KELLY Neelan sparks vile hate crime attack on Nina Lucas and Seb Franklin next week in Coronation Street – in an attempt to impress thug Corey Brent.
The teenager – who is played by Millie Gibson in the ITV soap – has been flirting with Corey behind his girlfriend Asha’s back.
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But next week Kelly takes things too far as she accompanies Corey and his gang to some wasteland in the middle of nowhere to booze and listen to music.
When Asha is told the car they arrived in was stolen, she clashes with Corey and ends up leaving.
Meanwhile, Nina and Seb walk along the canal and are horrified to bump into the gang.
When Eli and Corey start making jibes at Seb and Nina, Summer is horrified and heads home.
Kelly, meanwhile, gets stuck in and ends up slapping Nina across the face.
As Seb and Nina try to get away, the gang run after them and attack the pair.
Later, the police interrupt the Abi's Hen party and break the devastating news that Nina and Seb have been attacked – and that they’re fighting for their lives in hospital.
In the hospital, the nurse explains to Roy that Nina sustained several blows and is currently undergoing an operation.
Abi is horrified when she takes in the extent of Seb’s injuries and asks Kevin to cancel their wedding, telling Seb she loves him as he’s wheeled away for his scan.
Later, Nina regains consciousness and tells Roy and Abi that, although she can remember seeing Corey and his mates, she can’t remember the attack.
Will Kelly and Corey get away with the attack?
Coronation Street has revealed the attack will be reminiscent of the real world attack on Sophie Lancaster in 2007, who was murdered by a gang of thugs while walking through a Lancashire park with her boyfriend.
She died from her injuries from the unprovoked attack 13 days later in hospital, aged 20.
Coronation Street has been working with The Sophie Lancaster Foundation and Sophie’s mum, Dr Sylvia Lancaster OBE on the storyline.
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