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A few months ago, Coronation Street fans will remember Max Turner (played by Paddy Bever) was arrested after getting involved with Griff’s (Michael Condron) extremism gang.
After being charged the teen was sentenced to six months at the Secure Training Centre, where his former nemesis Daniel Osbourne (Rob Mallard) has started working.
In recent scenes, the teen has been showing signs of struggling to fit in with the other boys and decided to reveal it all in a secret video message.
Managing to get his hands on Daniel’s phone, he made a video of how he’s been feeling before slipping it back onto his desk.
Watching the heart-wrenching clip, Daniel intended to help Max but when he tried to discuss it with him in the class away from everyone, the teen refused to.
After being cornered by another student called Gav about being close to the teacher, Max decided to disrupt the class to get approval.
Although with Daniel not telling the STC officials the extent of how bad Max’s mental health is becoming, fans are worried about what will happen to him.
Pam_debeauvoir said: “Daniel could have said to the counsellor that he has a strong feeling that from the way Max has been talking & acting, he is vulnerable and they must keep an eye on him. Lay it on thick before it’s too late. He’s struggling and needs support.”
TellyVsPodcasts added: “By Daniel withholding serious info on Max’s mental health- to cover his a**e about having his phone in prison he is putting Max at risk & preventing him getting appropriate support & intervention from professionals #Corrie”
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ConversationStr tweeted: “Are Daniel and David genuinely concerned that Max *might not* be enjoying prison?”
Penniless_poet added: “Is Mad Max II going to have a breakdown.”
Mikepriestley13 commented: “That scene about Daniel wanting to get max mental health help and him being refused is proof people are struggling on their own with MH #Corrie”
RyanTheSoapking said: “Max clearly doesn’t want to look weak in front of his prison mates hence being in denial with Daniel.”
Speaking about the storyline, actor Rob Mallard told Metro that Daniel finding Max’s video on the phone has changed the way he views the teen.
He said: “Daniel sees that suddenly this person, who was so set out to destroy him, is now in such a weak and vulnerable position and it’s quietly tragic.
“Max won’t talk to Daniel in the class, so Daniel knows he needs to find a way of getting through to him. Max does the first video, so Daniel takes the cue from Max and reciprocates it that way.”
Coronation Street continues Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays on ITV from 8pm.
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