Bob was convicted of molesting his daughter Kim when she was a child. He served four years in prison for sexual assault, but years later, Bob maintains that Kim was a willing participant.

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“That’s true. I mean, she’s got a great imagination. I mean - you know - half the stuff we did was her idea, but nothing was forced on her,” he claims.

Addressing Kim, he claims he even told her that they needed to stop, claiming “The second or third time we did this, I said you know what we’re doing is wrong? And you said, ‘Yeah, I know.’”

“That’s because you told me we were sinning,” responds Kim. “You told me we were committing adultery. I didn’t even know what that word meant until you told me.”

How does Kim respond when Bob claims she always had the choice to say no? Tune in to part one of this two-part Dr. Phil airing Tuesday.

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‘I Don’t Want To Live In The Past,’ Says Man Convicted Of Molesting His Daughter