Two Corrie endings for Tyrone's abuse storyline

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 12 February 2013
Tyrone in custody

Tyrone in custody

Tyrone Dobbs' domestic abuse storyline could end in two ways after 'Coronation Street' bosses filmed scenes showing the wrongly accused mechanic being found guilty and being freed

'Coronation Street' bosses have filmed two endings to Tyrone Dobbs' domestic abuse storyline.

The mechanic's life has been made a misery by his now ex-fiancée Kirsty Soames, as she repeatedly beat and bullied him and then told police he had been hitting her after she fell down a flight of stairs on their disastrous wedding day.

Tyrone - played by Alan Halsall - has been an emotional wreck after his neighbours and friends turned their backs on him and he even resorted to snatching his daughter Ruby after Kirsty (Natalie Gumede) refused to let him see her, a decision which sees him arrested and in court accused of being an abusive partner.

'Corrie' fans have launched a 'Free Tyrone' campaign and are desperate to see cruel ex-cop Kirsty finally get her comeuppance.

In scenes filmed on location outside a fake Weatherfield Crown Court Kirsty is seen being led away by officers in handcuffs as Tyrone is embraced by friend Hayley Cropper (Julie Hesmondhalgh).

But in other scenes it is Tyrone who is looking despondent in cuffs

as his girlfriend Fiz (Jennie McAlpine) screams abuse at heartless Kirsty before the pair are separated.


1. Angiebabe13 Feb 2013, 7:58pm Report

I've stopped watching til someone comes to their senses and ends the ridiculous Tyrone abuse story line. The Kirsty character, appearing to be getting away with abuse is sending a completely wrong message to all who are currently suffering in an abusive relationship. Have sense producers and use the sensible and correct story ending and soon - this is the only ending Corrie fans will accept. Also Tyrones friends and neighbours would not have turned against him so readily - another ridiculous part of this pathetic story

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