Mark Redwine would have us believe that Dylan may have run off, for a few months now, with no contact with his family or his close friends, because he and Elaine, Dylan's mother, bicker. Will Dr. Phil be played by Mark Redwine into this scheme?
Much has been written (and said) about the contentious relationship between missing 13 year old Dylan Redwine's parents, Elaine and Mark.
It is an unfair characterization. It's too simple-minded.
It is also the characterization that Mark Redwine recently attempted to use in his deceptive interview. Now they are going to appear together on the Dr. Phil Show. Will this be a 'love fest' of "can't we all just get along?" tangent, or will Dr. Phil see through the attempt to control?
When a man is violent, there is a desire to shift blame away from himself, or in the least, to share it. Previous reports about domestic violence include Mark Redwine portraying himself as a victim of an assault by his son.
This is nonsense.
Abusers seek, more than anything else, control. In fact, it is not always the violence that controls the woman, it is often the threat of violence that causes her to 'walk on eggshells' and avoid upsetting the abuser. Thus is the case of Dylan Redwine, in which, after visiting with his violent father, has not been seen since.
Here is Mark Redwine's statement: