Just when we thought things couldnt get messier in Emmerdale, Kerry Wyatt (Laura Norton) has been left for dead while trying to stop Tracy Shankley (Amy Walsh) from going to the police about the fire which killed her dad Frank – and now Amy (Natalie Ann Jamieson) is about to issue a surprising and dangerous threat.
With Tracy and her sister Vanessa Woodfield (Michelle Hardwick) reeling at Kerry and Amys duplicity in covering up the fire, their sense of horror and betrayal has been overshadowed by Tracys fear that she might have accidentally killed Kerry.
While Tracy didnt intend to hurt Kerry, she gave her a shove which caused her to land in an unfortunately placed pile of rocks. And at the end of last week, Amy feared that she would lose her mum for good.
While its pretty difficult for Amy to take the moral high ground in a situation that was triggered by theft and accidental death followed by a web of lies, her fear for Kerry leads her to lash out and warn Tracy that she could go to the police over this.
Of course, Tracy has plenty of ammunition herself to hit back with – so its not looking like a particularly pleasant outcome for anyone. With the three women having all accidentally caused serious injury – and in some cases worse – they clearly have the worst possible luck. And if Kerry dies, it can only get even more bleak.
As Amy and Tracy have a stand off, it will eventually trigger Vanessa to remind Amy about how all of this has come about. Aghast at Amys audacity to make threats after what she and Kerry did, Vanessa will lash out at her – and accidentally hit a nurse in the process? See what we mean about that terrible luck?
As Vanessa ends up in a cell, she might not be the only one in coming weeks if anyone follows through on their threats.
Speaking about the drama recently, Natalie Ann told Metro.co.uk: Ill be really interested to see the audience reaction to this and how it changes things – I think it will be really mixed, to be honest. Here we have another situation where someone has acted and not meant Read More – Source