'Intervention': Daughter Drives Her Meth-Addicted Father Around So He Can Score Drugs And Women (VIDEO)

Once a happily married father of three children, Dennis chose to walk away from it all due to his addiction to meth. His story unfolded on "Intervention" (Mon., 9 p.m. ET on A&E), and it was one of those tales of addiction that doesn't feature a happy ending.

His daughter Taylor loves her father, but she's conflicted on how to be in his life, and how best to help him. At one point, she drove him around while he was looking to score both drugs and women.

"I’m dying inside for my dad. That’s the person who’s supposed to love you," Taylor said. "The one that’s supposed to take care of you, not the other way around. But I love my dad."

Dennis has a family history with drug addiction. His father was an abusive addict when Dennis was a young age, and even had Dennis selling drugs for him. When the pair got caught, Dennis took the fall and went to prison for a time.

While he did agree to go into rehab, Dennis only lasted a few days there. He has since relapsed, and the show says his family is now moving on.

Tune in for new stories of addiction and struggle on "Intervention," Mondays at 9 p.m. ET on A&E.

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