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Corrie’s Samia Longchambon warns Gary is ‘going to kill Mason’ as bullying is exposed

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Exclusive: Coronation Street beauty Samia Longchambon has cautioned admirers that when Liam’s horrifying bullying experience is made public, tensions on the well-known cobbles will likely increase.

Samia Longchambon, a popular character on Coronation Street, has told viewers that Gary Windass is “going to kill Mason” following the revelation of Liam’s horrifying bullying ordeal.

ITV viewers have been glued to their TVs for the past several weeks as Mason Radcliffe, the school bully (played by Luca Toolan), has caused mayhem at Weatherfield High School. Ever since the high schooler moved into the Street, viewers have watched Liam Connor (Charlie Wrenshall) and Dylan Wilson (Liam Mccheyne) be terrorized by him.

Samia Longchambon of Corrie tells viewers that Gary is “going to kill Mason.”

Mason has established a solid name for himself both within and outside of the school after months of harassing his classmates. Liam, who has been bullied by him daily, is perhaps the pupil who is having the greatest difficulty adjusting to his arrival.

In an interview with Daily Star and other publications, the Maria Connor star has now revealed how her on-screen spouse would respond to the news. She said, “Obviously Gary can be quite hot headed,” in response to the question of what the TV heartthrob would think when he learns the truth.

“Knowing Gary’s past, he probably thinks, quite literally, ‘I’m going to kill Mason.’” Maria is therefore concerned about that.

Later this month, the horrifying bullying experience of the teenager will be made public.

As much as I’d like you to, I’d happily throttle the both of them, meaning Mason and Dylan, but we can’t because we’re going to be in trouble if we do that, Maria responds to Gary’s declarations that he’s going to go get him.

Therefore, we must do everything correctly because failing to do so would only make Liam’s situation worse.

Coronation Street executives have been collaborating with the National Bullying Helpline during the filming of this heartbreaking plot to make sure Liam’s tale is presented sensitively and truthfully. Iain Macleod, executive producer at ITV, outlined how their collaboration has improved the plot.

The National Bullying Helpline and the ITV soap opera have collaborated.

He gave the following explanation: “We believed it was very essential to demonstrate the emotional harm that bullying can cause to individuals who are the target of it, especially in the present era where youngsters are exposed to what might seem like unavoidable cyber-bullying.

Aggression may reach you even in the comforts of your own home; it doesn’t end at the school’s entrance. Having said that, it was also crucial that we conveyed some optimism for Liam throughout the entire narrative and that, at last, he can start to emerge from his nightmare and start to heal by speaking up.

Watchers will have to wait and see if Liam can get over Mason’s persistent taunting on the ITV cobbles.

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