All episodes of a popular British talk show have been pulled from the internet and filming has been suspended after the reported suicide of a former guest Tuesday.
Dymond failed a lie-detector test taken on the show to convince his fiancee he had not cheated on her, leading to the couple splitting up, The Sun newspaper reported.
The show has been the focus of criticism over its confrontational style, which often pits romantic rivals against each other and has previously descended into violence.
"It's a very, very unattractive TV show and I'm surprised it's gone on so long," he added.
Manchester judge Alan Berg described the show in 2007 as a "morbid and depressing display of dysfunctional people whose lives are in turmoil," calling it "human bear-baiting."
ITV wiped all episodes from its on-demand service the ITV Hub, and episodes will not air on ITV2.
The mental health consequences of reality TV shows has been in the spotlight in Britain following the deaths of two contestants on hit show "Love Island".
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