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Dr. Phil conned by ‘psychopath’ about Sandusky sex ring

Yesterday, the Dr. Phil show aired an “exclusive” interview with Greg Bucceroni of Philadelphia, who claimed he was once a child prostitute victimized by every famous pedophile in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York, including Jerry Sandusky.

Dr. Phil appeared to believe his story. But according to the Philadelphia Daily News, nobody else does. Law enforcement officials say his claims are unfounded. Former Governor Ed Rendell says Bucceroni is “crackers.” And, regarding Bucceroni’s claims of being a junior mob associate, a real wise guy called him a “psychopath.”

On the same show, Dr. Phil talked to Travis Weaver, the only alleged victim who has talked publicly about being molested by Sandusky. Weaver testified before a grand jury and is suing Sandusky, Sandusky’s Second Mile organization and Penn State. If you watch the show, Weaver’s demeanor, and his description of what happened, were totally different from the story Bucceroni told.

It appears that Dr. Phil has been conned.

Watch: A Dr. Phil exclusive: Child prostitute links Sandusky to pedophile ring, on Dr. Phil.com.

Read: Philly man’s claims of child-sex-abuse cover-up go national, on Philly.com.

Read: “Rock Center with Brian Williams” transcript: Travis Weaver, an alleged victim of Jerry Sandusky’s, speaks out—Thursday, June 21, on SportsMediaNews.com.



23 Comments on "Dr. Phil conned by ‘psychopath’ about Sandusky sex ring"

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  1. Truthspeak says:

    Skylar, agreed. The exspath claims to be a writer and has never been published – copious “rejection” notices because he is an “authority” on everything under the sun, except human emotion. Seriously. After reading some of his “work,” it didn’t connect the dots that this person is just reflecting what he believes is appropriate, rather than writing from the gut.

    They DO author their superficialities to suit their current source targets and it’s a “red flag” to me that someone will claim to be the foremost “authority” on everything, and yet have no notable accomplishments under their belt. An example would be what a great author the exspath is, but the fact that he cannot get published and actually criticized his own composition professor are indications that what he presents is a far cry from what he truly is.

    I’ve seen this on many levels. If I don’t know something, I don’t know it. If a spath doesn’t know something, they go to great lengths to regurtitate facts to support their “authority.”

    Kim Frederick, thank you for the word origin! Makes sense.

    Brightest blessings



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  2. Ana says:

    Hi Skylar,
    LOL-dog-fork! My first chuckle of the day. He probably got the word from golf. They have dog-leg left and dog-leg right to say which way the curve is going. I watch golf on tv.

    The spath I knew used words in the wrong context and also said words wrong but didn’t seem to notice. Of course she was an authority on everything.



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  3. raggedy ann says:

    I suspect that that mobster meant to say “psychotic,” and doesn’t know a lot about the difference between the two terms.

    It also doesn’t appear they have ever met.



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  4. shane says:

    Dr Phil is definitely a fence sitter, an enabler, an actor, an exploiter, and most of all, dangerously careless. Disordered folks can be duped. I have watched 2 episodes og his show, and both times literally almost vomitted.



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  5. Truthspeak says:

    Dr. Phil, as I understand, not even a true “doctor.” As in, he didn’t earn a Ph.D.

    When I consider it, any one of us could be considered an “expert” in disordered behaviors and provide insight from our own experiences.

    Yepper – television talk shows, reality shows, etc….all geared to generate the drama/trauma-thons to keep desperate people glued to their devices. The sad fact is that there are legitimate discussion that really need to be heard, but the bulk of it is absolute nonsense.

    I stumbled upon a Dr. Phil program that highlighted a couple’s issues with regard to the idiot husband/father that was so crass, crude, vulgar, and profane towards his wife and children that, if there is any accuracy to the show, the wife simply needs to divorce this jackass. I mean, the outrage at the man’s behaviors, and the disbelief that the wife/mother would even TOLERATE his behaviors sent my blood pressure through the roof! And, so….this is why these programs are rubbish.

    Brightest blessings



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