Coronation Street's Tyrone Dobbs visited by police over shock death

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Coronation Street's Tyrone Dobbs receives shocking news next week as he discovers that Kirsty Soames has died.

Kirsty, played by Natalie Gumede, was a Corrie regular between 2011 and 2013.

Next week's episodes see Tyrone (Alan Halsall) informed of Kirsty's passing after another week of tension with his ex-partner Fiz Stape.

Fiz (Jennie McAlpine) is struggling to forgive Tyrone for walking out on her and setting up home with Alina Pop. She's also growing highly amused at the early signs of trouble due to the age difference between Tyrone and Alina (Ruxandra Porojnicu).

Photo credit: ITV
Photo credit: ITV

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In upcoming episodes, Alina generously buys Tyrone a motorbike, but he fails to pass his motorbike test.

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Fiz is highly entertained by this and can't resist mocking Tyrone, but he reveals that he has booked them a mediation session so they can get back on better terms.

Fiz continues to have her say as she discovers that Tyrone has a new 'T&A' tattoo. She claims that it's yet more evidence of his mid-life crisis.

Photo credit: ITV
Photo credit: ITV

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Later on, Tyrone is shaken to find a police officer at the door.

Tyrone is told that Kirsty has passed away. The aftermath sees him turn back to Fiz for support, as they need to break the news to Ruby that her biological mum has died.

Kirsty's time on the cobbles saw her abuse Tyrone with violent outbursts throughout their relationship.

The domestic abuse story came to an end in 2013 when Kirsty confessed to her crimes and was sent to prison, but she was released from jail the following year.

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Coronation Street airs these scenes on the ITV Hub from Monday, June 21. The episode airs on ITV on Friday, June 25 at 9pm.

Organisations including The Mankind Initiative (www.mankind.org.uk) provide support and advice to male victims and survivors of domestic abuse, domestic violence and coercive control. Its confidential helpline, open weekdays between 10am and 4pm, is 01823 334244.

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