Kamiyah Mobley appeared on a television show Saturday hosted by life coach and motivational speaker Iyanla Vanzant.
The 19-year-old Jacksonville woman stormed off the set of "Iyanla: Fix My Life" after an explosive confrontation with the host of the show on Oprah Winfrey's OWN Network.
Mobley, abducted from a Jacksonville hospital hours after she was born, was reunited with her family in January 2017.
Mobley became nearly inconsolable during her outburst on the show where she threatened Vanzant several times calling her expletives.
"Tell this old *expletive to stop talking to me," Mobley says to her father during the show. "I don't argue with *expletives I slapped *expletives," she continued.
Vanzant then began pleading with Mobley's father. "The names don't bother me. What bothers me is that's inside of her, but nobody's addressing it, Daddy."
Mobley sharply declined any help from Vanzant.
"Nobody needs to address it, *expletive. You'll get hit, how 'bout that?" she said.
Vanzant then ended the show giving her assessment of Mobley and the family she just met last year. "She's not ready and they don't have the skills and tools required to get her what she needs," Vanzant says to the camera.
RELATED: Gloria Williams pleaded guilty last month in Duval County Court to kidnapping Mobley and raising her under the name Alexis Manigo in South Carolina.