Corries Amy struggles after her rape ordeal as Aaron begs her to stay quiet

Coronation Street's Amy Barlow (Ellie Mulvaney) struggles to deal with her rape ordeal next week.

The youngster wakes up, hungover and with no memory of how she got into bed in upcoming scenes after spending the night with Aaron Sandford (James Craven).

In the garage, a hungover Aaron feels wretched.

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As the youngsters meet at Speed Daal for lunch, Aaron tells Amy that he’s struggling too, things went too far and they shouldn’t have slept together. Amy reels in shock at the enormity of his revelation.

Having made up with Summer Spellman (Harriet Bibby), Aaron catches up with Amy on the street and begs her to forget about their drunken sex.

When Amy asserts that she was far too drunk to consent, Aaron goes all out to convince Amy that she wanted sex as much as he did and they’re equally responsible for what happened but she knows he’s lying.

Having had an awful night’s sleep and missed her lecture, Steve McDonald (Simon Gregson) worries about Amy.

Unable to come up with an excuse, Amy agrees to meet Summer for a drink. But when she realises Aaron is there too and has invited a mate, she makes excuses and leaves.

When Summer reveals that she’s hoping to go to Manchester University to be near Aaron, Amy bristles and advises her to look further afield. Summer’s bemused.

Making out that he was as drunk as she was, Aaron begs Amy not to tell Summer that they slept together.

Working closely alongside The Schools Consent Project, Coronation Street producers hope Amy's storyline will allow more conversations on the subject matter to be had amongst families and friends.

Producer Iain MacLeod said: "Since we started discussing this storyline, I have been struck by the number of people who have put their hands up to say they’ve had a similar experience to Amy.

"This story will be hugely relatable and we hope it will prompt important discussions among our audience about issues around consent."

Coronation Street airs Monday, Wednesday and Friday on ITV1 and ITVX at 9pm

If you or somebody you know has been affected by this story, contact Victim Support for free, confidential advice on 08 08 16 89 111 or visit their website,


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