Alaska says that shortly after she created a cuddling website to help those suffering from PTSD, anxiety, and depression, she saw that the demands of her clients included wanting to date the cuddlers, so she adapted her website to also be a dating platform. That’s when the married mom says she started using pictures of herself -- many of them provocative -- to market the website. She also admits that she has multiple personal profiles on the site and goes on cuddling dates, including traveling out of state to be a cuddler -- but she insists she's doing nothing more than cuddling with her clients.

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“They’re paying you to go to dinner with them,” Dr. Phil says to Alaska. “Is that not a date?”

“You can call it a date, or you can call it their cuddle time,” Alaska replies. “If that’s what they want to do with their time that they’ve asked me to spend with them, that makes them feel better.”

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“You’re a paid escort,” Dr. Phil says. “You’re going with them to dinner; you’re their escort. I’m not saying you’re having sex with them. But that’s not a cuddle; that’s an escort.”

“I would call it a companion,” Alaska says.

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