When does Geoff get caught in Coronation Street?

Geoff Metcalfe (Ian Bartholomew) has been getting away with his vile treatment of wife Yasmeen (Shelley King) for months now – so much so that her attempts to fight back landed her in prison on an attempted murder charge.

And although other characters have come close to finding out just how twisted Geoff is, so far he’s managed to keep his abusive behaviour from his son Tim (Joe Duttine) and Sally (Sally Dynevor).

However tonight’s episode is set to turn things on its head when Sally goes to see Yasmeen in prison – so could Geoff be about to be found out – and if not, just when will he get his comeuppance?

Read on to find out more…

When does Geoff get caught in Coronation Street?

Geoff’s evil behaviour could be about to catch up with him as Sally continues to be persuaded by Alya Nazir (Sair Khan) that Yasmeen is the victim and that Geoff has been abusing her for months.

After then learning from Cathy Matthews (Melanie Hill) that Yasmeen was locked in one of Geoff’s magic boxes, Sally decides the time has come for her to find out the truth for herself, and goes to see Yasmeen in prison.

She’s horrified by what she hears from Yasmeen, and confronts Geoff when she arrives home, only for the altercation to turn nasty, and for Geoff to turn threatening.

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As he does so Tim walks in – leaving Geoff to suggest she has betrayed them by taking Yasmeen’s side – but who will Tim believe?

We’ll have to keep watching to find out what happens – but will things get worse for Yasmeen before they get better? Or will Tim finally come round to the truth about his dad?

Ian Bartholomew has previous spoken about just how dark Geoff’s storyline has become, saying:‘I knew where it was going but I wasn’t sure how far it was going to go. All the early stuff was deliberately ambiguous as I wasn’t entirely sure how it was going to develop.

‘Since then it has become clearer that his behaviour is becoming more and more unacceptable in a sociological sense and it is very interesting to play, it is difficult, he is not a moustache twirling villain so with that comes challenges as he is the sort of villain who has very few if any redeeming features.’

Coronation Street continues on Monday at 7:30pm on ITV.

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