As it is announced Ghislaine Maxwell is to be interviewed by Jeremy Kyle, one is left asking: “Is this part of the mucky madam sex offender’s calculating strategy as she seeks an appeal?”
A Manchester district judge, Alan Berg, once branded The Jeremy Kyle Show a “human form of bear-baiting.” He went further and suggested “it seems to be me that its whole purpose is to effect a morbid and depressing display of dysfunctional people who are in some kind of turmoil” and now its former host is about to engage with someone far worse.
That person? On Monday, Kyle returns to our screens with an interview with the imprisoned noxious nonce Ghislaine Maxwell. In a way, one can suppose, this wicked woman can be surmised an ideal ‘subject,’ but equally one is left questioning how someone who once hung out with presidents and princes has now denigrated herself to such a low-level.
Aired on some 3,000 occasions on ITV between 2005 and 2019, the now deservedly cancelled “dark and dangerous” The Jeremy Kyle Show show featured a braying assembly of hoodlums on a set where guests simply had to be as obnoxious as possible. Kyle, the now 57-year-old son of a personal secretary to the late Queen Mother, egged them on, whilst the studio audience jeered and jostled to join in with what can only be described as a “sh*tshow” of car crash proportions.
Almost anything went on what was also unsurprisingly called out as “the vilest show on the planet.” Aside from lie detectors and DNA and paternity tests, Kyle and his security guards presided over a gathering of what can only be described as the detritous of humanity, but what he will be enquiring of the monstrous menace that is Ghislaine Maxwell has yet to be properly revealed.
Whilst The Jeremy Kyle Show’s supposedly “most hated guest ever,” Dwayne Davison of Nottingham, subsequently claimed participating to have been “the worst thing that has ever happened in my life” and that it had “ruined” his life, Maxwell is clearly banking on trying to get the public she previously treated like the ‘great unwashed’ on her side. We already know this convicted criminal to be cold and calculating, but what benefit she and her and her advisors think will come of this will most certainly be deserving of analysis post-showing.
According to the MailOnline’s chief reporter Martin Robinson, the host – whose ITV show was axed after a guest took his own life following a lie detector test – will use the TalkTV interview on the Rupert Murdoch owned channel to “lift the lid on Epstein, Prince Andrew and even our late Queen.” In an announcement, Kyle added: “This is Ghislaine Maxwell behind bars and in her own words.” He does not, however, add mention of whether he’s got a lie detector or a dose of pontificating PR peddler Brian Basham to go with that.
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Pictured Top – Jeremy Kyle liked to use “double lie detectors” on his show (right); boob bagger Ghislaine Maxwell is in need of being subjected to such as it might force her to admit the truth; she should also finally show some decency and name the names of those she so disgustingly sex trafficked her many, many victims to.