Man Admits He Takes Girlfriend's Stuff So She Won’t Leave House, Spams Her With Text Messages
Sabrina and Harold have been together for six years - but she says she can't remember a "good day" she had with him. She says Harold is watching her every move, bombarding her with text messages, tracking her, and even climbed through her window to get to her bedroom. "I feel trapped in my own home," says Sabrina. "Harold takes my cell phone and my car keys every day so I can't escape ... I feel like he thinks he's mine." What does Harold say, what does he think determine his behavior? Check out the video above. Can Dr. Phil followed by Dr. Help Phil on Tuesday's "'My Boyfriend is Stalking Me!'" Mend this "toxic relationship", or is it finally time for this couple to go their separate ways? Check local listings to see where to watch. WATCH: Wife says she had a stalker chasing her, climbed in the window ... and it's her six year old boyfriend. PHIL YOUR STORY: Do you need Dr. Phil, to get real with someone?
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