MARTIN Platt’s return to Coronation Street has been suggested as actor Sean Wilson has resumed filming.
The helper – who will once again be played by actor Sean for the return – will be seen comforting his son David Platt after he is raped at the hands of automechanic Josh Tucker in a hard-hitting new storyline.
David has been graphic at his dad’s residence after the horrific attack as Martin tries to comfort him.
Martin’s return, which The Sun suggested last month, comes as he tries to support his son after he is unperceiving and raped by automechanic Josh Tucker.
It was formerly suggested how beautician David – who is played by actor Jack P. Shepherd in the ITV soap – will be left ravaged after he is unperceiving and assaulted in the hard-hitting storyline.
Viewers have seen David grow closer to Josh as he starts to sight some of the street’s residents for a gift fighting compare in memory of murdered Luke Britton.
He will be seen enjoying a inebriated night out with the automechanic before he is unperceiving and assaulted.
Viewers will be spared any pithy scenes and instead the story will show David arise up in Josh’s bed and realize the horror of what happened to him.
The story will concentration on how David copes with the attack and his shame and shame over it.
The Sun Online exclusively suggested that when Martin creates his Weatherfield quip he will return with the news his partner Robyn is profound with their child.
A source said: “Martin was always a womaniser and that didn’t stop when he left Weatherfield all those years ago.
“He’s changed on from all that happened on the Street and built a new life for himself and that includes a new family.
“There will be a new Platt on the way but David’s not going to be too gratified about the suspicion of having a little hermit or sister.”
The news will lurch fan hopes of a Gail and Martin reunion when actor Sean Wilson earnings to soap screens for the first time given 2005.
It is the first time in Coronation Street’s 57-year-history that a male rape has been covered on-screen.
The soap is operative closely with Survivors Manchester to safeguard the critical theme is tackled tenderly and accurately.
A new report suggested that some-more than 12,000 men are raped any year in the UK, with some-more than 70,000 sexually abused or assaulted
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