Carrol says she’s supported her 48-year-old son, Paul, financially all his life
, even though he’s stolen money from her and his father, Frank, and from their business. Paul admits to stealing from his parents, but claims they owe him
for the million dollar proceeds from the sale of the family pet store. TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Have family drama that needs that help?
“Dad thinks he should get money from the family business,” says Paul’s 25-year-old daughter, Samantha, who was raised by Carrol and Frank. “I don’t think he deserves it because he didn’t put much effort into it.”
Continuing, she says, “I’ve seen everything that he charges to my grandparents’ credit cards, and if he doesn’t stop, he does need to be held responsible.”
Does Dr. Phil have a solution to help Frank stop depending on his parents? Tune in to Tuesday’s episode.
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