Researchers working on The Jeremy Kyle Show have been accused of smoking cannabis with guests and giving them alcohol for ‘medicinal purposes’ in a bombshell documentary. The production team also allegedly fuelled conflict between participants using a process called ‘Talking Up’ which was taught to all new members of staff when they joined. And two more former guests have come forward to claim their treatment on the programme on and off-screen left them wanting to take their own lives, with the show’s ‘most hated’ participant Dwayne Davison claiming he was locked in a room away from his partner for 10 hours before they were put on stage. Dwayne Davison (left) has told of his experience on the show, which he says left him being turned down for jobs as Zara Holland (right) revealed how reality TV has affected her life Kyle (pictured with his girlfriend, Vicky Burton, on holiday in Barbados) lost his show in recent weeks following the suspected suicide of a guest The claims were made on a Channel 4 Dispatches programme called Jeremy Kyle: TV on Trial that aired tonight. ITV denied all allegations of drug taking and said alcohol was banned in the studio and only… Read full this story
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