“We think about pedophiles, we think about predators as stranger danger. We think about people that abduct children. We think about the creepy guy in the raincoat,” Dr. Phil says on Monday’s episode, “Surviving Evil.” “The fact of the matter is that 93% of children that fall victim to these predators know the predator.”
Tony Fort knew the man who abducted him. He was a friend of Tony’s mother who engaged him and showed him “a bunch of stuff kids wanted.” Fort says he believed the older man was his best friend. But then, Fort says the man started to drug him with crack cocaine and sexually abuse him. He eventually abducted Fort when he was 11.
On Monday’s episode, "Surviving Evil," Fort speaks out for the first time about what happened to him. And, Fort reunites with the FBI agent who helped save his life more than 20 years ago. Then, on Tuesday, "'Surviving Evil' Kidnapped And Abused: Former Victims Speak Out," go inside the dramatic rescue of Fort. Plus, hear from a woman who says she was 13 when she was lured from her home by an internet predator and placed in a dog collar, chained to the floor, and horrifically abused. Check local listings to see where you can watch.

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