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Coronation Street shock new arrest made as Lauren’s killer is finally revealed

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When Bethany Platt of Coronation Street found out that her former sex abuser Nathan Curtis was getting out of jail, she became very uneasy.

Fans of Coronation Street can expect to see Tina O’Brien’s character Sarah Platt go to considerable measures in an attempt to permanently remove Nathan Curtis (Chris Harper) from Weatherfield. According to official ITV soap opera spoilers, Sarah and her daughter Bethany Platt (Lucy Fallon) immediately call the police.

Bethany says she doesn’t feel safe in Weatherfield and threatens to leave again, especially with her former abuser lurking around the cobbles. Sarah makes the decision to visit Nathan because she doesn’t want her daughter to go.

Sarah reminds Nathan that he took £10,000 to get out of town at the construction site. But when he laughs in her face, she becomes enraged and decides to exact revenge.

Subsequently, Sarah comes back carrying a plastic bag containing Lauren Bolton’s (Cait Fitton) hair bobble, which she had left at the Platts. But when Kit Green (Jacob Roberts) catches her in the act, her plan is foiled.

Sarah is forced to confess that she intended to hide Lauren’s hair bobble in Nathan’s van in order to establish proof that he killed Lauren after being caught red-handed. Kit begs Sarah to trust the police to find the person who killed Lauren and let them do their job.

News that Nathan has been arrested breaks later in the week. Did Sarah plant evidence of her guilt and disregard Kit’s warning? Or have they found evidence that links Nathan to the crime?

Regretfully, the book Roy Cropper (David Neilson) was reading lay soaked in tea with a broken spine, suggesting that his agony in prison seems to be ongoing.

Nathan’s arrest occurs just before a significant overhaul of the soap opera is planned for next week, when viewers will finally discover Lauren’s true story.

Coronation Street typically airs three nights a week, but as the dramatic plot wraps up, the show will now air over five nights.

The same day will be seen through the eyes of various characters involved in Lauren’s life in the first four episodes. Then, in Friday’s episode, the week comes to an end as a new day breaks and the mystery surrounding Lauren’s fate keeps getting revealed.

Executive producer Iain MacLeod commented, “This week is so gripping and unlike anything Coronation Street has done before, in terms of the story-telling,” in reference to the upcoming scenes.

“It features some of our favorite characters right in the midst of the drama and is modern and really exciting.” We’ve all been gripped by the murder mystery surrounding Lauren, and this week’s race against time to solve it before Roy suffers a serious injury is incredibly compelling and well-written.

“If you want to keep trying to solve this exciting puzzle, you really won’t want to miss it, as it is also the launchpad for a massive new chapter in that narrative.”

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