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This past week has been a roller coaster of emotions for the Goskirk/Dingle family as it was revealed Cathy Hope (Gabrielle Dowling) had been the one trolling April Windsor (Amelia Flanagan). With the news splitting the family apart, there could be a chance Marlon Dingle (Mark Charnock) will leave Rhona Goskirk (Zoe Henry) to focus on his daughter.
After April’s confided in Rhona about the trolling, Rhona was filled with rage and anger and immediately went out to look for Cathy to confront her.
When spotting Cathy and shouting at her from across the street, Rhona runs after her, bumping into her mum Brenda Walker (Lesley Dunlop) and father Bob Hope (Tony Audenshaw).
As Rhona explains to Brenda what had happened, Brenda denied the allegations and simply said that her daughter was not capable of something like that.
With Rhona furious at Cathy, she reaches for her arm but instead ends up getting into a fight with Brenda who was protecting her daughter.
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The two mothers end up having a fight in the middle of the street with Bob trying to break them up, however his efforts didn’t help, and Brenda was soon pushed to the floor.
Marlon soon finds out about the news and the altercation between Rhona and Brenda after the police arrive at their home.
Speaking to the press including Express.co.uk actors Mark Charnock and Zoe Henry gave their opinions on what this news will do to their family.
After being asked how Rhona handled the situation, Zoe explained: “Probably not in the best way, I think what makes her so angry is that April is so close to Cathy and it’s one of disbelief.
“As far as Rhona is concerned this is her little girl [and] Cathy has been so awful to her, and she probably feels a bit stupid not seeing that it’s been going on right in front of Marlon and Rhona’s eyes and they’ve missed it.”
Speaking about how they were all blindsided by Cathy’s revelation, Zoe explained: “Yeah, I don’t think anybody can believe that somebody could behave so appallingly I mean it is extreme what Cathy’s done.
“I think both Marlon and Rhona find it very hard and of course she’s a close family member its that’s classic within your own walls that it’s happened, and I think that’s what’s so shocking as well.”
The pair spoke about their working relationship together, with Zoe revealing: “It keeps you on your toes but that familiarity I just think makes things really fizz and buzz really quickly.”
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Mark agreed adding: “I think what’s great about that level of familiarity is that being friends offset too I think the audience picks up on that chemistry.”
For weeks April has been subjected to vicious messages on her social media, with no idea as to who’s behind the accounts.
In recent episodes, it was revealed that Cathy has been the one trolling April online and sending her abusive messages.
With her guilt increasing, Cathy tried to comfort a distraught April who was getting bombarded with more messages after her number was leaked online.
Being the caring friend she is, April tells Cathy to stay away with worries she would be the trolls next target, leaving Cathy feeling terrible.
After skipping school with her brother Heath Hope (Sebastian Dowling), Cathy met up with April and shocked her when she revealed the truth.
Furious with what she had just heard, April stormed off leaving Cathy to sit and think about what she had done, feeling fearful of the consequences.
After finally telling Rhona what has been happening and that Cathy had admitted to being the troll, she furiously searches for Cathy to confront her.
Meanwhile, Marlon is oblivious to everything that is happening as Rhona takes matters into her own hands and seemingly causes more chaos than intended.
Will the news of Cathy’s betrayal break down their family even more?
Will Marlon be able to forgive Rhona for her thoughtless actions, or will he leave her to focus on mending April’s mental health?
Emmerdale airs weekdays at 7pm on ITV.
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