A male who was discovered dead after taking a lie-detector test on the Jeremy Kyle Show had actually informed a scientist “I want I was dead”, an inquest has actually heard.
Steven Dymond, 63, was found at his house in Portsmouth on 9 May about a week after tape-recording the ITV program.
Police have actually formerly informed the coroner the death was a believed suicide.
A legal representative representing Mr Dymond’s household informed a pre-inquest evaluation he had actually stopped taking anti-depressants in order to take the program’s polygraph.
The court was informed Mr Dymond was asked concerns on the program, which has actually never ever been transmitted, about his relationship with on-off bride-to-be Jane Callaghan.
Barrister Caoilfhionn Gallagher stated the building and construction employee was “extremely susceptible” when he participated in the recording on 2 May.
“After his harsh shaming he did not get the proper assistance from the aftercare group,” she informed the court.
Ms Gallagher stated there was a “really brief” 72-hour duration in between it being recommended Mr Dymond appeared on the program and the real shooting
She stated: “For a choice so possibly life-altering, there is no equivalent. There is no cooling down. You are gotten on extremely rapidly.”
Ms Gallagher stated that following the recording, Mr Dymond was “put in a homeward-bound taxi within 2 hours of informing a scientist that he was actually upset which ‘life was absolutely nothing without Jane’ and stated ‘I want I was dead’, or words to that impact”.
There was no proof that Mr Dymond was provided well-being checks by any competent psychological health personnel, she included.
“We presume this was delegated a clinically unqualified scientist,” she stated.
She included that the household has actually now asked for internal ITV interview notes from Jeremy Kyle, the assistant manufacturer, a scientist and the polygraph and aftercare groups.
Simon Antrobus, representing ITV, informed the inquest that Mr Dymond had actually seen the aftercare group.
He stated the unedited recording of the program would be supplied, after the court heard previously that ITV had not let the household see any product from the program.
It was likewise heard the household have actually been rejected legal help towards his inquest.
Merry Varney, a lawyer from law office Leigh Day, which is acting for the household unsettled, stated the Legal Aid Agency had actually mistakenly asserted that a parliamentary questions into truth TELEVISION would take a look at the death of Mr Dymond.
Mr Dymond’s household have actually appealed versus the Legal Aid Agency’s choice and are waiting for a reaction, regardless of an ask for a fast reply, it was heard.
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The MP leading the query into truth TELEVISION had actually declared the Jeremy Kyle Show manufacturers dealt with visitors like criminal suspects. The program was completely axed after Mr Dymond’s death.
A previous hearing at Portsmouth Coroner’s Court was informed empty morphine packages were discovered beside Mr Dymond’s body after he had actually been “growing worried about the consequences of the program”.
The complete inquest is arranged to start on 27 April 2020.