Son of man who 'killed himself' after humiliation on Jeremy Kyle accuses host of 'laying into' dad

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The father found dead days after appearing on The Jeremy Kyle Show told relatives the presenter had ‘really laid into’ him.

In an emotional phone call following filming, Stephen Dymond said Mr Kyle had ‘ripped into him’ on stage, according to his son Carl.

Distraught - Lie - Detector - Test - Claims

The 63-year-old was left distraught after failing a lie detector test over claims he had cheated on his fiancée.

A week later he died in a suspected suicide. Mr Dymond’s landlady told the Mail he was deeply upset after appearing on the programme and also claimed Mr Kyle ripped into him on set.

Row - ITV - Show - Yesterday - MPs

A furious row erupted over the ITV show yesterday, with MPs, psychiatrists and experts urging the broadcaster to scrap its ‘theatre of cruelty’ permanently.

Downing Street intervened to say Mr Dymond’s case was ‘deeply disturbing’ and to demand that TV firms support their guests.

Producers - ITV - Questions - Father - Depression

Producers at ITV now face urgent questions about why they allowed a father, who was suffering from depression and faced a warrant for his arrest, to appear on the programme.

As the future of The Jeremy Kyle Show, which has been on air since 2005 and is thought to bring in considerable advertising revenue, was thrown into doubt:

Interview - Mail - Night - Mr - Dymond

In an interview with the Mail last night, Mr Dymond’s son Carl Woolley, 39, said his father had been left distraught after failing a lie detector test during a recording of the hit ITV daytime show earlier this month.

That evening the pair, who had not spoken for seven years, reconnected via telephone after a relative – alarmed at Mr Dymond’s highly emotional state – contacted Mr Woolley and passed on his phone number.

Pair - Time - Years - Mr - Dymond

But before the pair could meet for the first time in 36 years, Mr Dymond was discovered dead in the room he had been renting since separating from Jane Callaghan, who appeared on the television...
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