A Jeremy Kyle veteran is demanding the telly host be forced to “work in Tesco” rather than be handed a big money comeback.
Stephen Beer, 49, featured on the axed show seven times and says aggressive Kyle “has a lot to answer for” after the death of fellow guest Steve Dymond.
Jeremy’s new agent confirmed last month the 54-year-old would “have his say” after a year of “battling the unimaginable consequences” of seeing his show taken off the air.
Stephen, who has also appeared on Channel 5’s Too Fat To Work, has previously claimed he was forced to stage a fake affair by the Jeremy Kyle Show’s producers.
He appeared in one episode of the show in 2016 in an episode titled ‘my transgender love rival is trying to steal my husband’.
The episode saw him go head to head with lottery winner and LGBT activist Melissa Ede, who passed away last year, over allegations he was cheating on his wife with her.
Stephen said: “I think Jeremy Kyle Show itself shouldn’t come back at all, he and the production team has a lot to answer for.
“If they considered doing another show, they need to monitor it more. Get him a job in Tesco or something because I don’t think he should be allowed to come back.
“There will be a lot of people that will be upset about him coming back again, and for me, I don’t want to see him on television”.
The Jeremy Kyle Show was pulled off the air in May 2019 after guest Steve Dymond, 62, was found dead in his home.
He took his own life just days after an appearance on the show, where he failed a lie detector test.
Stephen, from Plymouth, has questioned how Steven’s family would feel about the presenter’s comeback.
He said: “All he is interested in is his money and his fame, I have no idea if he sent Steven’s family a donation for the funeral or some flowers, all I can say about him from my point of view he was nasty to me, and I know he has got to make a living but he is just interested in TV ratings.
“I know he has his supporters and people do want him to come back but can you imagine how Steven’s family is going to feel, he needs to be kept away from daytime television.
“At the end of the day, I thought it was meant to be helping people. He cares more about his pay packet and his ratings, he doesn’t care about people at all.”
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