Max Turner from Coronation Street is incarcerated in the STC facility and is completing a six-month sentence for his involvement in Griff Reynolds’ far-right activities.
Max Turner, a young character on Coronation Street portrayed by Paddy Beaver, has been absent from the show for the past few months due to his arrest for his far-right offenses.
Max made a surprise appearance on Friday night alongside David Platt (Jack P Shepherd), where they were debating the prospect of shortening Max’s sentence.
Max wasn’t very interested in talking about it, claiming that he didn’t want to get his hopes up only to have them dashed once more.
Max afterwards went to one of his seminars where Daniel Osbourne (Rob Mallard) urged the students to keep a journal where they could write about their feelings.
Before going outside to receive a call from Daisy Midgeley (Charlotte Jordan), Daniel’s students quickly let him down by making up imaginary stories rather than treating his assignment seriously.
Max recognized his chance to seize Daniel’s phone when he returned to the room and placed it on the side.
Fans of the program speculated on Twitter that by stealing the phone, Max has put himself in even more difficulty and could receive a longer term.
Dry Daniel speculates that a prisoner might develop a conscience and turn in his phone, @Clawmaw chuckled. How gullible can one be? Coronation Street, #Corrie.
“I bet Max will get caught with Daniel’s phone and end up ruining his chances of getting out early,” opined June Dansles.
@Anitaspinter said: “Oh dear oh dear Max, you shouldn’t be stealing the phone… you’ll get in more trouble than it’s worth.”
The commenter @MillyMooMoos0 continued, “As if he would be able to just steal it like that and Daniel would not notice… he’s gonna regret that decision so much.” (sic)
Paddy Beaver said of Max’s mental health and how he was feeling in the STC facility, “This is the lowest point we have seen Max at.
“Max has experienced a lengthy period of difficulty, but this is a time when all of that ceases, forcing him to take stock of his life.
Max has not had a pleasant life, and right now he is sitting in a cell with nothing to do while reflecting on all of the horrible things he has done and the things that have happened to him in his life.
“He questions why he should go on. He exhibits feelings of helplessness and is in a great deal of agony.
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