Coronation Street spoilers as Tracy's caught with Tommy, Lauren goes missing and Gary lashes out
13.02.2024 - 08:31
The aftermath of Maria Windass discovering the depth of Liam Connor's despair continues in Coronation Street next week. The youngster has been bullied by Mason Radcliffe and his gang of mates - including Dylan Wilson - for months.
He's been hiding the torment from his family and even got in trouble himself when he retaliated and shoved Dylan up against a wall at school and was caught by Mrs Crawshaw. It has since been revealed that in an hour-long episode to air on Wednesday, February 14, Liam will be found to have been searching online ways to take his own life but is interrupted by his mum.
Next week, as an exhausted Maria watches over Liam while he sleeps, she calls the doctor and demands an urgent appointment. Liam opens up to Dr Gaddas, admitting his life had become so unbearable that he just wanted to end it.
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Dr Gaddas tells Maria that she’s referring Liam to a mental health unit but there’s a long waiting list so in the meantime she must keep a close eye on him. Meanwhile, when Mason goads Gary Windass, telling him that Liam needs to watch his back, Gary sees red and throws him to the ground.
Sean Tully dashes over and threatens to report Gary to the police. Determined to clear Dylan’s name, Sean demands he hands over his phone. As Sean scrolls through Dylan’s messages, a look of horror appears on his face.
Later, George Shuttleworth, Eileen Grimshaw and Mary Taylor make a fuss of Dylan on his birthday, but Sean can barely look at him. Dylan feels awful as he unwraps a watch to see that Sean has had it engraved. Soon, Eileen urges Sean to sit down
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