Emmerdale Spoilers: Tom King coercive behaviour escalates as he tries to frame wife Belle in abuse storyline

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Things are about to get worse for Belle King in Emmerdale

Tom King and wife Belle were recently part of a landmark ‘dinner party’ episode alongside Rhona and Marlon in Emmerdale. Now it seems that life for the newlyweds is about to get worse as Tom’s (James Chase) coercive behaviour escalates. 

*Emmerdale Spoilers ahead* In upcoming scenes Tom will isolate Belle (Eden Taylor-Draper) from her family in an ongoing abuse storyline. Tom is furious when he finds Belle chatting to Lydia and Mandy on the puppy cam. He overhears a conversation between them where they playfully make fun of him behind his back. They are completely unaware that he is listening to every single word.

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Tom arrives back at the house and Belle is happy that he is being nice to Lydia and Mandy but worries that he may not be being genuine. Soon after they leave Tom goes back to being mean and turns on Belle. 

In a complete U-turn of events next week will see Belle turn on Tom after he makes a harsh comment about her late mother Lisa Dingle. Belle is fuming and pushes her husband over in the street as the villagers watch on. Will Tom frame Belle and make out that he’s a victim of domestic abuse?

If you, or someone you know, have been affected by any of the issues raised in this article please contact the National Domestic Abuse Helpline: 24/7 service: 0808 2000 247.

Emmerdale airs on weeknights from 7.30pm on ITV1, and ITVX.

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