Sue says she has been racked with guilt since her husband, Tim, was sent back to prison for a probation violation after she admits she falsely accused him of abusing her.

“I took five-and-a-half years of his life away,” says Sue, who has tried to recant her testimony against Tim. “I don’t know if I’ll ever be able to get over it.”

Tim claims he has never cheated on Sue, was never physical with her, and doesn’t understand why she wanted him thrown back in prison.

“She’s told me some things. She was jealous and being vindictive,” he says. Unless something changes, Tim won’t be released from prison until 2024.

Sue admits she was angry at Tim at the time she made the allegations because she believed he was cheating on her. She also says that she deeply regrets her actions.

Watch Monday’s episode of Dr. Phil, ‘“I Lied And Sent My Husband To Prison!”’ to hear how Tim responds when he is asked whether he forgives his wife.

And later, Scott Rouse, Mark Bowden, Chase Hughes, and Greg Hartley are known collectively as The Behavior Panel. What is their analysis of Sue’s body language and behavior?

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