Emmerdale spoilers: Cain Dingle leads Aaron into a life of crime
Nov. 06, 2019
Aaron Dingle ( Danny Miller ) is a broken man in the wake of Robert Sugden ’s ( Ryan Hawley ) departure from Emmerdale and, fragile and feeling as if he has nothing left to lose, he is set to fall back into his old ways. With Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) having also hit self destruct since the breakdown of his marriage to Moira (Natalie J Robb), the pair are set to embark down a dangerous road which could have desperate consequences.
Neither Cain or Aaron are strangers to scams or crimes but with Aaron’s mental health struggles and Cain’s volatile temper, this could be a toxic mix when coupled with both of their ongoing despair.
Liv Flaherty (Isobel Steele) has been worried about Aaron’s state of mind since he lost his husband so when she sees he is acting shifty and spending a lot of time with Cain, she is keen to get to the bottom of the matter.
When a stranger named Sean approaches Cain at the garage, Cain realises he is a member of a gang he and Aaron stole a car from and the battle lines are drawn. Aaron and Cain organise a buyer for the stolen cars but disaster strikes when Cain takes Moses along with them.
Sean is lurking nearby and he kidnaps Moses before contacting a panicked Cain with his demands and when Charity (Emma Atkins) discovers the truth, she hits the roof. Sean demands that Aaron and Cain return the car in order for Moses to be returned safely and Charity is disgusted that they could have risked the child’s life in this way.
Cain and Aaron try to make amends and apologise for their actions but Charity is having none of it. As Chas (Lucy Pargeter) defends Aaron and reminds Charity of what Aaron has been through, Charity rages at her and it causes a major rift.
Will this be a wake up call for Aaron that he needs to sort himself out?
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