CORRIE'S Laurence Reeves was left appalled after getting accused of murdering his wife – but are they right?
Viewers of the ITV soap have been suspicious of Sean Tully's (Antony Cotton) boyfriend Laurence (Robert Shaw Cameron) ever since he arrived on the cobbles.
Many are convinced Laurence is lying about how his late wife died after Sean accused him of murdering her last week.
Todd (Gareth Pierce) and Eileen Grimshaw (Sue Cleaver) planted the idea that Laurence had murdered wife Lindsey in Sean’s head.
The pair had discovered from taxi driver Mitch that Laurence had supposedly pushed her off a mountain, during a holiday to Switzerland.
Laurence denied such claims and confirmed Lindsey had taken a hike during low visibility and fallen.
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He explained how he wished he had gone with her, then perhaps he could have saved her, but that she ultimately died doing something she loved.
However fans spotted a key clue in Laurence’s alibi that proves he really did kill his wife – perhaps to claim on the life insurance.
Laurence claimed that Lindsey had gone out hiking alone while he was called to a dental emergency in another cabin.
But fans were left baffled about why Laurence would have his dental equipment with him on holiday.
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Taking to Twitter, one fan said: “I think Laurence is lying to Sean. In the Alps, a dental emergency in another cabin and he went, meaning he must’ve packed his dental equipment with him? Seriously?”
Another wrote: “So Laurence had all his dental tools with him while on hollibobs when he got called to a dental emergency? Really?”
A third penned: “Laurence and his dental emergency in Switzerland sounds really suspicious… I still don’t trust him!”
A fourth tweeted: “Hmmm well Laurence I still think you’re dodgy!”
Laurence dumped Sean after getting accused for murder, but actor Antony Cotton is still hoping for a happy ending for his character.
He said: "Without a doubt it would be fantastic to see a big gay wedding on the street and yes it would be a lovely storyline for Sean with mishaps along the way, things getting cancelled and people not turning up but with a lovely happy day at the end.
"But there is also a flip side which is once you are settled that is when people can stop writing stories for the character.
"I guess it depends on what the story is, but I would definitely like there to be a wedding one day in the future that involves Sean."
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