CORONATION STREET’S Gary Windass has proved he will do whatever it takes to keep Kelly Neelan safe, but a new theory by suggests he is about to go a step too far.
When Gary (Mikey North) saved Kelly (Millie Gibson) from a cellar where her late father Rick Neelan’s (Greg Wood) associates had kept her, Kelly saw Gary’s (Mikey North’s) violent side. The Coronation Street youngster was relieved that Gary had saved her, but she was horrified by how viciously he had dealt with one of her kidnappers. Will a vindictive Gary find the kidnappers and try to punish them?
Gary was informed that in order to get Kelly back, he would need to pay the thugs £50,000, which they knew he didn’t have.
He emptied his savings and used the remaining funds Rick had given him after he was killed to pull together £24,500.
The sum was far from adequate, and his wife Maria Connor (Samia Longchambon) was concerned that he and Kelly would suffer injuries when he fled to save her.
A member of Rick’s crew knocked him down as he sought to escape Kelly from the place where she was being held captive.
Soon after regaining consciousness, Gary engaged the abductor in combat.
The altercation suddenly got violent, and Gary appeared ready to kill once more.
Kelly stepped in and talked her surrogate father out of continuing the battle because she was afraid he might be killed.
After hearing Kelly’s plea, they subsequently went back to Weatherfield, but it seems that Gary still can’t get the kidnapping out of his mind.
Recently, Gary actor Mikey discussed the dramatic plot with Express.co.uk and other media.
The 35-year-old soap star responded when asked if Gary could kill once more, “I might do it to take care of my family.”
“I believe he would do it again, given the same conditions,” Mikey continued.
For years, Gary has been terrified that Kelly will discover that he was responsible for her father’s demise.
“With each day that goes by, she’s getting closer to learning the truth, thus the risk grows,” he continued.”
Mikey claimed that even though Gary killed Kelly’s father in self-defense, he has been finding it difficult to live with the guilt of doing so. Mikey said when asked if Gary would ever quit the criminal underworld: “I don’t think he would be really changed, even though it may look like he is. We never know what he’ll do next, and he might always go off the rails at any time, is a constant concern that constantly bubbles to the surface.” “He’s like he’s got nine lives like a cat,” he continued.
Will Gary track down the kidnappers to make them suffer and give them a taste of their own medicine?Or, if Gary’s plan fails, would he put himself in grave danger if one of Rick’s friends stabs him and leaves him for dead?
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