Sue says she is desperate to clear her husband, Tim’s, name and get him released from prison after admitting that she lied when she accused him of abuse in 2019. She says that she was angry with Tim at the time because she was convinced he was cheating on her and now deeply regrets her actions.

“Hopefully, Dr. Phil can help me clear Tim’s name,” says Sue. “I hope other people watching our story don’t make the same horrible mistake I made just because they’re angry at someone.”

Tim is currently serving a five-and-a-half-year sentence on a probation violation due to Sue’s allegations. Unless something changes, he won’t be released until 2024. Sue says she has been racked with guilt and went back to court to recant her testimony, but the judge didn’t buy her new story.

On Monday’s episode of Dr. Phil, ‘“I Lied And Sent My Husband To Prison!”’ Scott Rouse, Mark Bowden, Chase Hughes, and Greg Hartley, collectively known as The Behavior Panel, analyze Sue’s body language. Watch the video above to find out who says they believe that Sue is telling the truth.

And later, Dr. Phil and The Behavior Panel discuss Russian President Vladimir Putin, Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky, and the latest developments in the Jussie Smollett case.

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