The 57-year-old TV presenter said "I personally can't think of anything worse than having to be on these things, but there comes a time in every man's life when he has to succumb to the ultimate pressure."
The daytime TV host has not appeared on screens since his talk show was axed in 2019 following the death of a guest.
The TV presenter has said there are two sides to every story, and he intends to have his say after the inquest.
With the divisive presenter having now left, who will ITV recruit to sit in his old seat?
Natasha Reddican, 31, was committed to her job on the controversial show and took her own life after a planned job interview did not go ahead.
The ITV presenter was accused of 'humiliating' Steve Dymond, who died seven days after the show was recorded.
The presenter is set to 'have his say' following the axing of his controversial ITV talk show.
The channel is extending live shows 'Good Morning Britain' and 'This Morning' to fill the gap left by 'The Jeremy Kyle Show'.
The long-running morning show was axed back in May following the death of a former participant.
Steve Dymond's family have requested Jeremy Kyle's internal notes from the show ahead of the inquest.
Damian Collins MP, chair of the committee, said he was 'concerned' by some of the evidence he has heard about 'The Jeremy Kyle Show'.