Corrie Coreys downfall exposed by fans as dad Stefan hands him over to police

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Coronation Street fans are certain they've figured out how villain Corey Brent will meet his downfall on the cobbles.

Viewers were left fuming last week as Corey was found not guilty of Seb Franklin's murder after a lengthy trial – with a whopping 137 people complaining to broadcasting watchdog Ofcom about the verdict.

Corey's dad Stefan was by his side for the trial, calling in character witnesses including Weatherfield County footie player Tommy Orpington to help his defence.

It seemed he had even conducted some dodgy deals to protect his son and send Kelly Neelan down in his place – which turned out to be a successful attempt.

But now fans are certain Stefan could discover a conscience and hand his son over to the police to reopen the case, in what would prove a huge soap twist.

Taking to Facebook, one fan wondered: "Just a thought, Corey might actually begin to feel guilty and then confess about everything – or it will get too much for his dad and dad dobs him in!"

"Justice does get served in the end!" another predicted.

Someone else theorised: "Or Eli will feel remorse for lying [at the trial]!"

However, others weren't so sold, as they argued Stefan and Corey felt no remorse over the hate crime at all.

One posted: "No that’s not going to happen, proven by his callous gesture at Abi, the mother of his victim.

"His cockiness will be his downfall in my opinion. I think he will show his true colours by another act of violence, he is despicable."

Someone else pointed out: "If his dad dobs him in he will also dob himself in for bribing the witnesses and jury."

"The way Corey was acting after verdict he didn't give a damn, even when he finds out Kelly tried to kill herself Corey still wouldn't care less unless his father admits he covered for him!" someone else said.

And another fan said: "Nope sorry he is evil to the core, he feels nothing – it’s someone telling truth like his friends or him boasting he got away with it but he’ll never feel guilty!"

Fans were left furious by the trial verdict last week, with the controversial resolution to the case attracting more than 100 Ofcom complaints.

The judge asked during the trial: "Can I ask you Madam Foreman have you reached a verdict upon which you are all agreed?"

The foreman replied: "We have".

"On the count of murder contained in count one, do you find the defendant Kelly Neelan guilty or not guilty?", asked the judge.

Abi then received a text revealing that Kelly had been found guilty.

However, Corey got off scot-free as he could be seen bragging to his father about being found not guilty.

And many fans are certain that his arrogance will lead to his downfall.

Coronation Street airs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays on ITV.

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