Mike says that before he stopped working, he was putting in “12 hours a day, seven days a week” to support his family. He claims that at one time he was working two full-time jobs and took care of the house because Jessica, a stay-at-home mom and Mike’s soon-to-be ex-wife, just “let things go.” TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Explosive family drama?
“I was never allowed to take a break,” says Mike, who claims that the most important thing to Jessica, “was getting my paycheck.” WATCH Man Claims His Soon-To-Be Ex Has ‘Brainwashed’ Their Kids Into Hating Him
Mike also claims that since he moved to another state for work, Jessica has been turning their daughters, 16-year-old Chloe and 18-year-old Zoey, against him.
“I finally had a terrible, terrible mental breakdown,” he says, claiming that Jessica was coaching their daughters to harass him about money. WATCH Teen Claims Dad Told Her He’s Letting Family Home ‘Go Back To The Bank’
Jessica adamantly denies Mike’s claims. She’s accusing him of faking a mental health crisis so he can abandon their girls emotionally and financially, which he also denies.
When Chloe claims her father failed to call her for an entire year after he moved away, how does Mike respond? Plus, find out how he explains a voicemail he left for one of the girls, calling their mother a “[expletive] psycho.”
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