Jessica says she loves the world of exotic dancing “Because you can be free to be exactly who you are.” She says her parents, Craig and Mary, hate the fact that she likes dancing, because “They don’t find it a respectable way to support me and my kid,”


Jessica claims that after she admitted to her parents that she was earning extra money as a "sugar baby," they kicked her out of the house. Claiming she had nowhere else to go, Jessica says she moved to Las Vegas on the promise of a man she’d met online, who told her he had the connections to help her make it big as a model and dancer.

“He knew everything and everybody. But the thing was - he was a total fraud,” she admits, claiming the man forced her into working as a prostitute, then later abandoned her. Now she says she's pregnant and destitute, living with her 2-year-old daughter in a Las Vegas homeless shelter.

In part one of a two-part Dr. Phil airing Monday, why does Jessica claim her parents, who both work as mental health professionals, are “phonies” who refuse to help her?

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