JEREMY Kyle is set to bank some-more than £500,000 by circuitous down a media association used for his compensate from his axed ITV show.
The company, called Jezza Ltd, has resources of £539,953, according to central documents.
Kyle will trouser a money from a association once a paperwork has been completed.
His ex-wife Carla was a executive of a association before they divorced in 2016.
Kyle, 54, reportedly got a £3million pay-off after environment adult a new media company, following Steve Dymond’s genocide in May.
Days before, Dymond had unsuccessful a distortion detector on a show, that was axed by ITV.
Kyle has given refused to give justification to a parliamentary exploration into existence TV.
The chair of a digital, culture, media and competition committee, Damian Collins, said: “The Jeremy Kyle uncover is an critical programme as partial of the exploration into existence TV.
“We trust that Jeremy Kyle himself is an critical witness. We sent an invitation by his representatives, and we have now listened that he has declined to appear.”
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