On Feb. 5, The Talk welcomed Dr. Phil McGraw. They discussed whether he was connected to an infamous mansion, listed on the market for $30 million. It was alleged that McGraw owned the house, but it actually belonged to his son, singer Jordan.
McGraw cleared up the controversy, informing the panel:
Number one, it is not my house. I’ve never spent a night in that house. It wasn’t a gun wall, and those are not deer antlers, but other than that, perfectly accurate story. That is an anti-gun display. Those are guns covered up in black tar wax, by an artist that said we should melt all of these guns down. That’s a meltdown gun wall display under glass. And those are roots from like Harry Potter type things on the stairway, a Tim Burton type inspired thing. This is my son’s house, not mine.
But I'll tell you what, I love the publicity. The house sold in like 10 hours.
Check the clip below.