Corrie's Toyah makes shock accusation over Ken's attack

Daniel Kilkelly
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From Digital Spy

Coronation Street's Peter Barlow feels badly betrayed by his own girlfriend later this month when Toyah Battersby accuses him of being the 'Who Pushed Ken?' culprit.

Suspicion has been rife in Weatherfield ever since Ken was shoved down the stairs by a mystery attacker, with Peter still one of the key suspects in the case.

Although police attention has been firmly focused on Adam, Tracy and Amy in recent weeks, it seems that Peter isn't completely in the clear as even Toyah still suspects him.

Fortnightly soap magazines have revealed that a huge row between the couple kicks off in a couple of weeks' time when Peter finds out that Toyah has gone behind his back by proceeding with their IVF treatment as scheduled.

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Toyah recently ignored Peter's wishes to put the IVF on hold and had the embryos implanted in secret, deciding to keep it all to herself.

Once Peter knows the truth later this month, he's quick to confront Toyah for going behind his back – but the row soon turns nastier than the couple could have ever imagined.

With her strong-willed Battersby spirit showing, Toyah lets rip by telling Peter that she reckons he was the one who attacked Ken.

Twisting the knife in further, Toyah also admits that she reckons Peter's stalker Chloe could be telling the truth about being attacked by him too.

Can Peter and Toyah's relationship survive such an obvious lack of trust between them?

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