

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Why A Man Says He Was Adamant About Testifying At His Father’s Murder Trial

Man Says He Confronted Dad In Prison After 26 Years Because He Wanted Answers About Mother’s Murder

On December 30, 1989, Collier (Boyle) Landry, then 11, says he kissed his mother, Noreen Boyle, goodnight, then went to bed. It was the last time he would ever see her alive.

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Collier says he awakened to screams and loud thumps in the middle of the night. When he went looking for his mother in the morning, Collier says his father, Dr. John Boyle, told him his mom had gone on “vacation.” Collier says he soon realized that what he heard that night were actually the sounds of his mother being murdered by his father.

More than two decades after Collier’s testimony helped convict his father of murder; he says he decided to confront Boyle behind bars. That encounter became part of the Investigation Discovery documentary, “A Murder in Mansfield.”

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“I wanted to do this documentary,” Collier tells Dr. Phil during an exclusive daytime airing this Wednesday. “I wanted to go back and get the answers that I wanted from my father.”

Collier says another reason he wanted to do the documentary was that he didn’t want Noreen’s murder to be her legacy.

“I wasn’t going to let that be the final chapter.”

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Man Who Testified In Dad’s Murder Trial At Age 12 Says, ‘I Literally Stared Him Down The Whole Time’

Today’s Takeaway: The Domino Effect Of Trauma

In late December 1989, 11-year-old Collier (Boyle) Landry heard a scream and loud “thumps” coming from his mother, Noreen’s bedroom. The next morning, his father, Dr. John Boyle, told the child his mother had gone on “vacation,” but Collier says he didn’t believe it.

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The police investigation into Noreen Boyle’s disappearance revealed John had a pregnant mistress and a “secret” house in another state. Noreen’s body was found three weeks after she went missing – buried under the basement floor in the new home.

At Boyle’s murder trial, Collier testified against his dad, helping to put him behind bars. 

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But more than a quarter-century after his guilty verdict, Dr. Boyle continued to insist he was innocent of his wife’s murder.

On Wednesday’s Dr. Phil, Collier talks about what it was like to confront his father in prison, and discusses why he decided to allow his family’s tragedy to become the documentary film, “A Murder in Mansfield.”

In Today’s Takeaway, Dr. Phil explores the “domino effect” of trauma and how it can impact entire families.

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Man Says He Confronted Dad In Prison After 26 Years Because He Wanted Answers About Mother’s Murder

Why A Man Says He Was Adamant About Testifying At His Father’s Murder Trial

In 1990 a jury convicted Ohio doctor John Boyle of murdering his 44-year-old wife, Noreen. The couple’s then 12-year-old son, Collier, testified at John’s trial, helping to put him behind bars. For over two decades, Boyle has denied his guilt.

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In an exclusive daytime Dr. Phil airing Wednesday, Collier, now 40, says that when the prosecution told him he didn’t need to testify, he responded, “‘There’s absolutely no way you’re talking me out of testifying, because I know what happened, and this’ – I was very, very adamant about it – ‘This guy’s not going to get away with this.’”

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In the video above, Collier, who is the subject of the documentary “A Murder in Mansfield” from Investigation Discovery, says he discovered his father was having an affair in the months before his mother was murdered.

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Subject Of ‘A Murder In Mansfield’ Documentary Says ‘The Purpose Of This Film Is To Show Vulnerability’

Man Says His Sister May Have Witnessed Their Mother’s Murder In 1989

Collier (Boyle) Landry testified in 1990 that he heard a scream and two loud “thuds” on the night his mother, Noreen Boyle, went missing in late December 1989. The then 12-year-old’s testimony helped to convict his father, Dr. John Boyle, of murder. Boyle is currently serving a life sentence at Marion Correctional Institution in Ohio.

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In the Investigation Discovery documentary, “A Murder in Mansfield,” authorities say there may have been another witness to the events of that night. Collier’s younger sister, Elizabeth, who had recently been adopted by the Boyles, may have seen what happened.

