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Coronation Street fans ‘work out’ true identity of Lauren Bolton’s killer as clue spotted

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After questioning a man who had connections to Nathan and whom they were now “convinced” was Lauren’s real killer, Roy’s attorney broke down in tears during this evening’s Corrie episode.

Is Channique Sterling-Brown’s character Dee-Dee Bailey on Coronation Street unintentionally hanging around with the killer of Lauren Bolton (Cait Fitton) and possibly sharing a bed with him? Fans have speculated as much because they see Joel Deering (Calum Lill), her boyfriend, acting remarkably suspiciously.

A few months prior, Joel made an enigmatic jewelry purchase around the same time Lauren was given a priceless necklace, which disturbed Hope Dobbs (Isabella Flanagan) when she discovered it last night at the car wash. Joel’s intentions to pop the question to Dee-Dee may have been the reason for the coincidence, but it’s not the only thing about him that has sparked suspicion.

It is known that the attorney is defending Nathan Curtis (Christopher Harper), who was detained this week for violating the conditions of his parole following his imprisonment for the grooming and rape of Bethany Platt (Lucy Fallon). Is it possible that he is personally connected to the antagonist?

Aside from that, the main focus of the episode has been Lauren’s texts received from an unidentified man. Because Roy Cropper (David Neilson), the mystery texter, uses precise grammar and well-considered bullet points in his writing, police have good reason to suspect him.

Nevertheless, some viewers on Twitter thought otherwise, with one pointing out: “So, the culprit is a grammar whiz & owns the car at the car wash? well-educated? Extremely competent? Who’s Deedee’s boyfriend? #Corrie.

The same theory was expressed by someone else, who wrote: “Think it’s DeeDee’s fella #Corrie.”

“Can they just announce it’s Joel and be done with it?” inquired a third, who was equally confident.

The potential antagonist had intended to pop the question to Dee-Dee, but after seeming to mock and disparage her skills in tonight’s episode, she broke down in tears and begged him to stop.

After Roy’s trial date was announced, Joel assuaged her concerns about the case by saying, “We do our best but sometimes that’s how the cookie crumbles.”

Feeling offended, Dee-Dee blurted out, “Do you believe that I’m an amateur? Leave! Don’t let the fact that I don’t work for a posh company indicate that I lack expertise in my field.”

As for Roy, viewers have been worried about his withdrawal since the dejected inmate said, “I don’t believe in God or any kind of natural justice.”

Roy wonders, “What is it that is keeping the judiciary from descending into anarchy?” since the only thing working in his favor is Bobby Crawford’s (Jack Carroll) fictitious evidence, which he has refuted to police.

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