New Emmerdale episodes are about to prove that Charles Anderson’s (Kevin Mathurin) father Victor (Eddie Osei) is not a good guy.
Since Victor has been determined to re-enter his son’s life, tensions between Charles and Victor have been growing in recent scenes. Now, when Victor receives his just desserts, everything will come to a severe head.
Due to his turbulent connection with his father as a child, Charles has been struggling with his return.
He has made an effort to continue being the excellent Christian that he is, in large part due to Manpreet Sharma’s (Rebecca Sarker) encouragement, but after witnessing his father deceive his mother, he is struggling with his unchristian tendencies.
Victor is nothing but arrogant about Claudette and Victor’s complete reconnection, which outrages Charles. He parades his authority in front of Charles to demonstrate his confidence in himself. When he confronts his father about sneaking back in, things become ugly when the two start fighting.
Who, though, loses more?
Charles is caught by Claudette (Flo Wilson) hitting his father, and she gives him a nice motherly smack.
Manpreet is now arranging the trade and grudgingly returning the family treasure jewellery to Jai Sharma (Chris Bisson).
Jai urges her to talk with Charles, but when she does, everything goes wrong: not only does their conversation result in a fight, but Charles also finds out Victor was listening in. Later, as Victor prods him, Charles decides that he must get rid of his father.
The following day, just as Jai is about to pick up the jewellery, Charles begs Manpreet to give him another opportunity. The treasured heirloom is lost, which is a sad finding.
Manpreet suspects Victor right away, which Claudette finds unbelievable.
But when she discovers the jewellery in Victor’s pocket, she is speechless. He actually IS the person Charles thought he was.
Victor panics as he is forced into a corner and runs as Manpreet phones the police. He’s being pursued by the cops, but he’s not going down without a fight. How will this awful confrontation end?
Flo Wilson remarked, “I think her heart’s crushed,” while describing Claudette’s realisation that Victor had the necklace.
She is aware of his illness and had hoped that today would be their only opportunity to simply be together. She is shocked that he has ruined their relationship once more for such a silly mistake.
He wants her to trust him when he says he didn’t take it. She is unable to listen to him since she has experienced such situations in the past several times.
The gist of what she says is, “I don’t want to see you. I don’t want to look at you or hear from you. He exits the home because he is unhappy.
She is feeling sorry for herself since she failed to listen to Charles when she should have. She feels even more foolish.