Watch: Coronation Street Soap Scoop! Corey's shock accident
Coronation Street spoilers follow.
Coronation Street airs a life-or-death drama for killer Corey Brent in next week's dramatic 9pm episodes.
Corey (Maximus Evans) falls down the stairs at the Victoria Court flats after his ex-girlfriend Asha Alahan drugs him.
Viewers know that Asha (Tanisha Gorey) is determined to uncover the truth over what really happened on the night that Seb Franklin and Nina Lucas were brutally attacked.
Next week, Asha teams up with Seb's mum Abi (Sally Carman) after the funeral.
Abi meets up with a dealer and buys some drugs, before passing them onto Asha. Asha then meets up with Corey in the flat they briefly shared together.
Asha tells Corey that she believes he's innocent and wants to spend the night with him, but her true intentions become clear as she secretly spikes his drink.
Once Corey loses consciousness, Asha takes the opportunity to search through his phone, hoping to find some crucial evidence.
Unfortunately, Corey stirs much quicker than expected and begins staggering around the flat in a suspicious and disorientated state.
Abi soon arrives at the flat to check on things and she brings along Nina, having filled her in on everything that's going on.
Corey tries to barge past the three women, but loses his balance and falls down the stairs.
As they stare down at Corey's lifeless body, Asha, Nina and Abi are left with a big decision to make.
Do they call an ambulance for Corey, or leave him for dead so that he finally pays for what he did?
Coronation Street airs these scenes on Thursday, June 3 and Friday, June 4 at 9pm on ITV.
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