Producer Jeremy Kyle who took her life placed tragic Steve Dymond on the ITV show

Natasha Reddican, who was found dead at her home nine months after The Jeremy Kyle Show malfunctioned, reportedly feels guilty for bringing Steve Dymond on to the show and as a result everyone on the show ITV programs all lost their jobs

Producer Natasha Reddican tragically took her life just 9 months after The Jeremy Kyle Show was evicted

Jeremy Kyle producer Natasha Reddican, who took her own life nine months after the show went down, booked Steve Dymond to appear on the ITV show.

According to colleagues – who spoke on condition of anonymity in the new Channel 4 documentary – Natasha has struggled with guilt.

Steve’s suicide in May 2019 eventually led to the demise of the controversial ITV talk show.

His episode has never been aired on TV, although behind-the-scenes developments have been monitored by the public, with guests coming in to reveal the emotional turmoil they faced after agree to appear on the show.

Opening up about what happened to employees who were deemed redundant after the glitch on the show, an anonymous whistleblower said: “When The Jeremy Kyle Show went wrong, I lost everything. .. I can’t stop crying.. broken.

“I was chatting with a mate that someone was going to kill himself… I walked away thinking it was Tash.”






Jeremy Kyle and Graham Stanier on ITV

Other staff members in the documentary described Natasha as “wonderful, wonderful” but “vulnerable”.

“Tash is in charge of the team that made the episode,” one employee explained.

While another added: “She feels guilty not only because she put this guy on the show. And the direct consequence was that she and the whole team lost their jobs. Of course then she lost her job. It’s not like that anymore.”

“Natasha is left with only a guilty conscience when she’s been through so much.”

An anonymous whistleblower said: “It’s scarred me for two and a half years and I still can’t get over it. I still get help now. I know a lot of people do too.”







Steve Dymond tragically took his own life after appearing on the show in 2019
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Relatives of the 31-year-old girl said at the inquest in December 2020 that she had suffered from depression before her death.

Natasha spent months trying to find another job without success, Manchester Evening News report.

Despite a job interview scheduled for February 27, 2020, she was found tragically dead at her home in Pendleton, Salford later that day.

Coroner Timothy Brennand called it “a tragic and painful case”.






Natasha struggled to get a job after the show crashed

ITV said in a statement to Channel 4: “The Jeremy Kyle Show has been on the air for 14 years. During that time, over 20,000 people have joined the show seeking help with relationship issues. relationships or dealing with drug or alcohol related problems.The main purpose of the program is conflict resolution, and the program has achieved many positive results where people can solve problems. personal.

“Jeremy Kyle Show has a broad and detailed mandate of care processes for contributors built over 14 years. It has a dedicated guest wellbeing team of healthcare professionals. mental health team with decades of experience in the NHS mental health sector, who focused on the well-being of guests throughout the production.The guest was supported by the program and the welfare team. before shooting, during and after shooting.If they require ongoing help then appropriate solutions will be found for them, which may include residential rehabilitation, consulting, management tantrums, family mediation, child access mediation or couples counseling.

“Due to the serious nature of the events of May 2019, namely the death of a guest a few days after joining the show, ITV has decided to end production of the show. It would not be appropriate to ITV’s further comment on that investigation will be held later this month.

“ITV does not accept the accusation that the center of this show is ‘bad culture’ within the production team. We note that the show includes anonymous former production members who identify themselves and others who have Do wrong without proof ITV will never tolerate any behavior Production staff misleading or lying to guests All Jeremy Kyle Show guests are aware of its nature of the show and the style of the presenter before taking part in the recording Most of those who applied to appear saw the show for themselves, agreeing to participate in writing.

“Since 2018, ITV has taken important steps in relation to its obligations to care for participants. ITV has issued new detailed guidance to all of its producers on the protection of participants. in October 2019. to be carried out by industry regulator Ofcom in 2021. ITV also ensures better regulatory oversight of participants’ welfare through its Care Board and has created a Advisory group mental health consultation involves mental health charities to advise ITV on its policies towards program staff and guests.”

* The Jeremy Kyle Show: Death on Daytime airs at 9pm on Sundays and Mondays on Channel 4

If you are struggling and need help and support, The Samaritans operates a toll-free helpline open 24/7 on 116 123. Alternatively, you can email jo@samaritans.org if you’d like to write down how you feel.

For information on eating disorders, UK charity BEAT can help.

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