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Former This Morning presenter Phillip Schofield has told the BBC he has 'lost everything' in the wake of his affair with a younger male colleague and spoke of the criticism he has faced since, saying: 'Do you want me to die? Because that's where I am.'
Schofield, 61, who resigned from ITV last week and was dropped by his agency YMU after admitting to an 'unwise, but not illegal' affair with a younger male colleague made the dramatic comments in his first round of interviews since the scandal broke.
The BBC is set to release an interview with Schofield being grilled by Amol Rajan tonight.
In a trailer released tonight, the presenter told BBC News: 'It was a totally innocent picture, a totally innocent Twitter follow, of which I follow 11,400 people, and then it was a completely innocent backwards and forwards over a period of time about a job, about careers.
'What's wrong with that? What's wrong with talking to someone no matter what age they are?
Phillip Schofield broke his silence tonight, saying he's 'broken and ashamed' but not a groomer in his first interview since admitting an affair
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