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Indoor Football League star Terrell Owens is scheduled to appear on Dr. Phil in a few weeks. Is it because T.O. is a compelling figure with a redemption story worth sharing with stay-at-home moms and the unemployed? Nope, it’s for the usual daytime TV human despair reasons, namely deadbeat dad issues.
Per Larry Brown Sports:
The episode, which we’re told will air on May 1, will allow the receiver to discuss several matters with the mothers of his children. We’re also told three of the four mothers will appear on the show.
Owens has been embroiled in missing child support claims for some time, most recently with Melaine Paide Smith, who at last count was seeking $20,000 in unpaid monthly payments from December to March. Owens has been sued by three of the four mothers of his kids. Whether those will be the same three who will appear with him on Dr. Phil hasn’t been confirmed, I’m just gonna ahead and assume they will be. Is it a testament to Antonio Cromartie that he didn’t knock up...
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Terrell Owens will appear in an upcoming episode of the TV show “Dr. Phil” with three of the four mothers of his children to discuss some of their issues, his publicist confirmed to Larry Brown Sports.
Owens, a former NFL star now playing in the Indoor Football League, has been in the news several times over the past year because of family issues. One of the mothers of his children...
Anything for a buck huh T.O.?
In his latest publicity stunt, Terrell Owens has agreed to appear on Dr. Phil with 3 or 4 of his baby mamas. Even though rumor has it that the producers of the show were actually the ones who reached out, I’m sure T.O. wasn’t too stand off-ish in charging a quick appearance fee.
The show, which will air on May 1, will feature Owens talking about the child...
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Does this help anyone?
The kids, the baby mamas or T.O.?
Two of Dr. Phil’s upcoming episodes will feature Owens and his baby mommas airing out their issues. Naturally, T.O. shed tears when he discussed his personal problems along with being confronted by the women he has children with. Owens’ multiple baby mommas break down their individual relationships with Owens to figure...
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