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Coronation Street star Vicky Myers reveals perfect comeuppance for evil Joel Deering

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Even though Joel Deering (Calum Lill) is still free and able to stroll the cobblestones of Coronation Street, Vicky Myers (DS Lisa Swain) has expressed her desire for the character to have his just desserts.

After Roy Cropper (David Neilson) was mistakenly detained and imprisoned on suspicion of Lauren Bolton’s (Cait Fitton) murder, viewers of the ITV soap opera recently discovered that aggressive Joel is actually the reason behind her disappearance.

Joel was able to continue living his usual life in Weatherfield, including his relationship with Dee-Dee Bailey (Channique Sterling-Brown), until Nathan Curtis, a well-known groomer, was charged with the crime more recently.

Even if DS Swain hasn’t identified the true culprit in Lauren’s case yet, Vicky would really like to see her character play a major role in Joel’s demise.

Speaking to Metro.co.uk, Vicky said she could only begin to picture how Lisa would feel about that, given that Joel is in a position of trust and has a comparable job. She went on to say that Swain would be “fierce” upon learning the truth.

“She would be fierce with that abuse of trust and power, targeting vulnerable women, including her own daughter.” Not just for the women he has cultivated, but also for the ones he has completely mistreated, such as Emily and Dee-Dee. There are numerous women present.

I think it will be fantastic to see female empowerment and the ensuing unity and uprising. want him to receive his just punishment, either singly or collectively.

Despite the absurd nature of the plot, I’m really looking forward to it since, when it comes to grooming, a lot of young kids are at risk and may not even be aware of it.

In addition, Vicky complimented the researchers and scriptwriters of the soap opera for their “impeccable” work on the plot in association with the Maggie Oliver Foundation.

“This will definitely bring attention to it, and maybe one person will watch it and know where to find people who can help and that they will be taken seriously and acknowledged,” she continued.

Vicky also acknowledged that, from her initial spell in Weatherfield back in 2021, she has found the response to her character to be “genuinely heartwarming.”

She added, “I’m incredibly privileged to represent a professional female who is a member of the LGBTQ+ community on this famous street. People have shared their stories and thanked me for that.”

“It’s an honor, and not one that I take lightly or carelessly. I hope I portray her fairly because that comes with a responsibility.”

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