Sally (played by Sally Dynevor) has had a terrible few months behind bars on Coronation Street after conman Duncan Radfield (Nicholas Gleaves) fram
Sally (played by Sally Dynevor) has had a terrible few months behind bars on Coronation Street after conman Duncan Radfield (Nicholas Gleaves) framed her for fraud.
During tonight’s double visit to the ITV soap, Sally’s family came face-to-face with Duncan’s “dead” wife May Radfield (Helene Maksoud) and tried to use her as a bargaining chip for Duncan to come clean about his crimes.
After May went missing from Sophie Webster’s (Brooke Vincent) care, it was Gina (Connie Hyde) who made her see sense about her husband’s illegal actions and finally got a hospitalised and bed-ridden Duncan to admit to his crimes after he was knocked down by a van at the end of Friday night’s episode.
Just when Sally’s husband Tim Metcalfe (Joe Duttine) looked set to flee Weatherfield out of fear Duncan would frame him for being run over, the police arrived to tell him and Sophie they could begin proceedings to bring their loved one home.
The officer told the pair: “I just wanted you to know Mr Radfield has made a full confession about the recent charges involving your wife.
“He’s taken full reusability for the theft of the council funds and confirmed all his allegations against Mrs Metcalfe were false.”
After hearing the news, Sophie screamed: “We’ve done it, we’ve done it,” with Tim adding: “She’s coming home Soph.”
As the two celebrated, Gina could be watching on from a distance with a woeful expression on her face as Sally’s release will mean she will have to confront her sister about her part in getting her sent down as well as trying to seduce her husband.
After a rough time in jail, Sally may want a fresh start and cut Gina completely out her life, leaving the Weatherfield resident with no choice but to bid farewell to the street.
However, if Sally learns it was Gina who managed to convince May to come forward, could she forgive Gina for her behaviour and begin to rebuild their relationship?
As Sally’s family received some good news, Sinead Tinker (Katie McGlynn) was dealt a series of blows tonight, leading to the arrival of her baby son.
Sinead was told she would have to deliver her baby as her cancer had grown and therefore she needed a more aggressive form of treatment.
Although both she and Daniel Osbourne (Rob Mallard) were sceptical, Sinead went on to deliver the baby but was left fighting for her life as she bleed out during the procedure.
However, after coming round, Daniel told her their baby was fine but she wouldn’t be able to see him as he needed to stay in the intensive care unit as he was born so early.
Upcoming scenes will see Daniel learn their child has issues with its bowel following the early birth, but will he tell Sinead?
Coronation Street continues Wednesday at 7.30pm on ITV.