Emmerdale fans fear heartbreaking suicide as Charity is disowned by Dingle clan

Emmerdale fans are fearing the worst for Charity Dingle (Emma Atkins) after she was disowned by her family and forced out of the Woolpack.

Things have been going from bad to worse for the down and out character, who has seen her love life crumble and her children turn against her in recent months.

But on Friday night's episode, former partner in crime and best pal Chas Dingle (Lucy Pargeter) forced her out of the Woolpack.

She told Charity that Marlon Dingle (Mark Charnock) would be buying out her share of the pub, leaving Charity with nowhere to go.

Now, Emmerdale fans have been left seriously concerned for Charity, speculating that a heartbreaking suicide storyline could be on the cards.

One said: "Wonder how the Dingles would feel if Charity did something stupid and tried to end it all? She has been told how worthless and hated she is, the Dingles are behaving like they haven't made a mistake."

Another tweeted: "Charity Dingle will end up committing suicide!"

A third wrote: "Nah I know Charity is a nightmare but honestly everyone getting on at her, be surprised if she isn't suicidal."

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And a fourth added: "If anything happens to Charity will the Dingles really be able to live with themselves after everything they've said and done to her, especially Chas?"

Someone else said: "Imagine if Charity tried to take her own life though. They'd be round her bedside then wouldn't they? A***holes!"

While a sixth went on: "Is Emmerdale pushing for Charity to attempt suicide? This is such an unhealthy storyline I can see an attempt."

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The same user added: "I'm in despair. Charity is no angel however it's borderline bullying."

Charity's own children have completely turned against her, while the rest of her family have disowned her too.

Debbie (Charley Webb) was disgusted with her mum after she revealed her revenge plan against Al Chapman (Michael Wildman) to him, which results in Debbie leaving the village.

And Charity put an end to son Noah's (Jack Downham) dreams of joining the army – however she was only looking out for his safety, as he has health issues.

Will Charity be able to make things right, or could this be the end for the fan-favourite character?

Emmerdale airs weekdays at 7pm, with an extra episode at 8pm on Thursdays, on ITV

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