Dr. Phil Explains ‘Undoing’ Behavior: ‘A Tit-For-Tat Sort Of Thing’

McKinley claims that while she was growing up, her father, Cory, verbally, emotionally, and physically abused her, her sister, their mother, step-mother, and the family dog. TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Explosive Family Drama? Cory, who adamantly denies that any physical abuse took place, admits there has been some verbal abuse of both his current wife and ex-wife, but claims that they verbally abused him too. Dr. Phil says Cory is demonstrating “undoing” behavior. WATCH: Man Who Pleaded Guilty To Misdemeanor Battery Claims He Was ‘Backed Into A Corner’ “It’s where I’m going to tell you one thing, but then I’m going to quickly undo it,” he explains, adding, “This is a tit-for-tat sort of thing.” Cory, who served 150 days in jail in 2010 after he pleaded guilty to two counts of misdemeanor sexual battery of a minor, insists he did nothing wrong. He claims he was “victimized” and “backed into a corner” by the prosecutor who gave him the option to go to trial on felony charges or plead guilty to the lesser offense. McKinley, 18, says she decided she no longer wanted contact with her father when she found out about the charges five years ago. Watch the conclusion of this two-part Dr. Phil airing Tuesday to find out what Dr. Phil says about her decision. Check here for your local listing. TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Looking for the next Dr. Phil Family to follow