Tony Fort says he was 10 years old when he met Michael Vines, a man who would change his life forever. 

“He was really nice to me, and I thought he was my best friend,” Fort says of the man his mom knew and let him spend time with. “Michael started giving me drugs, crack cocaine, and it definitely numbed things. He did tell me it was candy. That’s when the sexual abuse started.”
Fort says Michael, who was in his 40s, asked his mom if he could take him to the beach for the weekend, and she let her son go. Hear what Fort says happened next and how the FBI rescued him in the video above.
On Monday’s episode of Dr. Phil, "Surviving Evil," Fort speaks out for the first time. Hear what he says happened when his family moved to a new state. 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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