Coronation Street spoilers: Yasmeen STABS abusive Geoff and leaves him for dead after he attacks her with a knife


CORONATION Street’s Yasmeen will BOTTLE abusive husband Geoff Metcalfe next week – and fear she has killed him after he attacks her with a knife.

The chef – who is played by actress Shelley King in the ITV soap – has been psychologically abused and manipulated by Geoff who has used coercive control on her.

Geoff will be left for dead after Yasmeen defends herself

Evil Geoff is going to realise he is losing control of Yasmeen soon and take drastic action by stepping up his abuse and starving her.

Viewers have seen her begin preparations to leave controlling Geoff by secretly packing a bag and hiding it away ready for her chance to escape.

But she doesn’t know that Geoff has installed a secret camera and so will be aware of her plan.

Now dramatic pictures show the horrifying moment an enraged Geoff waves a knife at Yasmeen leaving her terrified.

Knowing how dangerous Geoff is she will instinctively pick up the nearest thing to her – a wine bottle – and defend herself.

Backed into a corner by bullying Geoff and feeling like a wounded animal she grabs the wine bottle and hits him, slashing his neck with the broken glass.

Geoff attacks Yasmeen with a knife after starving her and forcing her to wear a prostitute’s clothes
She reacts in the moment and hits him with the wine bottle slashing his neck

As she realises what she has done she stares helplessly at her husband lying on the floor with blood pouring from his wound.

Terrified and shaking Yasmeen dials 999 and tells the operator: “I’ve just killed my husband.”

But after months of Geoff secretly abusing her – will anyone believe she’s innocent?

Millions of viewers have seen Yasmeen Metcalfe’s coercive control abuse storyline unfolding on screen.

Geoff has isolated her from her friends and family, stolen money from her, chipped away at her confidence, belittling her, locking her in a magicians box and even forcing her to eat her own pet chicken.

In recent scenes Yasmeen discovered that Geoff had been using an escort agency and she went to the police to access information about his background under Clare’s Law.

He stumbles away grabbing at the wound in his neck
Yasmeen is horrified by what she’s been forced to do
Yasmeen immediately calls the police and confesses to killing Geoff

In next week’s episodes Geoff continues to abuse Yasmeen depriving her of food after she discovers she has a sexually transmitted disease and he lays the blame at her door.

When they are invited on a night out by Sally and Tim he forces Yasmeen to wear a dress he bought for an escort.

Back at home he locks a distraught and upset Yasmeen in the house, before returning and goading her by eating food in front of her.

Shelley King said: “He has a bottle of wine on the table and food, he doesn’t offer her anything. All she wants is to eat something and hug him.

“She wants him to forgive her. She is not thinking coherently, she hasn’t eaten for two and a half days properly.

“What she does is react like a wounded cornered animal she just wants it all to stop, she defends herself she doesn’t attack him but it is him who ends up bleeding on the kitchen floor.”

Shelley added that these were the hardest scenes she has had to film during this storyline: “There have been many very difficult scenes throughout this storyline but just the technical aspect of a scene like this means that something you see that just plays out for three minutes might take the whole day to film.

“During that time you have to concentrate and stay in the moment. Ian and I are very close, we are great friends and we understand each other.

“During the day and a half that we concentrated on the portrayal of that horror we had to keep in the moment, barely talking outside the scene.

“It was also a closed set. You have to contact so many things in yourself, when you have three minutes filmed over a day and half you have no recovery time and you can’t afford to joke and laugh. Every single person on set understood and were amazing and were concentrating on making those moments happen.”