Daisy Midgeley’s (Charlotte Jordan) nerves are tested once more in Coronation Street soon, as she sees her stalker, Justin (Andrew Still) with another bunch of flowers in his hand.
We know the flowers are pretty significant in this story, as Daisy’s entire ordeal began when Justin started sending her bouquets.
Despite making it clear to Justin that she isn’t interested in him and that she wants the flowers and other things he’s been sending her to stop, things only get worse after he starts to bombard Daisy’s phone with a string of texts. It’s all too much and she breaks down in Daniel (Rob Mallard)’s arms.
Daniel insists that they have to go to the police, and they show PC Scott the texts from Justin. The reaction isn’t what Daisy and Daniel hope for as they play it down and say that Justin hasn’t actually committed a crime.
Heading home, Daisy then spots Justin and, seeing red, grabs the flowers and destroys them.
Justin, convinced he’s just being kind, tries to calm Daisy down which only increases her anger – so she punches him in the face.
‘This is the first time Justin has touched Daisy and that’s really crossing yet another line for her’, Charlotte Jordan recently told us.
‘Even though she feels powerless and she’s got no control over the situation she can control who touches her in person. That’s the only thing she feels like she’s got any shred of control over.’
Justin then tells her that his mother has just died and the flowers were for her funeral, as he was on his way to see George (Tony Maudsley) – who has witnessed Daisy’s actions – to talk about the arrangements.
And as if that wasn’t enough, Daisy’s later asked to go to the police station because Justin has accused her of assault.
Coronation street airs these scenes Friday February 24 at 8pm on ITV1 and ITVX.
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