YASMEEN Nazir finally becomes free of her late husband Geoff Metcalfe’s control as she finds a way to pay off his debts.
The chef – who is played by actress Shelley King in the ITV soap – was abused by Geoff in a controversial and harrowing coercive control storyline last year.
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Alya reveals that the bank has agreed to repossess the community centre[/caption]
The plot came to an epic conclusion in December as Geoff tumbled off a roof while chasing Yasmeen – and fell to his death.
However, it soon became clear that Yasmeen’s nightmare was far from over as she realised Geoff had left her up to her eyeballs in debt.
Next week, Alya reveals that the bank has agreed to repossess the community centre, meaning Yasmeen can pay off her debts.
Corrie viewers know that controlling Geoff forced Yasmeen to take out a number of huge loans for him ahead of his death.
Yasmeen realises she’ll finally be free from Geoff’s control now she can pay off his debts[/caption]
Yasmeen suffered panic attacks after the death of her abuser Geoff[/caption]
Yasmeen reached breaking point when she received a County Court Judgement, growing convinced she’d be sent back to prison.
When Tim called at Speed Daal with the paperwork for the transfer of Geoff’s assets, Yasmeen suffered a panic attack.
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Yasmeen insisted to Tim and Alya that she didn’t want Speed Daal or her house as she’d be back in prison soon anyway – and ran off.
Things only got worse as Yasmeen locked herself in her house, clutching her chest and falling to the floor as she struggled to breathe.
Alya followed and began banging loudly on the door when she realised Yasmeen had locked it, begging her grandmother to let her in.
Later, in hospital, Alya and Elaine looked at Yasmeen in her hospital bed and feared she’d never recover from her abuse ordeal.