Graham (played by Andrew Scarborough) has always had a soft spot for flame Megan (Gaynor Faye) on Emmerdale, with the pair giving into their simmering chemistry on a number of occasions.
Since Megan reunited with her other lover Frank Clayton (Michael Praed) on the ITV soap, Graham has backed off, but with the businesswoman now facing legal charges, the shady character is keen to help his former flame.
It was announced last week actress Gaynor Faye, 47, had quit the soap after seven years as the hot headed character, which left questions lingering around the circumstances surrounding Megan’s exit and her future with Graham.
Still facing the repercussions of the crash she was involved in which left stalwart Eric Pollard (Chris Chittell) seriously injured, Graham may come up with a plan to ensure his flame lives a free life, leading to his exit with Megan.
This week, Megan will continue to worry about her future in the village and what will happen to her daughter Eliza if she ends up going to prison.
Megan’s position in the case doesn’t look too good as she was texting at the wheel, which led the catastrophic events to unfold with Eric.
Voicing her worries to Manpreet Jutla (Rebecca Sarker) in The Woolpack pub, Megan’s conversation is overheard by scheming Kim (Claire King).
A felon at heart, Kim takes the opportunity to ruffle a few feathers and tells Megan she should face up to the consequences although the Home Farm socialite has played the system before to evade justice.
Listening to Kim’s remarks and knowing his boss isn’t being kind-hearted in her words of advice, Graham is fueled with rage his former flame is being belittled by the villain so publically.
Paying a visit to the distressed villager, Graham sneaks away from Kim’s prying eyes to speak with