Coronation Street villain in shock return with horror drug storyline | The Sun

CORONATION Street is bringing back one of its villains for a new horror drugs storyline.

Drug dealer and all-round bag egg Dean Turnball will make a cobbles comeback later this year, The Sun can exclusively reveal.

Actor and television presenter Anthony Crank will reprise his role.

Dean was last seen on Coronation Street last May when he left struggling Abi Webster for dead when she tricked him into admitting he stole a sports car from the garage.

She was forced to use it as a battering ram to escape a smoke-filled garage.

That came just days after he abandoned her when she went into surprise early labour with her baby.

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But now Dean is set to return and it won’t just be Abi he’s after.

A source said: “Dean’s back for a limited time but he’s just as dangerous as before.

“He’s got history with Abi but she’s not the only addict on the street that Dean knows – Cassie Plummer could be in his orbit too.

“It’s definitely one to watch.”

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Actor Anthony is best known for hosting Sunday morning Channel 4 show T4 between 2002 and 2005.

Millions turned in in the noughties to watch Anthony and fellow T4 presenters like Alexa Chung, Rick Edwards and June Sarpong for the hangover television.


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It’s not the first time Anthony has appeared in the soap with him playing a policeman in two appearances in 2011.

He also appeared in rival Hollyoaks and went on to star in dramas Accused, Shameless and The Syndicate.

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