Tim Metcalfe turns against wife Sally tonight after believing Gina’s nasty lies on Corrie tonight.
Sally’s sister will manipulate the situation in her favour as she gets her claws into Tim.
Earlier this week, viewers were in uproar after innocent Sally was found guilty of fraud, money laundering and bribery in perhaps the most unfair soap trial since Deirdre Barlow’s.
But after listening to Gina telling him that she thinks Sally did have an affair, Tim becomes convinced of the same.
Sally is left utterly devastated when she realises her husband doesn’t believe her.
Tim turns against Sally
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But Gina isn’t finished and continues to plant seeds of doubt in his head.
However it all gets a bit much for Gina as she tells Tim that she is moving out, but he tells her to stay.
On Monday, the former major of Weatherfield, played by Sally Dynevor, collapsed once the verdict was read out.
"No, no, no," her shocked husband Tim was heard muttering.
Sally’s daughter Sophie was seen crying as the judge told her that she would be taken back to jail while he considered her sentence.
Sally was in tears as she cried out: "I didn’t do it, I didn’t do it."
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Both Gina and Sophie held their hands to their mouths as Tim stared on in shock.
And fans were seething with rage and flocked to Twitter to express their outrage.
One tweeted: "What!!!!!!!!"
While another commented: "Nooooooooooo!! Sally can’t go down. She didn’t do it!!"
A third wrote: "I’m crying here why have they sent sally down #corrie."
Another seethed: "Omg Sally has been sent to prison for a crime she did not do."
"FREE SALLY," another demanded.
This comes after Sally’s passionate plea about her innocence.
She told the jury: "I have never stolen any money. I have never had an affair. I love my husband. I would never cheat on him. He is everything to me!"
*Coronation Street airs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7.30pm and 8.30pm on ITV