ROB Donovan has dramatically handed himself in to save partner Tracy Barlow from a life behind bars in Coronation Street.
The torpedo of Tina McIntyre – who is played by actor Marc Baylis – has been on the run given a automobile collision gave him the possibility to shun prison, but after realising Tracy was confronting life behind bars, he gave up his leisure and detonate into the justice to give her an alibi.
Viewers now know that Tracy only confessed to pulling her adopted father down the stairs out of fears her own daughter Amy had tried to kill him.
But with Rob being her pretext for the night, Tracy was faced with the realization that she couldn’t redress her admission even if she wanted to, but Rob arrived just in time to save her.
Bursting into the courtroom as she was about to enter her plea, Rob told her: “Tracy, you can’t do this. You can’t confess to something you haven’t done.”
“I know because you’re doing this but you don’t have to,” he added, divulgence Amy was safely at home and hadn’t tried to kill Ken.
“I called when we listened about all this and she told me everything. She’s just an trusting kid, you are no guiltier than that 13-year-old who’s watchful for you to get home and I’m here now, you don’t have to strengthen me.
“We were together, in her shop, when Ken was hurt, for 20 minutes. How could she have harm her father if she was with me. Check theCCTV.”
“I wish to redress my confession,” Tracy then said. “I didn’t do it.”
“After we transient the jail van, we knew we was a noted man,” Rob told the police in the talk room.
“The only person we could consider of going to for help was my sister so we pitched up on Coronation Street. That’s when we saw Tracy.”
However, despite the CCTV from the florist confirming Tracy had an alibi, she was still sent to the cells to stop her release.
But with Rob handing himself in and assisting the police expose the villains in prison, he was given time with Tracy in her dungeon before they would be distant forever.
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