“Willow is not a normal child whatsoever. Her emotions are very unpredictable. She is a very demanding child,” says Tiffany about her 15-year-old granddaughter. “I do feel that Willow could get to the point of actually killing her [mother].”
Tiffany claims that her daughter Marie has been “too passive” with Willow. “In the beginning, Marie was very much the friend to her daughter, and then when Willow started getting more violent, Marie tried to start becoming the parent. I thought it was way too late,” she says.

Tiffany is now caring for Marie’s 12-year-old son because Marie’s home is too chaotic with Willow’s behavior. “I do think Willow has to be taken out of the home to get the relationship back to where it should be,” she says.
Hear more of their story in the video above.
On Wednesday's episode of Dr. Phil, "'My Teen is So Bad, I Called DCFS on Myself!'" hear what Willow says about her own behavior. Does she want to change? Check local listings to see where you can tune in.

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