A former Jeremy Kyle show guest today told of how he contemplated suicide after the ITV show gave him just one minute of aftercare. Dwayne Davison, who had at one point, been branded the ‘most-hated’ guest of the show, opened up alongside former participant Robert Gregory about the abuse they received in the wake of the programme and the lack of aftercare given by producers. The pair revealed they were subjected to taunts in the street and lost jobs after they appeared on the Jeremy Kyle Show before it was dramatically axed earlier this year. The men were offering evidence to the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee in Westminster about their treatment on the ITV programme. Mr Davison also told MPs he was manipulated into taking part in the programme. He said his relationship troubles were brought up by producers who worked on the show in order to persuade him to appear. Dwayne Davison (pictured above) appeared on the Jeremy Kyle show to talk about his relationship Guests of the Jeremy Kyle show claimed they were ‘crucified’ by the show’s host (pictured above) Mr Davison said of one producer on the show: ‘He was trying to put a seed in my… Read full this story
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