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.TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Have family drama that needs help?
“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.WATCH: Video Man Claims Is Evidence Son Had ‘Cannabis-Induced Psychosis’
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?
, can this family learn to co-exist and get along? Check here
to see where you can watch.TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Is Dr. Phil your only hope?
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