Spoilers: Sally discovers Geoff's abuse of Yasmeen in Corrie
Feeling like a cornered animal, Yasmeen Nazir (Shelley King) lashed out at her abusive husband Geoff Metcalfe (Ian Bartholomew) in Coronation Street, but she’s found herself in trouble with the law as a result, as Geoff — who woke up during tonight’s instalment — manipulated once more, but it seems as if Sally (Sally Dynevor) might be starting to see the truth.
Yasmeen was taken down to the station on suspicion of assault earlier this week, where she found herself repeatedly quizzed about the attack on Geoff. With emotions running high, she was unable to answer the questions put before her, as she worried about her abusive husband’s wellbeing.
During tonight’s instalment, Geoff woke up, and as — upon doing so — he wasted little time in painting Yasmeen as the villain of the narrative — repeatedly telling the nurses that his wife tried to kill him.
Meanwhile, Alya (Sair Khan) arrived back in Weatherfield and made a beeline for the police station, but Ryan (Ran Preston) and Imran (Charlie de Melo) informed her of how serious Yasmeen’s situation is.
As a result, she wasted little time in heading to the hospital, where she confronted Geoff in a heated altercation — revealing that he’s been abusing Yasmeen for months, and reminded everyone about the box incident.
The policewoman ushered Alya out of the room — but not before she revelaed that she wished her gran had finished the job — and after she’d left, Sally appeared to be somewhat conflicted.
Has the penny finally begun to drop?
Let’s not forget that Sally saw Yasmeen looking forlorn in the garden moments after Geoff had burned her clothes, so she may well begin to piece the puzzle together and realise that Alya is telling the truth.
Coronation Street continues Friday 8 May at 7:30pm on ITV.
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