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Why Man Says He Blames Himself For Siblings Not Having A ‘Normal Life’

When Quincey was 3 years old, his father, Jerome, was murdered. When he was 19, his mother, Patricia, was convicted of murdering his father and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. “It was very hard watching my mom serve this life sentence,” Quincey says. “I only went to visit my mom three or four times while she was incarcerated. Over the years, my mom wrote to me regularly, and I found it just emotionally draining and impossible to even read the letters.” Quincey says his mom’s conviction made him feel distant from his siblings. Hear why in the video above. Patricia, who has always maintained her innocence, was released from prison in July 2020 on compassionate grounds. On Tuesday’s episode of Dr. Phil, Patricia and Quincey claim Patricia’s brother is to blame for her being behind bars and missing out on her life. And on Wednesday, Dr. Phil continues to unravel the story. Plus, Patricia’s grandson, Suge Knight Jr., the son of former Death Row Records CEO Suge Knight, says he stands by his grandmother. Check here to see where you can tune in. TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Have a story Dr. Phil won't believe? WATCH: Woman Released After 24 Years In Prison Claims Brother’s Testimony Was ‘Smoking Gun’ That Put Her Away

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