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Coronation Street spoilers: So long! Sally Metcalfe kicks out abuser Geoff

1 month ago   |   By Metro

It's been clear from word go that Sally Metcalfe has been doubtful about the true nature of her father-in-law Geoff in Coronation Street - and, as Yasmeen faces court, Sally decides it's time to put her foot down and kicks him out of her house.
Geoff has been playing the victim and relying on the support of Tim and Sally as he tries to paint Yasmeen as the villain of the piece.
With Yasmeen set to take a stand at her plea hearing and decide whether or not to go guilty or not guilty, Geoff's hold on her remains strong but appears to be faltering as new truths come to light about the kind of...
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Coronation Street spoilers: Geoff Metcalfe disposes of the camera footage tonight in devastating twist?

Coronation Street spoilers: Geoff Metcalfe disposes of the camera footage tonight in devastating twist?

1 month ago   |   By Metro

Geoff Metcalfe is determined to remove any evidence which could incriminate him in Coronation Street , and - during tonight's episode - he acquires access to his secret camera and sets about disposing of the footage which could save Yasmeen Nazir .
With Alya having locked Geoff out of the house, Tim revealed that he would be informing the police of the young woman's actions.
Unfortunately, he followed through on such a threat, and - during tonight's episode - the police arrive and order Alya off the premises and to hand over the keys.

Alya admits defeats and shoves the keys at Geoff, and...
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