Coronation Street's Asha steps up her plan to bring down Corey

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Coronation Street teen Asha Alahan steps up her attempts to regain the trust of Corey Brent next week.

Asha (Tanisha Gorey) is pretending to still be on Corey's side after his involvement in the hate crime that killed Seb Franklin.

Viewers recently saw the schoolgirl confide in her twin brother Aadi about how she hoped to trick Corey into a confession. Aadi agreed to keep this a secret, but worried about how dangerous the plan was.

Next week, Asha becomes more determined than ever to help bring Corey to justice after witnessing an upsetting moment for Nina Lucas (Mollie Gallagher).

Photo credit: ITV
Photo credit: ITV

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When George Shuttleworth reveals that Seb's funeral will be taking place the following day, Nina is hurt to realise that Abi has deliberately kept it from her.

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It's clear that Abi doesn't want Nina at the service, still unfairly blaming her after Corey and the other thugs targeted her and Seb over Nina's appearance.

Asha feels sorry for Nina, so decides to meet up with Corey to see if she can get the ball rolling with her plan.

Even though she now despises him, Asha makes out to Corey that she misses him.

Photo credit: ITV
Photo credit: ITV

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Corey suggests that they should spend the afternoon alone in the empty flat, but Asha insists that she's not ready to reunite with him just yet.

Asha lies that she hopes they can be together one day, but for now, they're better off as friends.

With sleazy Corey clearly unimpressed by this, could he start to lose interest in Asha and jeopardise her plan?

Coronation Street airs these scenes on Friday, May 28 at 7.30pm on ITV.

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Anyone who has witnessed or experienced a hate crime is urged to call the police on 101, Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or visit the True Vision website. In an emergency, always dial 999.

Coronation Street has worked on the current storyline alongside The Sophie Lancaster Foundation, which was set up to challenge prejudices and intolerance towards people from alternative subcultures, and extend UK hate crime legislation, following the murder of Sophie Lancaster in 2007.

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