"Jeremy Kyle Shov" was broadcast unlimitedly after a guest who did not pass the LGBT test, died from a drug overdose a few days later.
Steve Dimond, 63, passed a test at ITV to convince fiancé Jane Callaghan that he was not unfaithful, but split after he failed. Pals fear that Steve took his life.
Jane said the couple broke up after the show – in which Jeremy Kyle revealed to the audience that Steve missed the lie test.
Just before his death, Steve directed Jane to say that he could not face life without her. In desperate messages, he wrote: "I can not live without you, I just wanted to come to see you. I just wanted to say that I'm sorry before I leave. My life is not worth the life without you."
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Steve was determined to go in front of the camera despite worrying health fears, says former Janez.
She said that Steve even received a letter from a doctor confirming that she was health-capable, so she could take a test at the show in an attempt to convince her that he was not unfaithful.
Jane, who said that Steve was diagnosed with depression, added: "He wanted to continue. He was really excited and confident. But it was all front and I knew it. It was not at all good at all. "
The future of the hit that was recorded during the day was in balance yesterday after ITV suspended it indefinitely, awaiting an investigation. All previous episodes were also deleted from the on demand service, ITV Hub.
Steve found dead by a landlady ten days after he appeared in the show. He is thought to have died of overdosage of drugs prescribed for his painful arthritis. Those close to him fear that he may have committed suicide.
She was crying yesterday as she said: "I know we separated a week ago, but we were together for two years. He was still my fiancé. I still loved him. As much as I was a pig, I still loved him.
"We were engaged in Christmas 2017. He cried, the love was real. He was the noblest and most respected person. He fought quietly, and we did not know then. He cheated me, I know he is. I can not forgive, but I just want to be alive. "
Despite the failure of the test, the construction machinery operator, Steve, from Portsmouth, continued to deny being cheated, insisting that the results must be incorrect.
Jane said, "He lied and lied through the relationship. I thought she was sleeping with someone else. I was digging something and found out he was a compulsive liar. I pulled it to it.
"But before we went to the show, he convinced me that he did not cheat. He made all those plans and he was so sure.
Jane said she told him he now believes he did not cheat – but insisted: "We're still going to the show." Now he believes that for a long time he had health problems.
Jane said that Steve was diagnosed with depression when their relationship in February hit stones. She added: "He had never had a diagnosis of depression before.
"When we split up in February, he went to the doctor and was put on antidepressants, but he never took it. Everything was in my favor because I said he needed help.
"When we returned, the doctor said," You look nice and happy. "Steve said he was not depressed and said that we were trying to solve it. Then we paid that letter to come to the show."
Jane praised the team of Jeremy Cile for their efforts. She said that the exhibition's representatives repeated attempts to contact Daddy of one of Steve after his appearance.
She said, "They were brilliant. They were there when he needed help. They were really persistent in helping. Steve loved to be a comedian and could be very funny. He loved the attention.
Jane must now wait for the coroner to decide whether Steve intended to kill himself or take over the accidental overdose. Yesterday she was informed that she was supposed to receive the package – and she believed that Steve had sent him and that she could contain indications of what had happened.
She said: "I can not see how Steve takes his life without first explaining it to me, but he always said that he would never love someone else.
"The doctor copied the medication for his severe arthritis but he stopped taking it in case it affected the detector of lies. We did not know if he would do that, but he did not want to touch anything in any case."
Steve's landlady warned ITV of his death after ringing the number he found on his phone.
A team member called Jane to publish the news. At first she believed that the call was a fraud.
The gentleman, 55, who gave her name only as Shelley, claimed that Steve was thinking about suicide shortly after shooting.
She said he was "dumb and upset" when he returned.
She said, "He was traumatized. Steve said he was pretty nasty at the show. Four days later, he was dead. I really believe it was a show that rolled it over the edge. "
Shelley told Daila Mail: "He was just a mess and he was only humiliated.
"I tried to calm him down and send him to bed with a warm drink."
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Jeremy Kyle Shov, who has been for 14 years, is ITV's most valuable daily program. Yesterday it was withdrawn after the ITV chiefs were warned of Steve's death on Sunday. It is understood that Kile is angry that the bosses pulled out the air so quickly.
Recording and pre-production of future episodes was stopped while the review was held. Sources close to Kyle and his team insist there is no link between the show and Steve's death. They fear ITV will take the opportunity to cancel the broadcast and jump from controversial to lighter content.
Insiders believe that two recent suicides associated with competitors on Love Island have made ITV afraid of reactions. Severi Steve and Jane were shot on Thursday, May 2. Jane saw him the last time four days later.
She said: "When my daughter and I returned to the house after the show, I told him to take my things and go. He returned the next Monday and wanted to see me.
"He also continued to send me messages, leaving voice messages. In one text, he said: "I can not live without you. I just wanted to see you. I just wanted to say I'm sorry. My life is not worth living without you.
"But he already said that, he said that many times. It was like a wolf. I was like, "I do not want to know Steve, I'm going." "
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Friend Michael Bradley added: "He failed on the test, but he was unwilling to do anything wrong. He made it wrong, but he did not.
ITV said: "Everyone in ITV and The Jeremi Kile Shov is shocked and sad about the news about the death of the participants in the show a week after the episode in which they appeared and our thoughts are with our family and friends.
"ITV will not show the episode in which they appeared. Given the seriousness of this event, ITV also decided to immediately shut down Jeremy Kyle Shov's recording and broadcasting to give her time to review this episode of the show.
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