Emmerdale spoilers: Liv turns her dumping into detective when Paul manipulates Vinny

Paul’s panicked to hear from Aaron that Liv’s already at the hospital and has called the police about Vinny’s attack. At the hospital Vinny’s on the verge of confessing all to the police when he sees Paul approaching and clams up leaving the police unable to proceed. When Paul criticises Liv for calling the police, she’s suspicious.

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Determined to stick up for Vinny, she insists they do something and questions Paul’s inaction. Aware of Paul’s rising anger towards her, Vinny tells her to leave, and Paul’s pleased to have driven a wedge between them.(Picture: ITV)Determined to stick up for Vinny, she insists they do something and questions Paul’s inaction. Aware of Paul’s rising anger towards her, Vinny tells her to leave, and Paul’s pleased to have driven a wedge between them.

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The next day, under the influence of Paul, Vinny has discharged himself from hospital. When Liv arrives at the Dingles’, Vinny’s wary to be alone with her. Cagey Vinny tries to stick to Paul’s story but panics when Liv mentions Connor. Before suspicious Liv can probe any further, Paul returns and tells Vinny to get Liv off their backs, or else.

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Fearful for Liv’s safety, Vinny ends their relationship. Liv is shocked and heartbroken but her distress turns into determination to find Connor and discover what he knows …

Emmerdale airs these scenes from Monday 22 March on ITV.

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