Coronation Street confirms Max’s important decision after his arrest

Coronation Street spoilers follow.

Coronation Street has revealed an uncertain future for Max Turner after he was arrested on a serious charge.

Max’s racist online videos return to haunt him this week as they are linked to a shocking incident at Speed ​​Daal.

As previously revealed, Max’s former bully Blake is targeting the restaurant while Maria Connor hosts a refugee gathering.

While carrying out Blake’s sinister plan, a terrible incident occurs, which he later tells the police that he was inspired by Max’s videos.

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Max is later arrested on charges of incitement to murder, much to the dismay of his dad David.

When Repercussions airs next week, David receives another disturbing message from Max’s lawyer.

David is informed that Max’s charge has been increased to encouraging terrorism, which could lead to a 10-year sentence.

David hopes for a better outcome for Max when his attorney Harriet pays a visit.

harriet, david platt, coronation street

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Harriet suggests that Max was groomed by Griff, and the court may be lenient if he too is seen as a victim.

Although David feels reassured, he realizes that Harriet’s fees are expensive. Determined that Max should have the best legal advice, David promises to find funding.

Later in the week, David confides in Maria that Max has stopped answering his calls.

David finally drinks the whiskey, trying to forget his worries about Max for a while.

David Plat, Coronation Street

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He then tells Maria that Max took matters into his own hands and pleaded guilty, so he is now awaiting sentencing.

Meanwhile, Alya Nazir crosses paths with David at a coffee shop and assures him that he is not to blame for Max’s actions.

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If you’re worried about someone expressing extremist or hateful views, then that’s it ACT EARLY has further information. If you have seen or heard anything potentially related to terrorism, please report it through www.gov.uk/ACT or call 0800 789 321.

If you have been affected by racism and racist hate crime, organizations including Equality and Advisory Support Office (EASS), Monitoring group, Against Racism and Inequality (SARI) and Stop hating Britain are among those who can offer help and support.

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

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