Imran crushed as Laura 'seals Kelly's fate' in new sad Coronation Street video
Is this the moment that Kelly Neelan’s (Millie Gibson) fate is sealed in Coronation Street?
It certainly could be, that’s for sure!
The above clip, taken from Monday’s (September 6) second edition of the ITV soap, sees Imran Habeeb (Charlie de Melo) despairing in the wake of Laura’s (Kel Allen) testimony.
The trial of Kelly and Corey Brent (Maximus Evans) has been playing out on our screens for the best part of a week, and with Abi Franklin (Sally Carman) suspecting that Stefan (Paul Opacic) is bribing witnesses, things aren’t looking too good for Kelly.
Kelly suggested that her mum could give evidence, and Imran seemingly takes her up on such a thing.
What transpires on the stand remains to be seen, but Imran is subsequently left appalled by the events.
‘It’s not me you should be apologising to,’ says Imran to Laura, ‘it’s your daughter. You know the one you just threw under the bus!
‘Kelly practically begged me to let you give evidence! And against my better judgment, I let you, because I naively thought that you would actually be on her side! The only side you’ve ever been on is your own.
‘If Kelly goes to prison, it’ll be your fault!’
Laura, however, refuses to accept responsibility, reminding Imran that it’s his job to foresee what might be brought up in court.
‘Don’t you dare put all that me!’, she yells. ‘If our Kelly goes down, you’ve got no-one else to blame but yourself!
Imran is rendered speechless, evidently feeling guilty for not trusting his judgment. He fires his notes across the hall, and cradles his head in his hands.
Will Kelly be sent to prison? Has Laura’s evidence well and truly sealed her fate?
Coronation Street airs these scenes on Monday September 6 at 7:30pm on ITV.
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