Coronation Street spoilers: Alya Nazir reveals key to Yasmeen’s freedom in clue you missed

Coronation Street resident Yasmeen Nazir (played by Shelley King) has been torn down by her horrible partner Geoff Metcalfe (Ian Bartholemew) in recent months as he has continued to make her life a living hell and cut her off from her friends and family. ITV viewers cheered as she hit back but with smooth-talking Geoff trying to present his wife as the abuser, could her granddaughter Alya’s (Sair Khan) admission last night be the thing to prove her grandmother’s innocence? 

Geoff has been controlling Yasmeen for months but things took a turn for the worse late last year after he tricked her into marrying him. 

The pair’s respective families were left shocked by the revelation but it’s only led to Geoff’s behaviour becoming more sickening. 

From forcing Yasmeen to eat her beloved pet chicken, Charlotte Bronte to later making her eat her food off the floor after Geoff was dissatisfied with the meal she had cooked him, his abuse has known no end this year. 

Earlier this month, Yasmeen was left heartbroken after discovering she had been diagnosed with chlamydia and it didn’t take long for her husband to point the blame at her. 


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Yasmeen insisted it couldn’t have been her as she had only ever been with Geoff and one other man – her ex-husband Sharif (Marc Anwar). 

However, it later transpired it was indeed Geoff who had given her the STI after he confessed to sleeping with multiple escorts as he taunted his wife. 

After an evening spent being embarrassed by her husband, it finally took its toll on a helpless Yasmeen and she stabbed him with a broken wine bottle.

Geoff was left for dead after Yasmeen believed she had killed her husband and frantically called the police after her actions. 

This week has seen the Speed Daal owner ruthlessly questioned by police but there could be a way out after her previous visit to the police about her husband. 

Last night, her granddaughter Alya Nazir (Sair Khan), who has fought her corner and encouraged her to leave Geoff, probed the police about Yasmeen. 

Viewers will remember how Alya visited the police with friend Toyah Battersby (Georgie Taylor) to seek information about Geoff’s possible history of violence. 

Last night, the topic came up again as Alya visited the hospital Geoff had been admitted to – will this mark his downfall?

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A distraught Alya told DS Abney (Fiona Skinner): “I came to talk to you about this before, I requested information about him under Clare’s Law.

“This isn’t just me kicking off,” she noted, however, the police officer was dismissive of Alya, telling her they would talk to her separately. 

She added: “We want to get to the bottom of this just as much as you do,” with Sally Metcalfe (Sally Dynevor) overhearing the conversation – could the pair team up to save Yasmeen?

Many fans also believe this could be the lifeline Yasmeen will desperately need to get her out of a lengthy prison sentence which could loom.

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One wrote: “Did Alya just try to bring up the Clare’s Law business? #Corrie.”

Another added: “Wondering when it’ll come out that Yasmeen spoke to the cops about Clare’s Law? Wouldn’t it have been on the police system?”

A third asked: “Do the police not do background checks on both Yasmeen and Geoff? Literally a few weeks ago she was in contact with Clare’s Law? HELLO? #corrie.”

“Surely there’s a record of Alya and Yasmeen contacting the police via Clare’s Law #corrie,” agreed another.

Will Alya have saved her grandmother by her earlier intervention or will it not be enough to save Yasmeen from behind bars? 

If you have been affected by Yasmeen’s storyline, visit Women’s Aid here or ring the National Domestic Abuse Helpline on 0808 2000 247.

Coronation Street airs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7:30pm on ITV

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