Coronation Street reveals mystery donor in Abi Franklin storyline

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Coronation Street has revealed the mystery donor in Abi Franklin's ongoing custody storyline.

Abi was surprised to find out that her mounting legal fees over her fight against Imran and Toyah were paid off last week, giving her renewed hope that she will finally gain the upper hand on Imran someday.

Photo credit: ITV
Photo credit: ITV

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The mystery was solved to kick off the week in Coronation Street on Monday (May 9) when Kelly visited Abi in Seb's memorial garden to confess she'd been the donor who had come to Abi's aid.

Abi was stunned by the news, especially given Kelly's close bond with Imran and Toyah. Abi opened up about how Imran paid Ben to lie in court about her buying drugs, leaving Kelly shocked and offering to intervene.

Kelly later approached Imran to encourage him to look into Ben's version of events, since Abi swore to her she hadn't bought drugs.

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Photo credit: ITV

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Imran promised he'd review the evidence, but warned Kelly to not believe what Abi is saying and then urged her to change the subject as Toyah arrived. With Kelly out of the way, Imran pressed forward by telling Toyah they were baby Alfie's "forever family".

Even though Toyah worried she looked like a "child snatcher" for getting involved in the custody case, Imran insisted she was right to be a part of the baby's life.

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