Coronation Street's Sally Metcalfe WILL be linked to those fake text messages

Coronation Street‘s Sally Metcalfe is one step closer to a prison cell next week, as a crucial new piece of evidence links her to Duncan Radfield’s fake text messages.

Last night, Sally was confronted with phone evidence which appeared to show her exchanging incriminating texts with Duncan – talking about their supposed “affair” and planning to scam the council.

Corrie fans know that Sally is completely innocent and Duncan wrote both sides of the text conversation, wanting to cover his tracks and frame her.

After Monday’s episodes aired, some Corrie viewers questioned the strength of the case against Sally – pointing out that there was no firm evidence to link her to the texts she was accused of sending.

However, next week Sally is wrong-footed yet again when a mobile phone is found hidden away in the gutter at her house.

Sally and her loved ones are horrified to realise that this is the incriminating phone that the police are looking for, which has clearly been planted there by Duncan.

Believing honesty isn’t the best policy here, Sally’s sister Gina urges her to dispose of the phone so that the police never find it.

Sally’s father-in-law Geoff has other ideas by calling the police and hiding the phone under a plant pot for safekeeping. Unfortunately, once the detectives pay a visit later on, the phone has mysteriously disappeared again.

Once the much-sought-after phone finally gets in the hands of the detectives after much confusion, they confirm that it’s definitely the one that was used to send the messages “from Sally”.

Has Sally done the right thing by letting the police have it, or has she just handed them the smoking gun that could see her jailed?

Coronation Street airs these scenes on Monday, August 20 and Wednesday, August 22 at 7.30pm and 8.30pm on ITV.

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