Coronation Street arrest for Emma Brooker as she takes fall for Faye in hit and run?

Corrie: Emma confronts Curtis about his medication

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In recent weeks, things haven’t been going so well for Coronation Street resident Emma Brooker (played by Alexandra Mardell). ITV viewers have watched as Emma’s love interest Curtis Delamere (Sam Retford) has continued to lie to her in the lead up to their wedding. Emma was heartbroken after she discovered Curtis had lied about his health. He’d claimed he was dying due to a heart condition, but viewers recently discovered Curtis instead has a mental health condition called a factitious disorder, where he convinces other people he’s ill. However, things are set to go from bad to worse for the barmaid in upcoming scenes.

Emma recently fell out with her dad Steve McDonald (Simon Gregson) after he accused Curtis of stealing his charity money.

Steve had previously given Curtis his card and asked him to transfer the money he raised for charity in his late son Oliver’s memory over to the organisation.

However, when the money didn’t go through, everyone accused Curtis of stealing it.

It was later revealed that the transaction had failed to go through due to a technical fault.

Although Steve made matters worse when he failed to tell his daughter about the incident.

When Emma found out the truth, despite calling off the wedding to Curtis she frantically tried to find him.

“You still haven’t found him then?” Steve asked as she walked through the door.

“Look, love I am so sorry,” Steve began before Emma interrupted: “I am speaking.”

The barmaid continued: “When I was waiting to get married, do you know what the most important thing to me was? Where you were…

“Because all I wanted was for my dad to walk me down the aisle. And now I don’t even know who you are.”

Steve chipped in: “The last thing I ever wanted to do, was to hurt you.”

“So, why did you?” Emma asked as her dad hit back: “Because I love you. I was trying to protect you.”

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“How can you love me and do something like that?” she continued. “Well, congratulations, your little plan worked. 

“I went to the tram stop to try and find him but it’s too late, and thanks to you he’s gone forever.”

However, in upcoming scenes, things seem to be going from bad to worse for poor Emma.

Faye Windass, (Ellie Leach) who is learning to drive, offered to take Emma home from their New Year’s party.



As Faye drives a still tipsy Emma back from their New Year’s Eve party, they knock over Ted, (Duggie Brown) an old man carrying his shopping. 

The girls are relieved when the pensioner opens his eyes and insists he is OK as he invites them into his flat for a cup of tea.

Emma is clearly shaken when they get back home, which is when she bumps into a concerned Imran (Charlie de Melo).

The lawyer goes on to warn the barmaid that she shouldn’t be in charge of a learner driver whilst under the influence of alcohol and if they had an accident she would be in trouble. 

Emma and Faye decide to return to the flat to check up on Ted and apologise, which is when they vow to keep the accident a secret.

However, secrets are never kept hidden on the cobbles and it is only a matter of time before the pair get found out.

Will Ted end up going to the police, or even worse, did someone else witness the accident?

If so, Emma could end up taking the fall and getting arrested for the hit and run.

Coronation Street airs on Monday at 9pm on ITV.

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