It is a known fact that some viewers will find it difficult to tell an actor from the character they are portraying when they watch a soap opera. Charlotte Jordan, who plays Daisy Midgeley, is well-versed in this.
Ryan (Ryan Prescott), who was attacked with acid by Justin (Andrew Still), and Daisy had grown close after the trial involving Justin’s surveillance of her.
Their affections for each other have developed as a result of the catfishing, in which Daisy pretended to be Ryan’s potential love interest, Crystal, and in Monday’s (June 19) episode of the ITV soap, they enjoyed another kiss.
As a result, Daisy is putting her relationship with Daniel (Rob Mallard) at jeopardy, and Charlotte Jordan has decided to take a break from social media before her character’s next move is met with criticism from the public.
She told the Daily Star, “I think there might be some trouble up ahead!”
People are going to come after her on social media, but it’s not my fault; they force me to do it, so I think I’m going to stay away from it.
They despise me, but that’s okay, said Charlotte.
One of the things that initially drew me to her was that I believe I quickly realised that she would always be a really polarising character.
As soon as you decide to play someone like that, you already know that things won’t go smoothly for you on hostile social media sites like Twitter.
Simply put, “I just tend to tune out and keep working.”
Ryan will discover the truth about Daisy’s catfishing in upcoming episodes after Max (Paddy Bever) informed him that he was aware of the voicemail Daisy had sent to Crystal’s phone, which was actually Daisy’s second one.
Ryan will confront Daisy about her attitude, and Charlotte Jordan predicted that Daisy will be “devastated” by the encounter.
Daisy is distraught since she doesn’t know what to say. She knows she did everything wrong and can only attempt to defend her actions by pointing out the good intentions behind them. She is fully aware that what she did was wrong, and she is also aware that lying about it was wrong, but these were her choices, and she must now accept the consequences.
Ryan’s response is absolutely justified, and she is to blame for it! She gets herself into these predicaments by lying and being dishonest.