Trisha says she started her own YouTube channel, Truthfully Trisha, a year ago and has been live streaming her daily life ever since. She says her husband, Sean, wants her to stop, and now, several subscribers she calls her “haters,” are trying to ruin her life.

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“Someone had texted me to let me know that she was streaming online, so I went outside and I confronted her,” says Trisha. “She said she was going to teach me a lesson; pop me in the face.” Trisha claims when she tried to get the woman’s license plate, “She backed out of the parking lot and then she hit me with her car.”

“Haters will say Trisha jumped on the car, but she didn’t,” says Sean.

Does the video show Trisha being hit by her alleged stalker’s vehicle? Part one of this two-part Dr. Phil airs Monday.

Then, tune in for part two on Monday, when another Truthfully Trisha subscriber meets up with the YouTube personality on Dr. Phil’s stage.

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