The Jeremy Kyle show has been suspended by ITV after Steve Dymond is believed to have taken his own life following a negative lie detector result.
This has resulted in widespread calls for the programme to be cancelled permanently.
Gulf war veteran Fergus Kenny accused the ITV show of ambushing him after offering to reunite him with his estranged daughter.
And Dwayne Davison, 27, who was dubbed Jeremy’s “most hated guest ever” revealed he tried to end his own life after the show.
Several clips are still live on the show’s YouTube channel, one uploaded only four months ago.
Mr Davison added that after losing jobs and receiving abuse in the street, he tried to kill himself.
He added: “I’ve had loads and loads of abuse and in 2018 I decided I’d had enough.
“My girlfriend had some toothache medication, I took a load of it, and I can’t remember the rest. A few hours late my girlfriend came upstairs and she called the ambulance.
“At the hospital they said I would have died.
“I know this is putting responsibility on other places but I 100% put it on that show. That show has ruined my life. It’s evil.”
He also claimed he was set-up by the show, who convinced him to wear a tracksuit rather than jeans.
Dwayne claims his aggressive manner was due to being left in a room on his own and provoke by show staff.
While on the Christmas special, he is berated by Kyle, who mocks his relationship.
The host tells him: “I didn’t even want you on this show, I don’t care.
“I hope she has cheated, I hope she’s done it with all your friends, I hope she does it all the time.”
Mr Davison owns up to his aggressive behaviour, where he labelled bouncer Steve “a meathead”.
Dwayne, who is now receiving medical support and is working as a pub security guard, has called on ITV to reconsider the impact of the show on guests’ mental health.
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