Jeremy Kyle death man Steve Dymond had outstanding court warrants for thousands of pound

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The man at the centre Jeremy Kyle scandal had outstanding warrants for his arrested after he failed to pay fines totalling nearly £10,000.

Digger driver Steve Dymond who was found dead by his landlady in a rental property had a warrant out for his arrest at the time of his death after he failed to appear in court, we can reveal

Dymond, 63, from Gosport, was due back in court after he failed to make payments for more £4,500 for offences dating back over ten years ago.

In 1997 the court made a compensation order after Mr Dymond ripped off an owner and took a vehicle without consent. He had to date failed to pay any of the compensation.

It was revealed that warrant was out for his arrest at the time of his death and he missed a court hearing earlier this year at the fines court to explain how he was going to pay the outstanding monies.