Coronation Street resident Toyah Habeeb (Georgia Taylor) will find out if she'll be heading to prison following the death of her husband Imran Habeeb next week.
Abi Webster (Sally Carman) asks Toyah if she’d like to have Alfie for a couple of hours ahead of her trial.
An emotional Toyah cries over Alfie’s pram, telling him how sorry she is for taking his daddy away.
READ MORE: Corrie's Georgia Taylor spills dark Toyah car crash secret as truth about Imran exposed
Back at home Leanne Battersby (Jane Danson) walks in to hear Toyah confessing to Spider Nugent (Mark Hancock) that she lied to the police, crashed the car on purpose and intended to kill her husband.
As both Spider and Leanne reel, what will they do with Toyah’s confession?
As they head to court later in the week, Toyah’s a bag of nerves and Leanne begs her not to say something she’ll regret and let her solicitor do the talking.
As the prosecution barrister paints her as a murderer, Adam Barlow (Sam Robertson) and Kelly Neelan (Millie Gibson) are called as witnesses.
Next, Imran's mum Saira Habeeb (Kim Vithana) tells the court how she saw Toyah kissing Spider and suspects she was having an affair behind Imran’s back and killed him on purpose.
Leanne does her best to defend her sister but as Toyah listens, awash with guilt, she decides she has to take the stand.
In the court, the jury delivers their verdict.
Spider announces he intends to stick around and meets up with DS Swain to discuss his job.
Viewers of the ITV soap were horrified when Toyah and Imran were involved in a car crash earlier this year,
It seemingly came after the solicitor confessed to lying about Abi in order to get custody of their surprise son, Alfie.
While it was Imran who saved his wife from the wreckage of the car which ploughed into the scaffolding-clad building, he later collapsed and died at the scene from a cardiac arrest.
Despite thinking prison scenes will be fun, Georgia does have some better hopes for her character’s future.
When recently asked if she'd like to see Toyah over her latest drama and adopt or foster as a single parent, the soap star said: “I think so. I think it’s definitely an option for her and I love that side of her.
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"The argument against that is that I’ve always said, we have a responsibility in reflecting all aspects of society – to show a childless woman and to show a childless woman can be happy.
"That’s something I feel quite strongly about myself so it might be that she finds fulfilment and joy in something else."
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