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Michael Barrymore still feels 'raw anger' over his wrongful arrest for swimming pool death, he reveals after five-year TV hiatus Barrymore was arrested after Stuart Lubbock was found dead in his pool  Star, 67, will tell Piers Morgan's Life Stories he still resents people's prejudice  Morgan has claimed Barrymore's episode will be 'most powerful ever aired'

By Lara Keay and Sophie Law For Mailonline

Published: 02:04 BST, 23 May 2019 | Updated: 02:05 BST, 23 May 2019

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Michael Barrymore still feels 'raw anger' that people refuse to accept he is an innocent man.

The presenter, 67, is set to appear on Piers Morgan's Life Stories after a five-year hiatus from the public eye.

Barrymore will open up about the highs and lows of his career and the arrest that nearly ruined him.

The host was arrested in 2001 after guest Stuart Lubbock was found dead in a swimming pool at his Essex home after a drug-fuelled party.

He was later detained on suspicion of rape and murder but released without charge.

Despite never being prosecuted, the Strike It Lucky presenter still says it destroyed his career and resents viewers for refusing to believe he did nothing wrong.

Michael Barrymore (pictured in March 2018)  still feels 'raw anger' that people refuse to accept he is an innocent man

Michael Barrymore (pictured in March 2018)  still feels 'raw anger' that people refuse to accept he is an innocent man

Piers Morgan told The Star: 'He had everything and then lost it all.

'He lost his marriage and career, and nearly lost his livelihood, but ultimately was

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