Emmerdale star Jeff Hordley discusses Noah being caught out

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Emmerdale spoilers follow.

Emmerdale star Jeff Hordley has predicted that his character Cain Dingle will stand by Noah after his disturbing behaviour is exposed.

Noah has spent the past few days secretly stalking his ex-girlfriend Chloe Harris, as well as framing Jacob Gallagher for the creepy behaviour.

In next week's episodes, Chloe realises that Noah is the real culprit, leading to a frightening encounter.

Noah tries to trap Chloe inside his house, but he'll have some explaining to do when his mum Charity walks in and sees what he's doing.

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Related: Emmerdale star Jeff Hordley explains Cain's fury in Faith storyline

Speaking to Digital Spy and other media about Cain's potential involvement in the story, Jeff explained: "Cain would try to help as best he can, and try to make Noah see the error of his ways.

"Cain has always had a bit of a soft spot for Noah. It's a bit like with Cain and Faith, really. Noah has not had the best mother in his life."

The Noah situation could also risk worsening the ongoing feud between Cain and Al Chapman.

As Al has a link with Chloe through his relationship with Kerry Wyatt, he gets involved in the aftermath and confronts Noah.

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Related: Emmerdale star Jeff Hordley confirms life-or-death scenes for Cain Dingle

Predicting that Cain won't be happy, Jeff added: "This is a red rag to a bull, isn't it? Al is the wrong person to get involved in the situation.

"But obviously, Al's connected to Kerry, and Kerry's connected to Chloe. The connection all makes sense. But Al is the wrong person to try to stick up for Chloe – or to go for Noah."

Jack Downham, who plays Noah, recently admitted that he isn't sure whether his character can be redeemed after his unacceptable behaviour.

He said: "Right now, I don't think there's any way back unless he gets serious help and has a serious few conversations with people about his mindset, about the way you think about women, and the way you should act around women."

Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7.30pm on ITV and streams on the ITV Hub.

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