Jeremy Kyle ex-producer says 'lie detector results are fake'

Jeremy Kyle left and Steve Dymond who used to live in Shropshire   Jeremy Kyle   Steve Dymond's body was found on May 9 in Grafton Street Portsmouth

Jeremy Kyle left and Steve Dymond who used to live in Shropshire Jeremy Kyle Steve Dymond's body was found on May 9 in Grafton Street Portsmouth

ITV announced on Wednesday that The Jeremy Kyle Show had been axed permanently.

The woman, who lives in Agbrigg but does not want to be named, agreed to take part in another short-lived reality TV show previous year which involved crew members who also worked on The Jeremy Kyle Show.

Superfan Nikki Charters-Stephens, from Milton Keynes, who started the petition and has watched the show for 15 years, says the programme helped her to "fight for the truth".

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A spokeswoman for Virgin Media said it will be following suit with its sister stations Virgin Media Three and Virgin Media Two, which often aired the show three hours a day.

"They just wanted to make it more interesting TV".

Ms Ferguson has also criticised the show for the delay in delivering counselling, claiming months have since passed with no action being implemented.

The Jeremy Kyle Show was contacted for comment.

And now, Jeremy has spoken for the first time.

"I'm really glad I went on the show because I managed to get my teeth sorted". They paid for a vehicle to take me up to Manchester for the treatment.

"When I went on the show again, Jeremy was really nice".

This is while insiders have said that bosses at ITV had been looking for an excuse to get rid of the show, which had sat in a line up which included Good Morning Britain and This Morning.

Gemma had gone on the show - which has now been axed after a guest was reported to have taken his own life - after admitting to sleeping with her friend's ex-boyfriend.

But she claimed that the team tried to stroke tensions, explaining: "The show called me and told me all this stuff she was saying about me - awful stuff like she was going to knock my teeth down my throat and that I should brush them".

Steven Dymond, 62, was found dead a week after being "humiliated and traumatised" after he failed a lie detector test accusing him of cheating on his girlfriend.

"Our thoughts and sympathies are with Steve's family and friends at this incredibly sad time", he said.

Following Thalassitis' death, ITV said that its "duty of care is a continuous and ongoing process for each [Love] Islander".

A statement from the broadcaster's CEO Carolyn McCall read: "Given the gravity of recent events we have chose to end production of The Jeremy Kyle Show".