Will David re­sort to mur­der? Cor­rie

Shona’s evil ex snatches Max lily and an­gry david sees red! and

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David Platt and Shona Ramsey’s re­la­tion­ship is bliss­fully happy – as long as they don’t talk about her mur­der­ing son, Clay­ton Hibbs…

But Shona’s ex, and Clay­ton’s dad, Dane Hibbs, is hang­ing around, de­mand­ing a share of Shona’s scratch­card win­nings in ex­change for leav­ing her in peace.

If Shona re­fuses to pay dodgy Dane it could spell trou­ble for her happy lit­tle set-up with the Platts – big trou­ble…

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Stunned by his girl­friend’s plans to ac­tu­ally hand over £1,000 from her wind­fall to her evil ex, David con­fronts Dane and tells him to do one.

But dev­il­ish Dane pro­vokes David by say­ing cruel things about his late wife Kylie (RIP) and Shona can’t stop David from lash­ing out – so Dane takes a ter­ri­ble re­venge.

‘Shona knows Dane might tell Max and Lily she’s the mother of their mum’s killer,’ re­veals Shona ac­tress Ju­lia Gould­ing. ‘And that’s even more likely now she’s not giv­ing him any money. Dane will push things as far as he can and could hurt the chil­dren…’

As Shona and David pack Max and Lily into the car and pre­pare to drive off, das­tardly Dane jumps in the mo­tor and locks him­self in with the kids!

‘Shona can’t bear the fact Max and Lily are in danger and feels she and David are doomed,’ con­tin­ues Ju­lia.

But what ex­actly will Dane do to David’s kids? And what will David do to Dane when he gets half a chance?

What next?

If any harm comes to Max and Lily we could see the re­turn of Devil David. Re­mem­ber, he al­ready tried to blow up Clay­ton to get vengeance for Kylie, so are Dane’s days num­bered?

As for David and Shona, will their past force the pair to pack it in, or can they find a way for­ward to­gether?

We’ve got our fin­gers crossed for a happy fu­ture for them – if David can keep his demons in check…

Check it out! Read our ex­clu­sive in­ter­view with Shona ac­tress Ju­lia Gould­ing on

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