“I don’t see how she couldn’t,” says Collier, adding, “Every single night she would go to bed in her room, which was right next to my mother’s room, and she would end up in the bed with my mother the next morning.”

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Collier says when he woke up the morning after hearing the disturbance, he found Elizabeth in their mother’s bed.

In the video above from Wednesday’s exclusive interview, Collier, now 40, tells Dr. Phil that after Noreen’s murder, Elizabeth was adopted by another family, and he hasn’t seen her in over 28 years.

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Footage/photos provided by Investigation Discovery. “A Murder in Mansfield” premieres on Investigation Discovery and IDGO at 9 p.m. EST on Saturday, November 17, 2018.

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Today’s Takeaway: The Domino Effect Of Trauma

Son Who Testified For The Prosecution In Dad’s Murder Trial Says, ‘There’s A Little Part Of You That Doesn’t Want It To Be True’

In 1990, 12-year old Collier testified for the prosecution in the murder trial of his father, Dr. John Boyle. He was found guilty of killing Collier’s mother, 44-year-old Noreen.

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Boyle, who is currently serving out a life sentence in Ohio’s Marion Correctional Institution, denied murdering Noreen for years. Collier says that even though he thinks his father is “a horrific human being,” he visited him in prison for years.

“There’s a little part of you that doesn’t want it to be true,” he says.

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When Collier confronts his father in the documentary film, “A Murder in Mansfield,” John finally admits he killed Noreen, but he claims it was an accident.

In an excerpt from the film, he says, “My intentions were not to kill her or do anything else to her, but then she picked up a knife,” he says to Collier, adding, “I pushed her, and she hit her head against that wooden table.”

How does Collier respond when Dr. Phil asks, “Did you get the sense that he expected you to buy this?”

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Man Says His Sister May Have Witnessed Their Mother’s Murder In 1989

Man Who Testified Against Dad In Mother’s Murder Trial Claims, ‘It Was Completely Premeditated’

In 1990 Dr. John Boyle went on trial for the December 1989 murder of his wife, Noreen.

“I did not kill Noreen. I never harmed her at all,” Boyle testified, claiming that they’d had an argument and then she left their Mansfield, Ohio home on the night she disappeared.

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At his father’s trial, John and Noreen Boyle’s then 12-year-old son, Collier, testified that he heard a scream and two loud “thuds” on the night his mother went missing. The boy’s account helped to convict his father, who is currently serving a life sentence.

WATCH: Man Who Testified In Dad’s Murder Trial At Age 12 Says, ‘I Literally Stared Him Down The Whole Time’

“It wasn’t until after I had testified that my father went on a crusade for many years to try to get me to rescind my testimony,” claims Collier, now 40. He’s the subject of the documentary film, “A Murder in Mansfield,” in which he revisits his mother’s murder and confronts his father from inside Ohio’s Marion Correctional Institution.

Watch the video above to learn what Collier says he shared with authorities that helped lead them to Noreen’s remains; and why he claims his mother’s murder was “completely premeditated.”

Tune in Wednesday to watch the rest of this Dr. Phil daytime exclusive. Check here to find your local listing.

Footage/photos provided by Investigation Discovery. “A Murder in Mansfield” premieres on Investigation Discovery and IDGO at 9 p.m. EST on Saturday, November 17, 2018.

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Son Who Testified For The Prosecution In Dad’s Murder Trial Says, ‘There’s A Little Part Of You That Doesn’t Want It To Be True’

Young Man Says He Told Girlfriend He’s Murdered Someone ‘To Scare Her’

D’Andre says his two-year relationship with Autumn has been filled with physical, mental and emotional abuse. He admits that he’s choked Autumn six times and that he has slammed her on a bed and pushed her into walls. As a result of one fight, D’Andre landed in jail charged with aggravated domestic assault.

