Married Former Police Chief Denies Accusation He Sent Phony Annulment Document To Girlfriend

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In January 2021, Jason Collier was arrested and charged with tampering with a governmental record with the intent to defraud. The then Chief of Police for the city of Stinnett, Texas, allegedly falsified annulment papers, then sent them to his now ex-girlfriend, Cecily, to convince her he was single. Jason denies he sent Cecily a fake annulment document. “I felt I wasn’t getting the attention or love at home that caused me to create the dating profile and just kind of see what was out there,” claims Jason. He admits he cheated on his wife, Opal, with Cecily and several other women. “I still had feelings for Opal, but something inside of me was saying that it wasn’t going to be long before it was over.” How many other women does Jason, who has since resigned his position with the local law enforcement agency, admit to dating, and why does he say his marriage to Opal was “on the rocks?” Part one of this two-part Dr. Phil, “The Police Chief, His Wife, And His 6 Girlfriends: The Exclusive Interview,” airs Tuesday. Check your local listing to find out where to watch. WATCH: ‘I’m Not Proud Of It,’ Says Former Police Chief Who Admits To Cheating On His Wife TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Outrageous news story in your town?