Steve Wilkos May 14 2013
I try not to be too judgy when it comes to daytime television. Everyone has their likes and dislikes. We all have guilty pleasures. I’m a 27-year-old male with the demographic profile of a fortysomething woman, so you can’t judge a book by its cover. I’m also wary of the trap laid by tabloid talk shows with scandalous topics like the May 14 episode of The Steve Wilkos Show. But even I draw the line at this episode, where a father-in-law is defending himself against accusations that he forced himself on his son’s wife. He is a father accused.
Steve Wilkos: Son, I Did Not Force Myself On Your Wife
The sad truth for RJ is that someone close to him is lying. According to his wife, Rebecca, she was violated by her father-in-law. But the dad says that they had a consensual encounter.
If you are a confused and upset RJ, how do you even know whom to trust? It’s a hard situation to even conceptualize, and the fact that this may be a person’s reality is completely alarming to me. I want to hope that these shows provide crisis counseling and support for their guests. But even if they do, this is still a tough spot to find oneself in.
Steve Wilkos: A Father Accused
“He had these evil look in his eyes,” Rebecca said. But RJ is concerned, because there are parts of her story that don’t add up. Someone in this family is making the ultimate betrayal, and only Steve holds the results that will expose the truth. Can they handle it?
The Steve Wilkos Show on May 14 is going to be an emotional episode with devastating consequences for RJ. Either his wife is lying and cheating on him, or his father is a predator who attacked his wife. Of course, the truth could be somewhere in between their stories, but it’s hard to find a middle ground between such divergent accounts.
Tune in if you dare. This episode is sure to be a shocker.