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Jeremy Kyle Show: Steve Dymond’s fiancée says his death NOT linked to ITV show

“I can’t believe they’ve cancelled it before there’s even been an inquest”

Jane Callaghan

Jane Callaghan, 48, has now demanded the show return to ITV’s daytime schedule, claiming it was used as a “scapegoat” by showbiz bosses. 

It comes after cops handed her three notes penned by alleged suicide victim Steve, 63. 

She had hoped there would be a clue to his death, believed to have happened after a suspected overdose on May 9. 

Steve’s death happened days after he failed a lie detector test on the show where he was asked whether he had cheated on his on-again-off-again love. 

Jane told The Sunday Mirror: “I got three personal photos and three cards saying how much he loved me, how he has never loved anyone as much as me, how he’s sorry and couldn’t live without me. 

“Nothing was mentioned about The Jeremy Kyle Show in the notes – I can’t believe they’ve cancelled it before there’s even been an inquest.”

She added Steve had asked to have a sit-down talk with her to go over “everything” he had done since he was 20. 

Jane suspected that her fiancé felt he had nowhere to turn and that he could not “start again” if their relationship ended. 

She also believes the Jeremy Kyle Show was made to be a scapegoat in a bid to save ITV’s hit show Love Islands, which was slammed after two previous contestants – Mike Thalassitis and Sophie Gradon – took their own lives. 

Jane, from Gosport, Hampshire, then praised the show’s controversial host, adding: “Jeremy helps people. The show people were very supportive after filming. They called me trying to check I was OK about 10 times and checked in on me after Steve’s death.

“I think they cancelled Jeremy Kyle to look like they were doing something after those Love Island people died.” 

But, others have blasted the show with two suicides being linked with the show, according to The Sunday Mirror. 

Erica Pawson, 33, killed herself in October 2005 when husband Paul took presenter Kyle’s advice and dumped her following the programme.

Meanwhile, former boxer Paul McCarthy, 31, took his own life just three months after he appeared on the talk show.


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