Coronation Street star Sally Dynevor has dropped a huge hint that Sally Metcalfe could be heading to prison.
Sally is arrested (in a clown outfit) next week after police interrupt a family day at Speed Daal and reveal that she’s now under suspicion of fraud, bribery and money laundering.
The shock ordeal comes as conman Duncan Radfield has decided to frame Sally, claiming that she was the true mastermind behind his plot to steal council money.
Duncan has even skilfully left a trail which links to Sally, as he was responsible for the mystery £1,000 which was recently sent to Tim’s bank account.
Speaking to Digital Spy and other media at a recent Corrie press day, Sally was asked whether fans need to dig out their “Free the Weatherfield One” t-shirts in preparation for the storyline.
She laughed: “Yes, you definitely do! I need all the support I can get at the moment. It’s a great story and I’m really enjoying it.
“Sally is really shocked when she’s arrested. She doesn’t understand what’s going on. It’s very clever the way Duncan has done it. He’s done it drip by drip. At first Sally thought he was quite cute and he was very nice to her, so she gave him the money when she really shouldn’t have done.
“Sally thought it would all go away, but of course it doesn’t. Duncan has even set up burner mobile phones. In the end, it looks to Tim that Sally has been having an affair with Duncan. It’s all very complicated.”
Devious Duncan will be sticking with the soap for a six-month stint, which shows there’s still a long way to go with this storyline.
Sally continued: “I loved the story straight away, although I didn’t really know much about it at first. Nick Gleaves, who plays Duncan, came in. He had one little scene and it was whether Sally could help him with this ‘charity’.
“I said: ‘Are you in again?’ He said: ‘Yeah. I’m in for six months. Do you not know about this? I’m not sure I’m supposed to tell you. I think you need to go upstairs!’
“So then I asked them what’s going on. I played the whole scene naively not knowing what was going on, which in some ways was quite good.”
Discussing how Sally will cope with life as a prisoner if the worst should happen, she added: “For Sally that is the worst thing. Not only privileges to be taken away from you and locked in a room without your family, but the shame of it.
“That would be horrible for Sally – everybody on Coronation Street knowing that she’d gone to prison. She wouldn’t be able to walk down Corrie again with her head held high, that’s for sure. She’ll get really ribbed in Underworld when she goes back.”
Coronation Street airs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7.30pm and 8.30pm.
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