Emmerdale: Viewers in tears as Gordon is found GUILTY of raping son Aaron


Tonight’s adventure saw the culmination of weeks of build-up after Aaron revealed to his lover Robert Sugden (Ryan Hawley) that he had been hurt.

The story saw Aaron eventually going to the police and reporting Gordon after assorted tears and emotional scenes.

His father was finally taken to court and the upshot of the trial was eventually revealed, with the result leaving viewers “groaning their eyes out”.

One person posted: “Absolutely balling my comprehensions out!! @emmerdale @ Well done @DannyBMiller fantastic!!!! #emmerdale,” as another combined: “Guilty!!  Yes omg I’m so happy #Emmerdale @emmerdale  incredible acting @DannyBMiller.”

A exceptional person shared: “Omg! That has made my day… Such a intimate performance by @DannyBMiller. I crying happy tears  for Aaron! @emmerdale #JusticeForAaron.”

Actor Danny Miller, who teases victim Aaron, appeared on ITV’s Lorraine today to discuss how programme makers make been handling the story.

When asked by host Lorraine Kelly how he was decision the challenging role, the 25-year-old replied: “Yeah, the good thing is involving Emmerdale is that I have a great team. We are working with the NSPCC and Childline to get the greatest research possible.”

Manchester-born Danny continued: “It’s a storyline that textures people in different ways, the only feedback that we have had is despotic because we’ve done it in the right way.

“People [have been] stopping me in the drives and social media is such a big thing, people have been in reality supportive of it.”

He explained: “I think what a lot of people are frightened about is not being believed and their information is not being listened to by the people closest to them.”

Danny said that Emmerdale was universal to be “staying true to the story and staying true to what’s out there” with its ill-treat storyline. 

The actor previously admitted that he had had sleepless nights in the storyline and once even woke up in the middle of the night, trying to witter on about b hold out onto something he had been thinking about subconsciously.

Emmerdale perpetuates on Monday at 7pm on ITV.

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