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Bhad Bhabie Exposes Dr. Phil For Sending Kids to Abusive Residential Treatment Facility



In a recent Instagram live, 17-year-old rapper Bhad Bhabie (Danielle Bregoli) — who rose to infamy after appearing twice on The Dr. Phil Show and coining the phrase "catch me outside, how 'bout that?" — exposed Turn-About-Ranch, the teen residential treatment center in Utah she was sent to after her first stint on the show in 2016 when she was thirteen-year-old. Dr. Phil is known for sending "troubled teens" that appear on his show (usually without their consent and with the help of paid transporters) to "the ranch," which Bhad Babie explains is known for torture, sexual abuse, and even murder. The "murder" she mentions might refer to an addicted teen who admitted to killing a staff member in 2016 while suffering from withdrawal.

In her live video, Bhad Bhabie details the staff refusing to let her change her underwear for days as punishment, resulting in her developing a UTI, and refusing to take her to the hospital in-town. She claims kids were also banned from speaking to each other, taking showers, sleeping on real beds, sending letters home, singing, taking medication, or seeing even their therapists, and were often forced to eat food they disliked.

She also shared a now-circulating video to her Instagram of 19-year-old Hannah Archuleta, who was also sent to the ranch by Dr. Phil and has since filed a lawsuit alleging sexual assault by a staff member.

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Tags: internet celebrities, reality show celebrity, scandal, sexual misconduct
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