PAUL steals from Mandy and Vinny next week in Emmerdale after a violent outburst over his gambling addiction.

Paul is hurt when his family don’t trust him with the money for a house deposit in the ITV soap and pockets it before heading to gamble away Mandy's future.

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Viewers know that Paul is gambling again behind Vinny and Mandy’s back, but is doing everything in his power to keep it a secret. 

When Vinny caught him stealing and confronted him over the gambling, Paul was furious and ended up brutally attacking his own son.

Next week’s episodes of Emmerdale will see Vinny grow uneasy when Mandy announces she wants her and Paul to get their own place together – and that she has enough money for the deposit. 

Meanwhile, Sam overhears Paul betting over the phone but Paul quickly insists he’s put the gambling behind him when they strike up a conversation. 

Later, Mandy is proud of Paul when he tells them he resisted the urge to gamble and called his mentor instead. 

When Mandy and Vinny tell him about her plan to get a new place, Paul offers to deposit the money at the bank but is immediately told that’s not a good idea. 

Paul is hurt no one seems to trust him and secretly pockets the cash before heading to the bookies. 

Later, Mandy is thrilled when she receives a call from the estate agent saying they’ve secured the house. 

But will Paul have lost Mandy’s deposit money?

Speaking about Vinny and Paul’s relationship in the wake of the attack, actor Bradley Johnson – who plays Vinny – revealed to Digital Spy: "Vinny's trust for Paul has just gone. If he's going to forgive his dad, it's going to take a very long time for Paul to gain any sort of trust from Vinny again.

"All I can say is that this is the start of a long storyline and in traditional soap fashion, it's not the last you're going to hear of Paul and Vinny's situation.

"You'll have to wait and see whether it's going to get worse or better, but there's lots more to come."

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