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Ronaiah Tuiasosopo, the Man Behind the Manti Te'o Hoax, Sits Down for a No-Holds-Barred Interview With Dr. Phil

Jan 28 2013 12:00AM

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HOLLYWOOD, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/28/13 -- In an all-media exclusive interview airing on Thursday, January 31st and Friday, February 1st (check local listings), Dr. Phil peels away the many layers of events that took place, to determine what ultimately led to Ronaiah Tuiasosopo perpetuating an ongoing hoax against Notre Dame football star and Heisman Trophy runner-up Manti Te'o.

Dr. Phil asks Tuiasosopo the questions that have stumped the nation, revealing the truth in detail, and gets answers to questions such as: Why did he take on another persona, and why a female personality? Was Manti in on the hoax? Did Manti know he was in a relationship with a man? And, was Ronaiah's family aware of what their son was doing?

"We've heard Manti speak, but we still don't know the whole story," says Dr. Phil McGraw. "America wants to know what kind of person does something like this, and why. This interview will answer those questions and so much more."

The syndicated series, DR. PHIL, was created by Harpo Productions, and is produced by Peteski Productions in association with CBS Television Distribution. DR. PHIL, in its 11th season, is the #1 ranked syndicated daytime talk show, a position held since the conclusion of The Oprah Winfrey Show in May 2011.

Credit photo to CBS Television Distribution / Peteski Productions.

Documents and/or Photos available for this release:

Dr. Phil McGraw and Ronaiah Tuiasosopo

To view supporting documents and/or photos, go to www.enr-corp.com/pressroom and enter Release ID: 345680



Contact:
Stacey Luchs
Senior Vice President, Communications
DR. PHIL
Phone: (323) 956-3357
E-Mail: stacey.luchs@cbs.com

Louis DiCenzo
Director, Communications
DR. PHIL
Phone: (323) 956-3405
E-Mail: louis.dicenzo@cbs.com





Source: Marketwire


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