A drug addict who tried to stab his own sister left Jeremy Kyle infuriated after revealing the reason he carries a knife.
Adam, 28, admitted that his own son was "terrified" of him but insisted that almost wounding his sister Nikita was "just something that happened" while he was "under the influence". He has also badly beaten up his friend and given him a black eye.
His family appeared on The Jeremy Kyle in a bid to get him help as his drug addiction continued to spiral out of control.
After starting to smoke dope at just 14 years old, Adam later began to snort coke, smoke crash, take heroin and now also drinks 15 – 20 cans of lager a day.
Appearing on stage, Jeremy branded Adam a "total scumbag", which left the addict seething with rage.
The host then hit out at him carrying a knife on the streets, before proceeding to demand the reason why.
"Cos of protection," Adam said. "Ive got a lot of people who want to take me out."
Jeremy was furious as he said that he owed dealers money and accused him of picking drugs over his son and family.
His mum later walked on stage and said to him: "Your son is petrified of you."
Eventually his sister Nikita joined them all on stage after initially being hardly able to speak because she was so scared.
The show later aired the results of Adam's medical exam, which left both him and his family stunned.
Dr Arun Ghosh revealed that as a result of his marijuana, cocaine and alcohol abuse his body was being "destroyed".
As well as his "horrendous" dental decay, his breathing raised alarm bells and showed early signs of a condition called COPD.
The doctor revealed that the condition was something that wasn't usually seen in people until they were in their sixties or seventies.
He was also concerned about his enlarged liver, which was the first sign towards liver failure.
At the end of the show, Adam was given the opportunity to attend rehab for three months and insisted that he would try and combat his addiction and anger issues.
*The Jeremy Kyle Show airs weekdays at 9.25am on ITV
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