Johnathan, Heather, and Tess all claim they were targeted by alleged con artist Mair Smyth, who said she was an Irish heiress set to inherit millions of dollars. Johnathan says he was scammed out of almost $100,000; Heather claims Smyth was her life coach and conned her out of $16,000, and Tess claims she was tricked by Smyth through lies of a cancer diagnosis and a friendship with an A-list celebrity.
Smyth’s lies caught up with her, and in 2019, she landed in jail for grand theft – but she was released in December 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

An investigator found an address where he believes Smyth currently lives in Maine, so a news crew went to the address to see if they could locate Smyth. See what happens in the video above.
On Friday’s episode of Dr. Phil, "Exclusive: 'Queen of the Con,'" hear what Johnathan, Heather,  and Tess claim their interactions with Smyth were like. And, a former District Attorney offers insight into con artists. Check local listings to see where you can watch.

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