css-14iz86j-BoldText {font-weight: bold;} TV presenter Jeremy Kyle “may have caused or contributed” to the death of a man found dead after filming an episode of his ITV show, the coroner said

The dead body of Steve Dimond, 63, was discovered in his home on May 9 last year, days after he underwent the program’s polygraph test

During the Winchester pre-investigation review, he said that the presenter “may have caused or contributed” to Mr. Dimond’s death.

“It may seem absurd that Mr. Kyle should not provide evidence to give his opinion on the situation,” Mr. Pegg said.

Attorneys for Mr. Kyle and ITV argued that Mr. Dymond’s “disturbing experience” in the show was a “proven fact” and that the scope of the investigation should not be a “detailed top-down investigation of Jeremy Kyle’s presentation, selection, treatment and aftercare for the participants”

“It will not be required to request evidence from ITV personnel participating in its appearance to reach the starting point,” said QC Neil Sheldon

Mr. Dimond died of a morphine overdose and left ventricular hypertrophy, which occurs when the left chamber of the heart is not pumped properly, at his home in Portsmouth

Seven days ago, he took a lie detector test on the show to show if he had cheated on his ex-fiancée Jane Callaghan, who is from Gosport

Mr. Dymond’s family lawyer, Caoilfhionn Gallagher QC, said at the hearing that Mr. Dymond had become “sad” after failing a polygraph test

She said Mr. Dymond had gone to the show to “prove his sincerity,” and she said, “I paid and pressed but everything went wrong.”

Ms. Gallagher said that after announcing the result during filming, the audience was “booed and booed” and called it “presenter’s failure.”

She said that Mr. Kyle was “in the face” and even when he was “on the verge of collapse, he was still being bullied.”

Mrs. Gallagher said his mental condition was known by the crew on the show, with a message sent to a WhatsApp group stating: “Just so you know, he’s still crying, he just said he wished he’d died. Just give you the bosses” p>

The hearing was told that Mr. Dymond had originally been refused to appear on the show but was accepted as a guest after receiving a letter from his doctor

He was receiving mental health care from the Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust, inquiry had been heard

The coroner, Mr Pegg, said the investigation “will not be a symptomatic investigation in general” nor will it be conducted in front of a jury.

“What was on his [Mr. Dymond] mind, it seems to me, that what happened on the show and how he was treated was closely related to how he died,” he said

Ms Gallagher said it was “still unclear” whether all the footage recorded for the show was released by ITV

She said the family was worried about something happening on stage that had caught the audience’s attention but was not shown in the footage

The pathologist gave the ITV channel six weeks to ensure that all recorded material was delivered.

The full investigation, which is expected to last about a week, is not expected to take place before May of next year.

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