ITV's chief executive has been saying that the death of the old Love Love Mike Thalassitis and the ITV2 exhibition are linked, “very horrible”.
Chief Executive Dame Carolyn McCall has said that many people from the Western Isles have shown they have suffered from mental health problems since they were on the show.
Grandmother Carolyn said the channel is doing everything he can; to look after those who appear in the exhibition, but he said that they cannot do this ever by an individual.
The 57-year-old continued with an advertisement from the channel that they would be changing how they look after the future of Love Island competitors, including the house and afterwards. them to finish.
Plans are in hand to give the presentations to delegates, training in social media and financial management.
Dame Carolyn admitted that the care could never be ongoing and she said: “There needs to be a framework and it will just come to an end. ”
His ex-officio candidate Mike was found hanged in a park in North London and the death of the 26-year-old was "devastating" according to Dame Carolyn.
Speaking to the Broadcast Broadcasting, Dame Carolyn showed that Mike was exhibiting on fact exhibitions, that MTV is on the beach, and Celebs Go Dating from E4, as reasons why Island of the Isles should not be. to blame.
Dame Carolyn said: "We had a duty of care. We had clear processes and procedures.
"I don't think anybody has made a direct connection between his experiences with Mike and Love Island and that's very important.
“It would be very difficult to say that he was very pleased with Love Island and his companions have said indeed, and he has made two other television shows in the two-year gap. ”
With another Love Island competitor, Sophie Gradon who is 32, also dying of suspicion, the set-up of the exhibition will be independently examined by a mental health adviser t Government, Professor Paul Litchfield.
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