CJ says he disapproves of his ex-wife, Kaylie’s, lifestyle and career as a professional dominatrix; especially since he claims she’s having a negative influence on their 14-year-old daughter, Gabrielle, who he sent to live with her mother this past July.

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Kaylie admits to allowing the teen to smoke, drink, use marijuana, drop out of school and to have sex. She claims she’d rather supervise and guide Gabrielle’s activities than have her sneak around behind their backs.

Dr. Charles Sophy, a psychiatrist and medical director for the County of Los Angeles of Children and Family Services (DCSF), tells the former couple they’re both breaking the law.

“I want to be very straight up about this. What Dr. Sophy is saying is absolutely correct,” Dr. Phil tells the former couple. “By definition of the law, your daughter is not capable of giving consent.”

When Kaylie attempts to explain why she’s allowed Gabrielle to participate in these activities, Dr. Phil interrupts, saying, “This is not a matter of opinion, you are providing your child with alcohol, you are providing her with marijuana, you are allowing her, knowingly, to have sex. These are crimes!”

To CJ he says, “And let me tell you, he’s saying that she’s allowing this, I asked you when we started, what the hell are you thinking? You said, she’s doing all of this and you sent her there.”

Do CJ and Kaylie say they understand the gravity of the situation? And when Gabrielle begins to mock the adults, what does Dr. Phil say to get her attention?

The conclusion of this two-part Dr. Phil airs Wednesday. Check your local listing here. 

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