A FORMER worker on The Jeremy Kyle Show has blasted its after-care service — saying therapists for vulnerable guests were found via Google.
The £20,000-a-year staffer, who quit last year, said people would be pressured to appear on the next day’s show with promises of help for their issues.
She and her colleagues would then read from a script, telling them: “We won’t offer it again. It’s now or never.”
Very few guests met the show’s therapist Graham Stanier, she claimed.
The woman, who asked not to be named, said: “Guests were promised the best level of aftercare, which was non-existent.
“We were told to Google therapists where they lived, with no regard for reputation or expertise. The show would pay for four sessions and that was it.”
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