Jane says she has sent her online boyfriend, “Jonathan,” nearly $1 million over the last year-and-a-half despite never having met him in person or seeing him in a video chat. She says that “Jonathan” claims he’s being held “hostage” at a construction worksite in Miami until the debt he owes is paid off. She also says he told her that once his debt is paid in full, he’ll be getting $10.3 million in back pay, and they can finally be together.

Jane says her friends and family are telling her that “Jonathan” is a scammer, but she doesn’t want to hear it. She recently sold her home and says she plans to send “Jonathan” part of the proceeds to help him pay what he claims he owes.

When Dr. Phil asks, “What kind of man would ask – demand – threaten a woman to give up her home to solve his problems?” how does Jane respond? Find out in part one of this two-part Dr. Phil, “'I Sold My House for Online Love!',” airing Monday.

Then on Tuesday’s conclusion, “Part Two: Where is ‘Jonathan’ ?,” Jane meets a man named Ed who looks like the man she knows as “Jonathan” but isn’t. What is Jane’s response when Ed reveals his images were taken off the internet without his permission and used to scam others?

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