Emmerdale fans are convinced Noah Dingle will sexually assault Chloe Harris and put the blame on Nate Robinson.
Fans of the ITV soap are aware that Noah has been stalking Chloe for weeks.
His possessive behaviour is finally exposed in upcoming scenes.
As well as installing a tracker on Chloe’s phone, Noah has recently got his bands on a drone and has been watching Chloe via her bedroom window.
Chloe has no idea of what Noah is up to and the young girl agrees to spend the day with Noah next week as she tries to get over Nate.
However, things take a turn when Chloe finds her lost house keys in Noah's house and decides to confront him about it.
He lies through his teeth, but Chloe starts to panic, realising what he’s been up to.
With Noah out of the house, Chloe roots through his laptop and is astonished to find a folder full of evidence that proves the teen has been stalking her for weeks.
With Chloe wanting to escape, just how far will Noah go?
Some viewers have taken to social media to predict that Nate will be blamed for Noah's actions.
Taking to Twitter, one fan penned: "I've just got this horrible feeling that Noah is going to sexually assault Chloe and then he'll blame it on Nate."
Another added: "I like Chloe & Nate… But I know it's doomed."
A third person posted: "You can just see Noah committing a sexual assault on Chloe."
While a fourth social media user said: "Noah is a creep."
Jack Downham, who plays Noah, has recently opened up about his character's future.
He said: "Right now, I don’t think there’s anywhere back [for Noah.
"Unless he has a few serious conversations with people about mindset and the way you just think about women and the way you you’re allowed to act around them.
"It’s been really different to play a totally different side to Noah, maybe more the Tate side.
"He has the background for it as well, he has motives for it and you can see why these things have happened to him."
There is an epic showdown between Noah and Chloe in upcoming scenes and someone walks in and watches the horror unfolding.
Will they be able to stop it or is it too late?
Emmerdale airs weekdays on ITV at 7.30pm
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