Coronation Street fans convinced Geoff has deleted the evidence he abused Yasmeen – while she rots in prison – The Sun

CORONATION Street fans are convinced Geoff Metcalfe has deleted the secret camera footage that proves Yasmeen's innocence.

The sick abuser – who is played by actor Ian Bartholomew in the ITV soap – installed a secret camera in the house to further his control of Yasmeen, but it caught him threatening to kill her in the seconds before she stabbed him in self-defence.

Viewers have been waiting for the cameras to be discovered and for Geoff to be exposed but it still hasn't happened.

And now they fear he has already deleted the footage after being shown able to watch them on his phone.

Writing on Reddit, one said: "I want to have faith in the police investigation but if the cameras are simply streaming or if there are only certain clips/triggers that are recording and Geoff had been deleting all of it, then there is potentially no evidence except the final confrontation, since he presumably could not have deleted that from his hospital bed.

"Unless it was never recorded at all (streaming), or there is an automated file delete after a certain amount of time. The clip that was on the phone may (or may not?) still exist.

"So, I have been on tenterhooks thinking that Geoff has plenty of time to delete everything if Alya or the police don't find the camera and the police don't pay much attention to his cloud accounts."

Fans have been desperate for the storyline to end and for Yasmeen to be freed from prison where she's being held under charge of attempted murder.

But Corrie boss Iain MacLeod recently told The Sun Online that the storyline is set to run until Christmas at least.

He said: "The timelines have been shunted due to the lockdown but I think it's fair to imagine that it will be this year.

"What form that comeuppance is is in discussion. We wanted a redemptive ending for Yasmeen obviously and the toughest it's going to get for her is over the next months.

"It's towards the end of the year but the key thing is to impart the right message. For the sake of the people it has impacted we have to tell the right ending with some positivity."

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