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Gemma Jones

ITV Emmerdale fans 'think they know' truth behind Clemmie and Millie feud

Fans think there could be a twist coming in the Clemmie and Millie feud on Emmerdale.

The youngsters have been at loggerheads on the ITV soap since having to live together. Early on in Thursday's episode Millie admitted she didn't like Clemmie and the two weren't getting on.

The family dynamic is all over the place after Kim and Dawn argued over giving Mille her old room back. And tensions only got worse when a social worker revealed Dawn could keep custody of Clemmie, meaning they will be staying even longer.

READ MORE: ITV Emmerdale fans question 'mystery' after scene with Faith and Sam Dingle

The children's feud came to a head as a scream was heard from the living room. Dawn, Billy and Kim all went running in to find the kids with each other.

Millie explained the scream as she said: "Clemmie bit me." She showed her arm with a huge red bite mark.

However, fans aren't convinced by the little girl and have a different theory for what really happened. Taking to Twitter they shared their thoughts.

One user said: "Wonder if Millie bit herself and blaming Clemmie #Emmerdale". Ashley said: "More like whiney Millie bit herself ... #emmerdale"

Another user said: "I think she is doing it to her self. She's twisted and she's been brainwashed #Emmerdale."

Mike said: "I think it’s Millie who bit herself.. she said 'I don’t like Clemmie' what’s the best way to get rid of her from the house? Say Clemmie attacked her!"

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