Spoilers: Teen Faye in serious danger as she moves in with Geoff in Corrie

Having only ever seen a warm side to her grandfather, Coronation Street teenager Faye Windass (Elle Leach) is set to defend him to the hilt – and makes the dangerous decision to move in with him after learning that he has been kicked out by Sally (Sally Dynevor).

Sally is more suspicious than ever that Geoff is not the innocent party and that Yasmeen (Shelley King) was being subjected to abusive behaviour but, despite his own misgivings, Tim (Joe Duttine) has stood by his dad’s side.

Fans have been horrified as manipulative Geoff has used his familiar gaslighting techniques to keep his own son on side – and now he targets his granddaughter with the same behaviour.

Sally and Tim are estranged since Sally dropped any support for Geoff and when Faye learns that she is taking Yasmeen’s side after speaking with a self pitying Geoff, she is outraged and publicly has a go at Tim and Sally.

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Tim urges her to talk about it inside but Faye is defiant and condemns her dad for not doing more to stop Geoff being treated this way.

She then announces that she is moving in with Geoff, who creates a pitiful display of gratitude and continues to play the victim.

While Sally prepares to unite with Alya Nazir (Sair Khan) to ensure Yasmeen gets justice, Tim and Faye remain under Geoff’s spell.

But how much danger is Faye in living alone with such a monster? Will she find herself falling victim to his vile controlling ways?

And if so, will she realise the truth about him? Or will he manage to impact her so that her loyalty is stronger than ever?

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