2013 Shows

Crisis expert Judy Smith, who inspired the popular character Olivia Pope on the hit TV show Scandal, takes on the real-life dramas of Dr. Phil’s guests. First, 39-year-old mother of two Kimberly says the media has dubbed her the “Florida Party Mom” after she was arrested for allegedly throwing an alcohol-filled party with 26 teens at her home. Kimberly maintains her innocence and claims police lied in their report. What does she say happened on the night she claims SWAT teams showed up at her door -- and broke it down? And, see home video from that night -- why didn’t Kimberly immediately let officers in? Plus, Kimberly says she has lost her job and her dream home because of the scandal, and her reputation has been ruined. Judy offers her tips on how to repair her image and move forward. Then, Soraida says her ex-boyfriend, Bruce, secretly posted her and her 16-year-old daughter, Pam’s, information on Internet escort sites -- causing dozens of men to show up at their home, looking for sex. Soraida says Bruce also posted an X-rated video of the couple online -- and sent it to Pam and her friends. Pam says the experience traumatized her. Why does she say her mother is partly to blame for what happened? Can this mother and daughter repair their relationship -- and reputations? Dr. Phil and Judy offer advice.

Find out what happened on the show.
Replied By: strine on Feb 16, 2014, 11:39PM - In reply to bentleyboy
I didn't hear her say she was attending to the girl choking on her own vomit. I did hear her say she ran to hide in her own wardrobe.


I wonder what else the mother was doing in the bedroom. Is she having an illegal relationship with one of those teenaged boys? It seems odd to go that over the top when confronted about knowingly having drunken children in your home. Seems to me she was already in trouble for the drunken youths, so what was she really hiding by not opening the door?
Replied By: strine on Feb 16, 2014, 11:10PM
Seems the number of people calling other people sheep has increased so much it is now a religion. Because someone doesn't think like you they are a sheep? Sounds like you are thinking like another group i.e. acting sheeplike yourself. Since that is where the expression came from i.e. the farming community's property used by arts students drinking coffee together pretending they're the only ones who think. Laughable that you don't realise how you appear to other people yourself.

BTW, the woman in the story with drunk children in it was acting like a wolf- if you want to use animals to describe people's actions. Yeah she wanted to be the "good guy fun parent" for her own purposes and is happy to act a victim and howl when caught at it. People like you buy it because you think only one way- anti establishment in every regard. She would have been in more trouble if my teenager was there because I could see through her game.

PS: you  haven't even met 90% of police in your country, so how would you know how they are? You just expect sheep to believe you based on your own word?
Replied By: cupid2011 on Dec 25, 2013, 6:48AM - In reply to terras3
I was moved to purchase one of Judy's books as soon as the show finished.  She writes very well and it is so easy to read what she writes.  It must be because she is so down to earth.
Replied By: terras3 on Dec 12, 2013, 3:48PM

I am not one who usually posts a comment on a show's website, but I was just so inspired and wanted to express my impression of today's expert guest for crisis management, Judy Smith. When she first started speaking her advice on the show, I was very impressed in the way she handles herself, the wasy she shows a gentle compassion while at the same time being able to win my trust upon the fact that she will definitely take care of things. She shows herself to me as an empowering lady who is very intelligent but does not give me the impression she feels above or more important than everybody else. She gave me the feeling of a person who is perfectly balanced in her thoughts, intelligence, her demeanor and her manner of speaking. I have to say it was wonderful to see that kind of person on the show and It did inspire me also to want to purchase her book.

Thank you Dr. Phil for another great show!

