Emmerdale’s latest villain DI Malone (Mark Womack), has coerced poor Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley), Will Taylor (Dean Andrews) and his son Billy (Jay Kontzle) into doing his dodgy dealings for him, while he holds damning evidence against them. In recent episodes, the corrupt police officer demanded that Cain and Billy get rid of a car for him, but they had other plans.
After finding blood inside the 4×4, the two devised a plan to keep it hidden as leverage against Malone.
But after filling Will in on their plan to take him down, the terrified mechanic betrays them and spills all to the detective.
Has Cain finally had enough?
He makes it clear that Will’s now signed his own death warrant.
In an interview with Digital Spy, Jeff who plays Cain in the ITV soap, explained that Will continues to ruin his plans to rid the trio of Malone.
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Aaron is still reeling from the loss of his husband Robert Sugden (Ryan Hawley), who was jailed for life for the murder of Luke’s brother Lee Posner (Kris Mochrie), who raped Victoria last year.
A messy circle of romance, but Max said the idea of a love triangle would be “fun”.
“But I think what the fans want to see is very, very different, and I see a lot of things online with people who are NO and then some with YES,” he added.
“I just think that at the minute Luke has only got eyes for Victoria and I think a lot of time in episodes in soaps people that hate each other and have a feud, people are always going to speculate about whether they actually like each other and stuff. But I don’t think so.”