Lester was an All-American high school football player and the starting quarterback at Tulane University for three years. He says he knows firsthand how being adored by can get to a player’s head, as well as how some colleges are enabling players to feel untouchable.

On Monday’s episode of Dr. Phil, “Are Athletes Being Coached to Be Untouchable?” Lester describes an incident in which he witnessed a friend, who was also a student-athlete, strike a young woman during an argument. He says he thought he and his friend would be questioned by the police, but that wasn’t the case. Lester says his friend made a phone call, and the problem went away.

“To see this was alarming and very nerve-wracking,” he says.

Watch the video above to hear Lester talk about how he, too, had a sense of entitlement as a student-athlete and how his mother responded to his behavior.

And on Tuesday’s conclusion,“Athletes Behaving Badly or Targets for False Accusations?” while some people claim that a culture of entitlement can cause student-athletes to feel above the law and engage in bad behavior, one attorney says he believes players can also be easy targets for false accusations and money grabs.

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