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Could the typical woman next door be a secret shoplifter? One in 11 Americans shoplifts, so it’s actually way more common than you think. Learn what drives this shocking — and addictive — behavior.
One shoplifter tells us how she takes advantage of self-checkout, and another confesses that she uses a dressing room to shoplift. Dr. Oz and investigative reporter Mara Schaviocampo explain why people steal things and why some justify this behavior.
A real-life shoplifter speaks out about her obsession with stealing, and she recalls how her addiction started at age eight. Since then, she’s lost everything — a job, family relationships, and even her marriage.
This suburban, church-going woman opens up about the consequences of her shoplifting, and she admits that she needs help in order to stop stealing. Find out how Dr. Oz plans to help her overcome her addiction.
Pamela Smart was only 21 years old when she was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of her husband, Gregg. Investigative journalist Diane Dimond digs into this controversial ‘90s case and asks — do we know the real Pamela Smart?
Diane Dimond reveals what Pamela Smart told her during a prison interview about her affair with 15-year-old Billy Flynn. Plus, Dimond points out the completely contradictory stories about the murder told by Smart and Flynn.
How did police begin to piece together Billy Flynn and Pamela Smart’s involvement in Gregg’s murder? Diane Dimond points out that the motive wasn’t money — a theory the prosecution pushed. Find out what Smart tells Dimond now during their visits.
Was Billy Flynn an innocent victim of seduction, or the real mastermind behind Gregg Smart’s murder? Diane Dimond analyzes media coverage of the trial and reveals what happened after Flynn gave his emotional testimony. Find out where he is now.
Diane Dimond breaks down how gender bias potentially played a role in the Pamela Smart case, and how pre-trial publicity may have influenced the jury. Smart is one of the best-behaved prisoners — why will she never get a chance at parole?