January 18, 2017
Annie says she’s convinced Michael Jackson’s hit song “Smooth Criminal,” about a woman named Annie who had been violently attacked in her apartment by a smooth assailant, was written about her. The former model and mother of three says she was in a physically abusive relationship at the time the song was written and says the lyrics describe what was happening in her life. She says the King of Pop even mentions her name 46 times in the song because he wanted her to know he was aware of the abuse and wanted to know if she was OK.
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However, her daughter Akeeya says her mother is delusional and there’s absolutely no way the song was written about her. She claims that when she was growing up, her mother, Annie, displayed “erratic behavior,” including believing that maintenance people were stealing her undergarments. She says her mother also covered keyholes in the house for fear people were coming into their home. Akeeya says her mom has crossed the line with the delusion that she is Annie from Michael Jackson’s hit song “Smooth Criminal.”
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In the video above, Dr. Phil reviews some of the “erratic” behavior Akeeya claims her mother has displayed, including that her ex-husband had a secret tunnel in the bedroom and came out as six different people. How does Annie respond to her daughter’s allegations? This episode airs Wednesday. Watch more here.
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