Nicolette admits that she’s a “spoiled brat.” The 15-year-old says that growing up, she has had a credit card with unlimited funds which she uses to buy designer handbags, pay for personal trainers and driving services, and to dine out in Beverly Hills. She says her mother, Nina, recently reduced her monthly allowance from $5,000 to $1,000, which she claims makes her feel like a “peasant.” TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Do you need Dr. Phil to “get real” with someone?
To show Nicolette another side of life, Dr. Phil sends her on assignment to feed the homeless near Skid Row in downtown Los Angeles. In the video above, see what happens when the teen learns what she will be doing. How does she react? And, what does the Volunteer Manager say about her behavior and attitude?WATCH: ‘We’re Talking About Me Here; This Is My Show,’ 15-Year-Old Says To Dr. Phil
And on Tuesday’s episode of Dr. Phil
, see what happens when her mom, who admits she has parented Nicolette out of guilt, tells her daughter it’s time she gets a real job. Check here
to see where you can watch.TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Bad mother/daughter relationship?
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