Corrie’s Geoff terrorizes Elaine in Yasmeen’s retrial


Coronation StreetThe week’s dramatic trial week took a major turn tonight (December 2) as it looked like Imran Habeeb had an ace to use to help Yasmeen Metcalfe defeat bad husband Geoff in court.

As the trial progressed and Geoff recounted how completely innocent he was, Tim went to see Geoff’s first wife, Elaine Jones, in the hospital. He implored her to speak in court, about how he mistreated her until she escaped and changed her name, and how he fabricated her death and Tim’s parentage.

She agreed, albeit reluctantly, telling Tim that she thinks she sees Geoff watching her in the hospital, but she just has to imagine it.


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However, Geoff then showed up to terrorize and scare her, and although we didn’t see exactly what he said, she called Tim and looked absolutely terrified when she told him. said she couldn’t help them in court anymore. Is all lost?

The drama will continue into next week, which is the week of the soap opera’s 60th anniversary, and Geoff will be part of a showdown that could turn explosively violent.


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Elsewhere in tonight’s episodes, Cobblestone Dwellers learned about Ray Crosby’s plans to buy back the entire property. Will they be able to stop it?

Coronation Street broadcast Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings at 7:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. on ITV.

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