The Jeremy Kyle Show guests smoked drugs with producers and fed alcohol before going on stage, a dispatches investigation has claimed.
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The Jeremy Kyle show's aftercare, all it's non-existent.
An anonymous producer told reporters Morland Sanders how guests with drug abuse problems were often encouraged to visit their dealers, with expenses paid for by production, before coming on air.
'Researchers and APs and some producers would smoke weed with them. If they were flakey they'd appease them in any way they could, 'they said.
But there is no such thing as a drug in a drug store. One of the producers what they are looking for and what they are looking for.
They continued: 'The guests were treated like cattle. Behind the scenes they created a child of maze. It's like the guests run off the stage it's a controlled environment. The cameraman knows where to go. The guest will not be able to find their way out because it looks all the same. '
Another unnamed producer who worked on The Jeremy Kyle Show Jumping Kyle.
'Talking Up' which I would not come across before, essentially 'cause the show when they're on the show, they're explaining.
'So, it's about developing a rapport with somebody, and then using that rapport to wind them up, … Before I watched … on the show, when I was just watching it as a viewer, you kind of assume that the people who act like that on the show are just like that, and they just have to be like that in their normal life, and I think they're working on that. "
Another member of the production team is said to be in a state of health. 'To top up'.
Stacey Talley, a guest who appeared on the program last May, claimed she was home without any aftercare despite of precious struggles with depression.
'I've already tried that,' they told Sanders. 'So they knew I was vulnerable. I like, "I can not do this, my anxiety's so bad. Like I just say I'm sorry, I can not do it. " your hands then. You're screwed, you're going on that show. '
Dwayne Davison, who was dubbed the most Jeremy Kyle Show guest ever, told Dispatches he was locked away in a room for 10 hours without a phone or means to contact his partner.
'They're trying to get you in a position where – where you are – where you're very tense, you know,' he said.
At ITV spokesperson has denied all the allegations.
'ITV has many years of experience broadcasting and creating programs. They are fit for purpose in an ever-changing landscape.
The Jeremy Kyle Show, the program has been published and has a long-standing staff problem , 'the channel stressed.
'Guests were supported by our guest welfare team prior to filming, throughout filming and after filming. Should they be ongoing. This could include residential rehabilitation, counseling, anger management, family mediation, child access mediation or couples counseling. '
Debunking Talley's claims she was never offered any aftercare, ITV continued: 'Our records show that relationship counseling was offered, but could not be provided. Both Stacey and her partners were aware that the relationship counseling service would continue to be on offer.
'All guests were contacted within 24 hours of a recording so we were aware of Stacey's suicide attempt and organized some counseling sessions for her.'
Hitting back at Davison's allegations he was locked in a private room, a spokesperson added: 'No one is ever locked in a dressing room and no guest has been in a dressing room for 10 hours. Guests are brought to the studio about three hours before a recording.
'If Dwayne had told the production team about his mental health problems after appearing twice on the program,' he said.
Jeremy Kyle: TV on Trial airs tonight at 8pm on Channel 4.
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