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In the video above from Tuesday’s episode of Dr. Phil, Dr. Phil asks D’Andre, “Have you threatened to murder her, and did you tell her that you’ve murdered someone before?”

“Yes, sir,” D’Andre replies.

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Hear D’Andre’s explanation in the video above.

On Tuesday’s episode, is D’Andre, who has been through anger management classes and acknowledges that he has work to do, ready to leave Autumn alone once and for all? Or, is he willing to face the possible consequences of the law? Check here to see where you can watch.

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Psychiatrist Tells Parents With Daughter In Abusive Relationship: ‘In Her Mind, He Has Rescued Her From You’

Autumn says that for the last two years, she has been in an abusive relationship with D’Andre. She claims he has choked her, pushed her and even told her he was going to kill her. However, Autumn says even after they fight and break up, she always goes back to him.

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So what could be driving her to return to the arms of her abuser?

Dr. Charles Sophy, a board-certified psychiatrist, member of the Dr. Phil Advisory Board and medical director of the Department of Child and Family Services in Los Angeles, shares his thoughts.

“In her mind, he has rescued her from you. That connection, she can’t let go,” Dr. Sophy says to Autumn’s parents. “He’s her protector, even though he doesn’t protect her.”

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In the video above from Tuesday’s episode of Dr. Phil, hear more of Dr. Sophy’s thoughts, and hear Autumn’s response. Does she agree?

Autumn says she wants to know if she can fix D’Andre. Hear what Dr. Phil says on Tuesday’s episode. Check here to see where you can watch.

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‘You Can’t Fix Him,’ Dr. Phil Tells Young Woman Whose Boyfriend Has Been Abusive

‘You Can’t Fix Him,’ Dr. Phil Tells Young Woman Whose Boyfriend Has Been Abusive

Autumn says her relationship with her on-again, off-again boyfriend, D’Andre, has been physically abusive. She claims he has choked her, thrown her to the ground and pushed her head into a wall. Yet, she says she continues to return to the relationship.

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“I feel like everyone has, like, someone in the world that they’re meant to be with, so, is he just, like, not meant to be with anybody if he’s like this?” she asks Dr. Phil on Tuesday’s episode.

“No, not at all. But, by the same token, what’s wrong with him is above your pay grade,” Dr. Phil tells her. “You can’t fix him.”

WATCH: Young Man Says He Told Girlfriend He’s Murdered Someone ‘To Scare Her’

Hear more from Dr. Phil and board-certified psychiatrist Dr. Charles Sophy, who share insight into what may be going on inside D’Andre’s brain, in the video above.

This episode airs Tuesday. Watch more here.

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Today’s Takeaway: Love’s Not Supposed To Hurt All The Time

Young Man Who Admits He’s Abused Girlfriend Apologizes To Her Parents

D’Andre, who admits to being abusive to his on-again, off-again girlfriend of two years, Autumn, apologizes to her parents for his behavior.

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“If anything’s going to get resolved, first and foremost, I want to apologize to y’all for the things that I have done to your daughter, because she’s a beautiful girl. She has a good heart, and y’all are, well, great parents,” he says on Tuesday’s episode of Dr. Phil. “I’ve done things, and I’m not perfect. However, I hope that one day, y’all can find it in y’all’s hearts to forgive me for all the things that I’ve done.”

WATCH: Young Man Says He Told Girlfriend He’s Murdered Someone ‘To Scare Her’

Dr. Phil has a powerful message for the young man who has broken an order of protection by having contact with Autumn. “Would you like to work cooperatively or adversarially?” he asks D’Andre. Hear his response in the video above.

And on Tuesday’s episode of Dr. Phil, hear from Autumn, who says she wants to know if she can fix D’Andre – and Dr. Phil’s response. Check here to see where you can watch.

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Psychiatrist Tells Parents With Daughter In Abusive Relationship: ‘In Her Mind, He Has Rescued Her From You’