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Former Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Terrell Owens is going to take his child support woes to a professional on Tuesday when he appears on the “Dr. Phil” show.
The episode, billed “A Football Star’s Daddy Drama,” is described as follows on the show’s website:
Terrell Owens is a six-time NFL pro-bowler and arguably one of the best wide receivers to play the game, but he may be better known for his antics off the field. He sits down with Dr. Phil to set the record straight about the controversies that surround him, including accusations of being a deadbeat dad. See what happens when he comes face to face with the mothers of three of his children.
T.O. has four children by four different weekend. According to nfl.com, 3 of them will appear on the show. What anyone involved hopes to resolve by going on national TV is anyone’s guess.
This is going to be good. And by good, I mean so uncomfortable that you can’t turn away. You know, the reason that daytime shows like “Dr. Phil” exist.
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Terrell Owens has over $20,000 in child support payments that he supposedly owes, according to UPI report from March of this year. Owens, who has four children (sons Terique and Atlin, daughters Kylee and Dasha) with three different women, will be facing the public in order to put to rest his image as a “deadbeat dad”.
According to the USA Today, Owens will be facing...
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The mercurial former NFL wideout will be sitting down with the talk show host to confront three women, all claiming that he's behind on child support payments.
It's easy to be conflicted on Terrell Owens. On one hand, he's a self-destructive, irresponsible, absent father with an addiction to attention -- which is probably what landed him on an episode of "Dr. Phil" that taped Monday and aired Tuesday afternoon.
But on the other hand, you have to wonder how much of an impact a difficult upbringing and potential issues...
Terrell Owens is no stranger to television, but the TV appearance he made Tuesday was unlike any he's done before. The six-time NFL Pro Bowl wide receiver wasn't doing pushups in his driveway or eating popcorn after a touchdown. He was on the Dr. Phil show as three women grilled him about caring for his children. Owens and three of the four women with whom he has had kids...
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Here’s a great little piece of daytime television programming — Terrell Owens faces off with three of his four baby-mamas on Tuesday’s episode of “Dr. Phil” When asked by Dr. Phil McGraw during the taping if he wants relationships with his children, Owens replied, “I would love a relationship with my kids, but…with all the circumstances...
So, I watched T.O.’s appearance on Dr. Phil on Tuesday. And it was just sad.
It was sad seeing a man with little maturity and no sense of responsibility in the midst of ruining the lives four innocent children.
Four children by four different women. You have to ask questions about the decision-making abilities of all involved, especially baby mamas 3 and 4, but in the end, it’s...
Terrell Owens appeared on the Dr. Phil show with three of his four baby mamas. Owens made $80 million during his NFL career but is struggling to pay child support now.
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In what sounds like the greatest hour of television since "Who Shot J.R.?", Allen Wranglers wide receiver Terrell Owens will make an appearance this week with Dr. Phil. This is not a joke. This is not one of those Onion posts where you take two of the most ridiculous things on the planet and bring them together in a sort of, "yea it's funny, but nothing like...
Terrell Owens and his 3 baby's mamas appear on Dr. Phil
Forever controversial, future hall-of-fame wide receiver Terrell Owens went into what was likely his most hostile huddle yet: all of his baby's mommas and Dr Phil as his quarterback. They all gathered to work things out and figure out what is best for the four kids. This was for the kids right?
The media is a cruel beast. Just ask Terrell Owens.