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Neighbors from hell are a troubling trend nationwide. Dr. Oz investigates when heated disputes become violent, vengeful, and even deadly, and reveals evil neighbors caught on tape. Then, one woman recalls being terrorized in her home.
Forensic psychologist Dr. Casey Jordan explains why it’s so important to have evidence when filing a legal dispute with your neighbor. Plus, former FBI defense expert Steve Kardian points out the mental component that factors into violent activity.
Dr. Oz shares the security camera footage of neighbors trespassing with guns, and the victim reveals their charges – harassment, trespassing, and criminal damage to property. Hear her advice for dealing with a neighbor from hell.
Former federal prosecutor and co-host of “The View” Sunny Hostin tells us how much she misses being in the courtroom every day. She shares the tragic story that motivated her to enter the field of law. Learn about her new show, “Truth About Murder.”
Sunny Hostin reveals what led her to select this case to start off her new series, “The Truth About Murder.” Find out how she connects personally to the story and what she’s focused on domestic violence cases.
Stolen identity – perpetrated by a parent – is more common than you may think. Dr. Oz uncovers stories of parents robbing children of their money and future. Find out how Axton Hamilton’s discovered her mother’s shameful secret 20 years later.
Axton Hamilton’s points out that she believes her mother – who stole her identity at the age of eleven – had a personality disorder because she had no guilt about the heinous crime she kept a secret. Where did the stolen money go?
Axton Hamilton reveals what she found while searching for clues on her mother’s computer after she had passed, and she tells us she would ask her mother if she were alive today. Dr. Oz weighs in on the reality of children’s identity being stolen.
Is diet soda really that bad for you and is there a healthy amount you can actually drink?