Emmerdale’s Charity goes off deep end as she slaps Noah and betrays Debbie

Emmerdale’s Charity goes off deep end as she slaps Noah and betrays Debbie


Emmerdale character Charity Dingle (Emma Atkins) is set to go off the deep end next week as viewers see her act despicably towards her children.

She has been on a downward spiral ever since her relationship with Vanessa Woodfield (Michelle Hardwick) began to break down, and while her children have felt some of the effects, they are set to be directly affected now.

Next week, Emmerdale spoilers reveal that Charity tries to get back in her son's good books, so offers to go for a run with him.

She's left gasping for air after their first race, leaving Noah (Jack Downham) amused by how determined she is, especially when she says she'll win next time.

The next time she does win, and Charity is excited, but she soon sees Noah bent double in pain.

Charity is worried and she calls Meena Jutla (Paige Sandhu) to check him over, but Noah is left annoyed when Charity mentions his medical condition.

He's left deflated and is convinced he'll fail the army medical.

But soon he has a plan when Samson (Sam Hall) says he'd help if he could.

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Noah passes him an empty water bottle and asks him to give a urine sample so he can pretend it's his to pass the medical.

Samson provides the sample, but Charity is suspicious when she notices how uneasy Noah is.

Later on, a sheepish Samson confesses and Charity calls up the assessment centre – will she ruin Noah's chances with the army?

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Eventually, Noah realises what Charity's done and he lays into her for being selfish, telling her his life would have been better if she'd just sold him forever.

Charity lashes out and slaps her son – has she gone too far?

Soon enough, sneaky Al Chapman (Michael Wildman) gets involved as he notices that Charity is at odds with Debbie (Charley Webb) and Chas (Lucy Pargeter).

He joins with Charity getting drunk and manipulates her into revealing all of the details of Debbie's revenge plan.

Charity is left full of self-loathing and suggests to Al that they head upstairs.

Al decides to go along with it, full of determination to make Debbie pay.

Will Charity be left down and out at rock bottom?

Emmerdale airs weekdays at 7pm, with an extra episode at 8pm on Thursdays, on ITV

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