NEW Emmerdale villain Jordan Greenlow is terrorising his solicitor, Ethan Anderson.
After witnessing a troubling exchange, Al Chapman takes a stand next week in the ITV soap.
A new villain has recently appeared in the ITV Dales and wreaking havoc after attacking Billy Fletcher.
While he’s accused of assaulting Billy for the colour of his skin, Jordan (played by Jack Parr) has chosen Ethan Anderson (Emile John) to be his legal counsel.
But in upcoming scenes of the Yorkshire-based show, things spiral out of control – but businessman Al, played by Harry Potter actor Michael Wildman, tries to save the day.
Next week, Jordan confronts Ethan once again and makes it clear he is part of a gang.
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Al is a witness to the intimidation and agrees to go to the police before confronting Ethan about representing Jordan.
As one of Emmerdale most scheming characters, and Cain Dingle’s main rival in recent months, this change in behaviour may come as a shock to ITV viewers.
Later on, Ethan is faced with his father Charles’ own doubts and decides to pull out of the case, regardless of the consequences for his career.
Unfortunately, Al taking action won’t be enough to save Ethan from being targeted by Jordan.
Ethan breaks the news to Jordan that he can no longer represent him and the encounter turns sour in front of the latter’s wife, Courtney.
Once the tense exchange is over, Ethan feels happy, despite being slightly shaken, and arranges an evening with Marcus Dean.
But Jordan lurks in the shadows close behind him and accosts him at the subway.
After another showdown, Jordan throws a terrified Ethan on the floor – how far will the gang member go?
Ethan will be Jordan’s second victim as he has already attacked Billy Fletcher, as mentioned above.
While he was in hospital, Billy told his wife Dawn Taylor that his attack was racially motivated, and he may be right.
What will the aftermath of Ethan’s attack look like?
Will Jordan face the consequences of his actions or could he get away with it all?
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Could Marcus, the son of serial killer Pierce Harris, retaliate?
Emmerdale airs weeknights from 7.30pm on ITV.
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