Replied By: citymouse40 on Dec 10, 2013, 3:23AM
Another story of the cops abusing power and lying, that was ridiculous how the broke down the doors and threatened a bunch of teens with guns drawn, totally uncalled for and totally out of control. The video is proof of their lies and more. The woman should not have allowed teens to drink in her home, she should have made sure they all left safely, she was wrong for this and nothing else. 

i've been in a similar situation, but it was a party of adults, in our own neighborhood, we all lived in the 3 houses at the end of dead end street, we were indoors. The cops showed up, the owner of the house we were in, went outside and said we would turn down the music etc. we were all in our late 20's to early 30's, it was clear there were no young kids in the house, they could see use through the sliding glass doors. The girl who owned the house said they could not come inside without a search warrant because we were doing nothing wrong, we watched the chief of police grab her by the arm and push her out of the way, she fell on the ground, she later had bruises on her arm from him grabbing her. They then called for back up as we started coming outside to see what was going on, calling it a riot situation..everyone was calm, simply asking what the problem was. They told us to leave, we were in our own yards, others has left, there wre maybe 20 to 30 people, the 10 or so that were still there all lived in the neighborhood. The cops started ordering people to go inside their homes, this after they arrested the girl they pushed down for no reason. When my brother said that he did not have to go inside, he was on his own property and they had no right to tell him he could not stand outside, they grabbed him, handcuffed him and threw him in the back of the car. I then walked back to the house next door as a friend was on his way back inside, saying nothing..he was simply going inside, I saw a cop push him as he was walking up the stairs and then handcuff him..the cop did not know I was behind him witnessing this whole thing. 

5 cop cars for an adult neighborhood party, the cops were the only ones being violent in this so called "riot situation". 4 people were arrested for nothing..later released because they had no reason to hold them at all.  Yes we were probably too loud and we said we would quiet down. People who didn't live there, left when they were told, no one wanted any trouble. other than being upset after watching a huge cop manhandled our petite friend, no one was causing any trouble, the cops were high on power...one of them later ended up in prison for many reason, kicked off the force for police brutality etc.  

We filed complaints, my friend who was pushed around filed a report, it was ignored..after all, it was the police chief who pushed her around, 20 or so witnesses....but the cops deny it. 
Replied By: fit1fifty on Dec 9, 2013, 7:55AM
I love Dr Phil but this show left me wondering if I could have been the "expert" guest.  Everything this woman said I thought anyone knows that!  I was hoping to get some information but got nothing at all!

The lady who was dubbed Party Mom sure was clueless when it came to the management of her household and should have had much more control.  You don't just "end up" with a bunch of kids in your house and you certainly don't take a bath if there is so much noise your neighbors are calling the police.  I do, however, feel that the police were very aggressive and she had every right not to let them in and talk with them through the closed door because they did not have a warrant.  There are home invasions where the invaders dress as police.

Replied By: cupid2011 on Dec 8, 2013, 10:50AM - In reply to carriellen
That's from you're own post

The probable cause was ILLEGAL drinking by teenagers who did not have permission from their parents to be there.


Replied By: carriellen on Dec 7, 2013, 11:49PM
This is a stupid statement.

We have a RIGHT to privacy.  

We resist because the government has no right ot know.  

How about the 4th Article of the constitution:

Article [IV] The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

We are either a nation of laws or not.

Rule #1 - You own yourself

Rule#2 - Do no harm


Replied By: cupid2011 on Dec 6, 2013, 5:46PM - In reply to renoalaska
It's like when two dogs get into a fight and one lies down on his back the fight is over and the other one retrieves and goes home because there is no longer a challenge.   Thanks to the dog who surrendered, you won't have thousands of dollars in vet bills.  


If the mother would have opened the door, they wouldn't  have broke the door and defintely they wouldn't have  searched her house.  

Remember that the police were TERRIFIED not knowing who was on the other side. 

26 drunk and hormonal  teenagers can be deadly to  a cop.    
Replied By: renoalaska on Dec 6, 2013, 4:06PM - In reply to lynne20
You are a SHEEP which is exactly what the government & the police want.

What we you have thought if a friend of one of your son or daughter had left a very small bag of marijuana laying on your kids table & they arrested you & your kids.

If you are not willing to stand up for MY rights under the Constitution then YOU don't deserve to have any protection under our Constitution.


You can't pick & choose, it's all or nothing!
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