Coronation Street’s Kit to be drawn into Gemma arrest

Coronation Street’s Kit to be drawn into Gemma arrest

Coronation Street spoilers follow.

Coronation Street newcomer Kit Green faces a difficult situation next week after his half-sister Gemma Winter-Brown is arrested.

Kit is drawn into his family’s dramas when his mum Bernie begs him to help Gemma.

The sad situation unfolds after Gemma’s ongoing financial problems push her to breaking point.

Gemma receives a £70 parking fine in the post and she realises that her young daughter Carys desperately needs new shoes.

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When the cash-strapped mum takes Carys to the shoe shop, she’s concerned to realise that a new pair will cost £45.

Gemma waits for the shop assistant to get distracted and seizes her opportunity to flee without paying for the shoes.

As Gemma arrives home, Bernie is suspicious as she spots the new shoes and questions how she afforded them.

Later, Gemma’s crime comes back to haunt her as she’s arrested. Kit is shocked to spot Gemma being hauled into the police station.

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Bernie hopes to use Kit’s position in the police force to her advantage, begging him to do whatever he can to secure Gemma’s release.

Kit reluctantly complies and visits the shoe shop, where he asks the owner whether there’s any chance of letting Gemma off.

Gemma is confused over why Kit is helping her, still unaware that he’s her long-lost brother.

A grateful Gemma introduces Kit to Chesney and the kids, but Kit gets distracted when he receives a shocking call from his dad.

Coronation Street airs these scenes on Monday, June 24 and Friday, June 28.

Coronation Street airs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8pm on ITV1 and streams on ITVX.

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