Coronation Street youngster Max Turner was recently found guilty of inciting violence and causing an attack on Alya Nazir.
Alya (played by Sair Khan) has been recovering after she was attacked in Speed Daal during a refugee event. Max (Paddy Beaver) was found guilty of inciting the attack after Blake (ACTOR) watched the video he made whilst involved with Griff Reynold’s (Michael Condron) far-right group. Now, Coronation Street viewers are concerned for Max’s well-being and fear that the youngster will be leaving Weatherfield in a heartbreaking way.
David Platt (Jack P Shepherd) had asked Alya to go and see Max in his centre as he wanted to apologise for what had happened.
At first, she refused to go but was soon convinced by Daniel Osbourne (Rob Mallard), however, the conversation didn’t end well.
Max began: “I just wanted to tell you I am sorry. I know you probably don’t believe me but…”
However, Alya interrupted and fumed: “It’s not that I don’t believe you, I just don’t care. All I care about is you lost. You’re stuck in here, your mate Griff is going to get life.
I received justice for what you did to me, too. What did you want, then? You created, edited, chose the soundtrack, and voiced the narration for those videos.
“However, you never paused to consider what you were trying to accomplish. Let me share my opinion with you.
“I believe you intended for people like you to despise people like me. You incited rage and anger in your supporters by accusing them of being at fault.
Although you gave Blake the knife, Blake may have been the one to stab me.
Max tried to explain to Alya what his intentions were when making the videos, but his lack of explanation only left her angry.
She slammed: “People like you with bombs and knives. So if you’re not the bad guys then who is it? Is it me? Is it my gran? What exactly that you believe Max?”
Getting upset, Max exclaimed: “I don’t know. It sounded better when Griff said it.”
Alya interrupted and expressed: “There it is. You need Griff to do your thinking for you, without him working you from the back your just a pathetic, stupid little boy.
You weren’t required to listen. I’m not here to guide you on a quest for self-awareness. You should be aware that they claimed your family was unresponsive.
She screamed before leaving, “I bet they did and I bet you just didn’t like what they said, so maybe if you are looking for answers start there.”
Max had previously asked David not to visit him at the center, but later called home to ask if he could come.
Due to their concerns, fans took to Twitter to share their theories about how Max was coping with what had happened to him.
@LexieAshmore wrote: “Sounds like he wants to gather them all to say his goodbyes #coronationstreet #corrie.”
Macy Andrews commented: “As much as he did wrong I am slightly concerned for Max right now… did he ask David to go and see him to say goodbye?” (sic)
@WestINDIEShome added: “Concerned for Max is a sentence I didn’t think I would say… he seems so lost and unable to cope with his emotions.”
Casey Jenkins said: “Can someone check in on Max please? Getting a grilling from Alya and then calling David for a visit… is he saying goodbye?” (sic)
Sarah Pratt tweeted: “Feel so sorry for Max. Even though he is in the wrong, he still doesn’t deserve to be spoke too like that.”
@Craigybabbey tweeted: “Well done for Alya for speaking her mind. I hope a visit from David, Shona and Lily will cheer him up.” (soc)
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