‘I’m GLAD he’s dead – burn in hell’ says estranged wife of Jeremy Kyle guest who ‘killed himself’ after appearing on the show
- Dianne Healing said she spent years ‘terrified’ of her husband Stephen Dymond
- The 48-year-old added Mr Dymond was abusive towards her and her family
- In an astonishing online rant, Mrs Healing told her followers ‘I’m a widow folks!’
- She was moved to speak out after she saw Mr Dymond portrayed as a victim
Dianne Healing said she spent 15 years so ‘terrified’ of her husband Stephen Dymond, 63, that she is now a recluse
The estranged wife of the guest suspected of killing himself after he appeared on The Jeremy Kyle Show claimed last night that she is ‘relieved’ by his death.
Dianne Healing said she spent 15 years so ‘terrified’ of her husband Stephen Dymond, 63, that she is now a recluse.
The 48-year-old added Mr Dymond, who is believed to have killed himself days after he failed a lie detector test on the ITV show, was abusive towards her and her family.
In an astonishing online rant, Mrs Healing appeared to gleefully tell her followers ‘I’m a widow folks!’
She added in an apparent reference to Mr Dymond: ‘I hope you burn in hell’.
Mrs Healing was moved to speak out after she saw Mr Dymond had been portrayed as a victim in media coverage.
She also questioned why she had not been informed about his death.
Yesterday it emerged the pair married in 2004 after Mrs Healing uploaded a marriage certificate to social media, with the caption: ‘For the doubters out there’, which she said proved her claims. It is unclear if the couple, who apparently dated for nine months before marrying, ever divorced.
Mrs Healing told the Daily Mail: ‘You have to appreciate I have hardly left my house in the last 15 years because of this man. I am quite angry he has been portrayed this way.
‘I don’t get it. I have been through a lot, me and my family. My daughters and I have been distraught over him.’
She added: ‘We have spent the last 15 years terrified of him. We are relieved he is dead.’
Dianne Healing on holiday in Devon with Steve Dymond in 2004. Yesterday it emerged the pair married in 2004 after Mrs Healing uploaded a marriage certificate to social media, with the caption: ‘For the doubters out there’, which she said proved her claims
Carl Woolley, Mr Dymond’s grieving son, was disbelieving when asked if his father had married and said he was unaware of the marriage.
Last night the marriage certificate was removed from social media, along with several abuse allegations Mrs Healing had made about Mr Dymond.
The lurid claims, which were not substantiated, appeared to suggest Mr Dymond had behaved abusively toward family members.
The outbursts, which appeared within a four-hour time window, read: ‘I am still waiting for someone official to explain to me why I was not informed of my estranged husband’s death.
‘I’m a widow folks but it isn’t official yet! I hope you burn in hell for what you put my family through Steve Dymond.
‘This is how I find out my husband is dead? Not that I care. He was a vile man.’