Emmerdale (opens in new tab) has revealed the moment that Robert Sugden confesses to ex-lover Aaron Livesy that he killed Katie Sugden.
Aaron (Danny Miller) believes Katie died accidentally after the floor collapsed in an old barn where she had caught him and Robert (Ryan Hawley) having a secret tryst. He helped Robert move her body and blames himself for her death.
But viewers know that Robert pushed Katie to her death as they argued about her threats to expose his affair with Aaron.
Robert and Aaron used to be lovers (ITV)
Now an extended trailer for next week’s episodes shows the dramatic scenes between Aaron and Robert.
Aaron has started punishing himself with a gruelling exercise regime, and Robert is worried about him, so he tells him the truth. This leads to a violent fight between the pair.
Aaron vents his anger on Robert (ITV)
Danny Miller, who plays Aaron, recently revealed: “He batters him. I think it’s been a long time coming as well! A lot of people have been tweeting me and saying to me in the street that Robert just needs a good whack.
“I think myself and Ryan both enjoyed those scenes because we knew it was coming – Aaron can only bite his tongue for a certain amount of time and then he’ll explode.
“Robert has backed Aaron into a corner – and every dog barks or bites when backed into a corner! Aaron’s done a bit of barking, but he’s never really used his fists with Robert until now, which is nice because that’s always how he’s dealt with it in the past.”
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