Emmerdale’s Mark Jordon hints missing Amelia might be dead – and Daz might have something to do with it

The 53-year-old actor, who plays Daz Spencer on the soap, dropped a massive spoiler on what is to come during an appearance on This Morning today.

The schoolgirl, played by Daisy Campbell, vanished from her bedroom after discovering that her uncle Daz is her real dad and, despite an emotional TV appeal, cops have struggled to find any leads.

But during tonight’s double bill, the finger of blame will fall on Daz – and there could be much more to their disappearance than meets the eyes.

Leaving Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby shocked, Mark told them that it was “clear” that Daz is involved.

He said: "The worst thing is the police have got quite substantial evidence that Daz has been texting Amelia while she's been missing.


"I've actually just been brave telling you that. I'll probably get shot now.

"But it's got so much more to go and that's why the police ask him in."

Mark also hinted Amelia may have met her maker as he revealed Daz and his brother Dan Spencer (Liam Fox), who recently found out Daz was Amelia's father rather than him, will have to discuss where she will be "buried".

He said: "We're still tying this up filming-wise. The brothers are shell-shocked.


"There's a lot to do in terms of repairing. It's bad enough to find out your brother, who you just welcomed back into the fray, has slept with your wife in the past and the daughter you've brought up isn't yours.

"So when Amelia, if Amelia, or whatever happens … what we will do about where Amelia will be buried … possibly.

"I'm throwing that out there as a possible. You never know."

Mark also teased fans they can expect to have differing views on what they think has happened to Amelia as the story progresses.

Speaking on the ITV show, he added: "There is more, there's a lovely hour-long special tonight and tomorrow. There's so much that's happening that will probably test what people's views are.

"I'm sure each household they'll have an opinion, but it clearly looks like Daz is heavily involved in this.

"There is truly some stonking movement in this story."


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