Coronation Street: Daisy admits she doesn't know if she wants to marry Daniel trends now
Daisy Midgeley admitted she doesn't know if she wants to marry Daniel Osbourne anymore after he put her court case at risk in Coronation Street.
Daisy had been left in fear after being stalked by Justin Rutherford and the ongoing storyline culminated in a dramatic court case during Friday's episode.
However, she wasn't granted a stalking protection order against Justin after he arrived in a neck brace and told the court Daniel had attacked him the night before.
Daisy was left furious after learning that Daniel had jeopardised her court case and admitted that she needed some space from her partner as her stalker hell continued.
As the tense episode came to a close, she dropped the bombshell that she didn't know if she wanted to marry Daniel (Rob Mallard) anymore as their future hangs in the balance.
Oh no! Daisy Midgeley admitted she doesn't know if she wants to marry Daniel Osbourne anymore after he put her court case at risk in Coronation Street
What next? She dropped the bombshell that she didn't know if she wanted to marry Daniel (Rob Mallard) anymore as their future hangs in the balance
An emotional Daisy (Charlotte Jordan) was near tears as she confessed: 'I don't know if I want to marry you anymore.'
The drama kicked off earlier in the episode when Daisy was seen in court in a bid to get a stalking protection order against Justin (Andrew Still).
She bravely opened up in court about her horrific stalking ordeal, with her fiancé Daniel sitting nearby to support her, while Justin was nowhere to be seen.
She told the court: 'My life has been destroyed by the actions of the respondent Justin Rutherford. We met a few months ago at a hospital and since then, he has become obsessed with me.
'I been totally clear and told him I do not want any sort of relationship with him, but he ignores everything I say.
'I'm engaged to someone else, and we're supposed to be planning my wedding but he harasses me online and in person. It's sucking all the joy out of what should be the happiest time of my life.
'I can't turn on my phone without getting bombarded with messages. He won't leave me alone and I am scared all the time. He found out where I live and sends me flowers with delusional notes, he hangs around my street waiting to see me.
'I work in a pub and he comes in there, he pretended to be my fiancé to get into a wedding fair where I was. He got a job as a delivery driver in my area just so he could get my phone number and hound me with calls.
'He contacted my mother and took her out just to get close to me and he let himself into my house. You can see him on the doorbell camera, it's all on file.
'It's relentless, I don't feel safe and I need some help, please.'
Tense: Daisy had been left in fear after being stalked by Justin Rutherford (pictured) and the ongoing storyline culminated in a dramatic court case during Friday's episode
Shock: However, she wasn't granted a stalking protection order against Justin after he arrived in a neck brace and told the court Daniel had attacked him the night before
However, things then took a turn as Justin arrived in court wearing a black neck brace and mumbled his apologies for being late, with Daisy looking shocked.
Taking his turn in the stand, Justin then denied being a stalker and claimed the situation had gotten 'out of hand' as he gave excuses for his actions.
He said: 'I'm sorry but this thing is a whole misunderstanding that's got out of hand... I just keep bumping into her, not on purpose. I work as a delivery driver so I have been on her street a few times.
'And like I said, we knew each other so connected on social media. I did go into her house but it was only because I was worried about her. I thought her fiancé was jealous and he might have done something to her.'
Daisy was then left completely shocked after Justin revealed Daniel's attack on him the night before.
He continued: 'And ever since then I have tried to steer clear but last night, I was finishing my deliveries when him and this guy did this to me.
'I went to A&E, they thought I might have said some cracked ribs, they're just badly bruised thankfully. That's why I was late today, I have my discharge form here. I'm sorry Daisy's upset but I am not a stalker, if anything I am the victim here.'
Daisy was left concerned that his actions could change the outcome of her court case, and she was proven right as the judges returned with their verdict.
Ruling that the criteria for a stalking protection order had not been made, they said: 'This is a civil application in a criminal court and therefore the case must be proven beyond reasonable doubt.'