Terrell Owens to appear on “Dr. Phil” over child-support accusations

  • Arun Morace

Former NFL star Terrell Owens, who has been accused in court documents of owing $20,000 in child-support payments, will be facing the public in an attempt to defend himself.

Owens — who has four children (sons Terique and Atlin, daughters Kylee and Dasha) with three different women — will appear on the “Dr. Phil” show Tuesday, according to USA Today.

The show’s host, Phil McGraw, told the CBS Morning Show that “he (Owens) says he wants to set the record straight. He wants to tell people he’s not the person the media has depicted him of being.”

Owens has always loved the spotlight, so it will be interesting to see what he has to say in his defense.

By Arun Morace. 

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