Watch: Coronation Street Soap Scoop! Nina wants revenge on Corey
Coronation Street spoilers follow.
Coronation Street killer Corey Brent is humiliated by Nina Lucas next week following the court's decision to release him on bail.
Corey (Maximus Evans) was recently charged with murder and GBH over the death of Seb Franklin and the brutal assault of Nina. However, he was allowed to go free until the trial after promising to stay away from Seb's loved ones on Coronation Street.
In next week's episodes, Nina (Mollie Gallagher) remains on a downward spiral as she's struggling to cope with her grief.
After being out all night, Nina turns up at the factory totally unprepared for an important meeting. As tensions run high, Nina tells Sarah Barlow (Tina O'Brien) to stick her job.
Nina then meets up with a much older guy called Hughie, after first crossing paths with him in town the night before.
Daisy Midgeley (Charlotte Jordan) is worried about Nina, who accepts an invitation to go back to Hughie's hotel. As Nina heads off, Daisy confides in Seb's mum Abi Franklin (Sally Carman) about how concerned she is.
Later, at the hotel bar, Nina is livid to spot Corey at a table with local footballing hero Tommy Orpington (Matt Milburn).
Tommy proudly shows off Corey's award for Best New Talent, in recognition of his footballing skills.
Nina heads over and tells Tommy that Corey kicked her boyfriend to death.
Tommy and Corey head to leave, but Nina isn't done yet. Spotting that they have left the award behind, she picks it up and follows them.
Will Nina take revenge for Seb?
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Coronation Street airs these scenes on the ITV Hub from Monday, June 14. The episode airs on ITV on Thursday, June 17 at 9pm.
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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