Jane says she has been sending money to her online boyfriend, “Jonathan,” though she’s never met him face-to-face. She says she began sending him money after talking to him online for two weeks – and has continued to do so for the last 18 months.

“Over the past year-and-a-half, I have sent him almost $1 million,” admits Jane.

Jane says “Jonathan” told her that he’s being held “hostage” at a construction worksite in Miami until the debt he owes is paid off. She also says “Jonathan” has told her that once his debt is paid in full, he’ll be getting $10.3 million in earnings he’s owed for previous jobs. She says she recently sold her home and plans to send him part of the proceeds to help him pay what he claims he owes.

“Jonathan will finally be free of all debt and released from his captivity,” says Jane. When Dr. Phil asks Jane how “Jonathan” managed to convince her to sell her home, how does Jane respond? Plus, find out why Jane says she has to send “Jonathan” money through wire transfers and cryptocurrency instead of using a bank.

Tune in to part one of this two-part Dr. Phil, “'I Sold My House for Online Love!',” on 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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