Jorell claims his father, Peter, is a manipulative person who took him against his will and kept him captive at his property in the desert. Jorell says his father claimed Jorell was in a “marijuana-induced psychosis” and used that as an excuse to keep him away from his family for nearly three weeks.

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“This was an attempt to get me back in the Mormon Church, away from marijuana,” Jorell claims. “I believe that he did think that I was using too much cannabis.”

Peter says he heard his son was behaving erratically, and that he was just trying to help the 34-year-old. He claims “it’s not a big issue” that Jorell left the church.

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On Monday’s episode of Dr. Phil, Troy Dunn, The Locator and a relationship expert who brings families together, who is also a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, offers advice to the estranged father and son. How does Peter respond?

On Monday, can this family learn to co-exist and get along? Check here to see where you can watch.


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