Emmerdale's Noah to drop 'life or death' secret that could bring down Meena

By Charlotte Tutton

Emmerdale aired tense scenes on Thursday night, as Meena Jutla looked set to be exposed for her killer crimes.

But Noah Dingle looked as though he could become an unlikely hero, as he prepared to speak up over Meena's odd behaviour.

Fans will know Noah got on the wrong side of Meena when he stole a ring from her bedroom, before giving it to his girlfriend Chloe.

When Meena found out she demanded it back, before breaking into the Dingles' house where Samson was hiding it.

After Noah confronted her over her behaviour, and asked why she hadn't told the police, she hinted she had stolen it herself.

Emmerdale's Noah Dingle could be an unlikely hero (ITV)

So when Noah teased he might grass her up and tell people what she did, she turned nasty and issued him some huge threats.

Warning it wouldn't end well for him, she frightened him into silence about the entire thing.

But the disappearance of Vinny Dingle, who had worked out from Noah's ordeal that Meena was dangerous, has left Noah wondering whether to speak up.

Fans will know Noah got on the wrong side of Meena when he stole a ring from her bedroom (ITV)

With his mum Mandy worried sick, Noah couldn't help worry whether it was linked to Meena.

Having stayed quiet for days, Noah finally opened up to pal Amelia, while staying quiet on what he was referring to.

Asking her whether it was a good idea to tell someone if they knew something really bad, he was soon left acting as if he was about to spill the beans.

Emmerdale aired dramatic scenes on Thursday night, as Meena Jutla looked set to be exposed (ITV)

He said: "If you knew something really bad, something you weren't supposed to know, would you keep it to yourself?"

Amelia replied: "How bad is really bad?" to which he said: "Life or death maybe."

She then urged her friend to share it, as that was the right thing to do with him quickly agreeing.

Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7pm on ITV, with an extra episode at 8pm on Thursdays.


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