The show was suspended indefinitely in the United Kingdom after a participant - named in United Kingdom media reports as Steven Dymond, a 63-year-old grandfather - died shortly after recording an episode.
Dymond took a lie-detector test to convince fiancee Jane Callaghan he had not been unfaithful but they split after he failed the test. It's a very cruel show.
Callaghan said Dymond had been "quietly struggling", but praised the show's team for their after-care efforts. They will also not be shown on ITV2.
It said that "everyone involved" will be offered support from the Employee Assistance Programme, as well as access to counsellors.
The network said: "Everyone is shocked and saddened at the news of the death of a participant in the show".
"You can check people as much as they like but ultimately if they want to do it, they know the show they're appearing on and they know what will happen", he said.
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In the United Kingdom, a spokesperson for prime minister Theresa May said it was a "deeply concerning case".
Ms Callaghan told the newspaper: "We got engaged Christmas Day 2017".
His death is not being treated as suspicious.
A spokeswoman for Portsmouth coroner's office said: "HM Coroner has ordered a post-mortem to be carried out and is awaiting the result". Autopsy results would be needed to further determine the cause, and it's expected that an inquest will be opened.
And in February, Mr Dymond had been due to attend a hearing at Southampton Magistrates' Court for the non-payment of a fine of £4,329.
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According to reports, Dymond had failed a lie detector test over alleged infidelity in an episode of the show which producers say will now not be aired.
Speaking on Good Morning Britain, Morgan said: "Ultimately the issue, it seems to me, seeing this with two Love Island contestants who took their lives and now this tragedy on The Jeremy Kyle Show, these people are going on television.no one is forcing them to".
Known for confrontation, it is the most popular programme on ITV's daytime schedule, with an average of one million viewers.
An Ofcom spokesman said: "This is clearly a very distressing case". 'ITV celebrate success. Most watched non-terrestrial program.
Conservative MP Charles Walker, a member of the all-party parliamentary group on suicide and self-harm prevention, told the BBC that guests on the Jeremy Kyle show are "not really guests, they're victims" and described it as "a watershed moment".
Following the shocking news, fans of the show have taken to social media to question why Love Island hasn't been taken off air as well after two former contestant's died.
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