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Coronation Street spoiler sees Stu finally discover who killed barmaid Charlie

The revelations Stu Carpenter will receive this week will shock him to his core because he has spent his entire life attempting to establish that he did not kill bartender Charlie Walters.

This week on Coronation Street, Stu Carpenter learns the answer to the question that has consumed him his entire life: Who actually killed Charlie Walters?

Stu was found guilty of the young woman’s murder 27 years ago, but he has maintained his innocence ever since, even though they were having an affair at the time.

This week, a small piece of evidence that shows Zeedan’s innocence is uncovered thanks to the assistance of lawyers Dee-Dee (Channique Sterling-Brown) and Alya (Sair Khan) and Zeedan (Qasim Akhtar).

While Dee-Dee and Alya continue their investigation into Stu’s mysterious past, Stu is occupied getting to know Bridget (Beth Vyse) and young Eliza.

Bridget and Eliza, his former estranged daughters, want to keep seeing Stu, but Lucy (Lynda Rooke) is opposed to it, as Yasmeen (Shelley King) discovers in the bar.

Bridget and Eliza are invited over for brunch by Yasmeen, who keeps Lucy in the dark about the invitation.

Eliza begins questioning Stu about his time behind bars as they attempt to enjoy their meal, and Bridget eventually has enough and leaves the room to get some fresh air in the garden.

Stu follows her to console her and expresses his anger at being imprisoned for something he didn’t commit, but he is taken aback by what she reveals.

At the 2022 British Soap Awards in July, Bill spoke exclusively to OK! about his character becoming an important component of the cobbles “Definitely, and quickly! As you are aware, I was once homeless before meeting Millie Gibson, who plays Kelly, and developing a strong friendship.”

Bill gave a sneak preview of his character’s upcoming developments, saying: “It’s going to be very big because what’s going to be revealed is all about my past, and it’s a big past—not just a little past. Can’t say too much more than that, but it’s major implications for everyone.”


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