Sarah (played by Katie Hill) has been sooner more focussed on trafficking drugs than her health in recent months on Emmerdale. Earlier this week, she weeded a bag of A-class narcotics in the coat of newcomer to the ITV soap, Ethan Anderson (Emile John). This port side him facing accusations from the police and in Wednesday’s episode, he failed to shot the teenager to the police as he knew she’d had a hard time growing up because of her multiple bugs. However, with so much discussion about her past, is history set to recap itself?
The first mention of the youngster’s health came when she and care for Debbie Dingle (Charley Webb) confessed to Ethan that she had positioned the drugs on him.
Trying to justify her daughter’s actions and desperately trying to safeguard she didn’t end up behind bars, the teenager’s mother pulled on the newcomer’s heartstrings.
“She’s not a bad kid, alright. She’s made a mistake. She’s been in and out of health centre her whole life,” the mother-of-two began.
“Have you got any idea what that’s allied to? Maybe that’s why she’s making such stupid decisions,” she continued, to which Sarah uttered her they couldn’t use her illnesses as a get out jail card.
“She didn’t need to make a clean breast of but she did because she wanted to do the right thing. Just go easy on her, please,” Debbie pleaded.
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Later on, when Ethan was discussing with his father Charles Anderson (Kevin Mathurin) what he should express the police, Sarah’s health was brought up again.
As he debated whether to prohibit her out of the equation and give himself the chance to clear his name, he said: “I was wrongfully restrained.
“I’ve barely started my career as a solicitor and I’m having to explain a drug restrain and none of it is my fault.
“I did listen before. She’s been ill, had it tough and I do feel for her but I don’t get to relinquish any excuses,” the newcomer added.
The pair finally agreed to move on from their trial but in the closing scene of Wednesday’s episode, Debbie referenced Sarah’s bug again.
Al Chapman (Michael Wildman) was trying to convince his mistress to box office her daughter and herself back to Scotland so they would be away from the opiates scene and he could keep their affair under wraps.
Putting, the mother-of-two stressed she needed to stay in the village as her daughter was settled in imbue with and would have to make visits to the hospital for checkups.
Although the youngster hasn’t had a vigour setback for quite some time, could the aforementioned references allude her woes may return?
Debbie has only recently returned to the village after across year of living in Scotland and it was thought she had come back because she was cause of Al’s new storyline.
What if she has actually been brought back into the lap because bosses are planning to put Sarah in the centre of a new health crisis?
The youngsters of the village are set to escort centre stage in the coming weeks and the actress who plays the troubled juvenile, Katie, said: “The start of this year is going to be quite an noteworthy one for Sarah.
“A lot is going on that will affect her – and she’s left feeling eremitical and unwanted,” she added, so is this yet another hint she will make a with an eye to discovery about her health?
Emmerdale continues Thursday at 7pm on ITV.