Intervention: Katie’s Custody Battle (Season 16, Episode 2) | A&E

Katie and her mom fight over custody of Katie’s teenage son Brian, sending Katie into a rage, in this clip from “Katie S”. #Intervention

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Intervention
Season 16
Episode 2
Katie S.

“Intervention” profiles people whose addictions or other compulsive behaviors have brought them to a point of personal crisis, and the friends and family members who come together to help them.

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46 thoughts on “Intervention: Katie’s Custody Battle (Season 16, Episode 2) | A&E

  1. Man…. what happened to her face? What's the story on that? I really have always felt for people with disfigurement/scarring/serious disability…. most of us commenting here with really harsh words I can bet look average at the least, don't have half their face disfigured…. I hope she got help because my heart also hurts for her son….

  2. That mom has gone to Alanon…."I gave her a reason, and now she gets to use, and it will be my fault" anyone that doesn't know how to deal with an addiction that is actively using, that's it in a nutshell. Strong support that mom is…direct, realistic, to the point, but it's with love cuz she's still trying.

  3. I broke up with an addict because he picked his addiction over his children. I was young and stupid, but I realized how ignorant and naive I was being. I couldn't help him, his children deserved better and honestly so did I.

  4. My sister died of alcoholism at 54 y.o. she actually liked rehab because she wasn’t alone and it kept her safe from her. When she got out she would be drinking in a week. She wouldn’t go to sober living only home. Addiction like this is so sad. Now she is with our parents and out of pain…………..

  5. People wonder how and why homeless junkies are on the street ? This is how, it starts off like in the video of a loving family member or members trying to help.The junkie refuses help, and continues to use. Time goes by and the junkie picks up several felony drug charges, prostitution charges, etc. Later, the very family that supported you starts dying off, or has given up on you. Now the junkie is not welcomed in the home and they now live on the street begging for change to support their habit, and to eat. In many cases the junkie loses their mind to mental illness, stops bathing, and wears clothing that is filthy. Next time you see a homeless person on the streets remember their is a story behind their homelessness that took years in the making.

  6. I feel sorry for her. She is clearly miserable. She hates her life, and the situation she knows she has put herself in. She also probably hates the way she looks because of her scarring. I really hope she can turn things around, and also give her mother credit for stepping in and taking care of her son when she wasn't able to due to poor choices.

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