British programme The Jeremy Kyle Show will be cancelled after suicide guest

The Jeremy Kyle Show is by channel ITV cancelled after a guest from the British talk show, committed suicide, reports BBC News.

Steven Dymond was on 9 may, a week after the recording of the episode, home, is found dead. The police considers his death as a suicide.

The 63-year-old man had during the talk show, participated in a lie detector test, to be his fiancee to convince him that he was not strange was gone. The test will be, finally, that he lied.

A participant from the audience at the recording was present, tells the BBC that Dymond after the results of the test shocked and that he and his fiance had to cry.

‘Death Dymond very worrying’

Members of the British parliament cried after the news of the suicide on the talk show of the tv to pick up, and a spokesman of the British prime minister Theresa May announced the death of Dymond “very worrying”.

ITV suspended below the pictures, but decided Wednesday to permanently unplug the power cord from the program to withdraw.

“The recent serious events, we have decided to stop with The Jeremy Kyle Show”, says the CEO of ITV, Carolyn McCall. “Everyone at ITV has in mind for the family and friends of Steve Dymond.”

Despite the cancellation of the talk show, the radio station let you know still with Kyle together to want to work on other projects.

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