Johnny Connor (Richard Hawley) in Coronation Street is currently riddled with guilt following the revelation that the person he hit with his car during a dodgy crime job with Scott Emberton (Tom Roberts) had died.
As much as Jenny (Sally Ann Matthews) tried to tell Johnny to forget about his past, he ended up telling the mother of the security guard what happened, which led her to report him to the police.
Johnny is trying to push Jenny away ahead of what he thinks is his inevitable sentence to jail, and with the verdict being revealed in upcoming episodes, is his exit on the cards as he faces time behind bars?
After discovering Johnny’s eyesight is failing, Jenny asks Imran (Charlie De Melo) to postpone Johnny’s sentencing due to his health, but Imran confirms it’s not serious enough to be granted a delay.
Jenny’s gutted when Johnny’s nurse diagnoses an MS relapse but admits there’s no reason for him not to attend court.
Imran asks the judge to show leniency in Johnny’s sentence, citing his genuine remorse and poor health, so what will the verdict be? Will Johnny be saying goodbye to Jenny and life in Weatherfield?
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