Note: The following article contains a discussion of allegations of sexual misconduct that some readers may find disturbing.
Emerdel Spoilers follow.
EmerdelLiv Flaherty thought she might have been sexually assaulted on the double bill Thursday (August 26).
In the first episode, a confused Liv (Isobel Steele) wakes up covered in bruises, with absolutely no recollection of the night she came out.
Vowing to stay away from the booze, Liv struggled with sobriety, and ended up drinking cider. That drink led to a night of bingeing, which led to her waking up the next morning after seemingly unconscious.
When her brother Aaron Dingle (Danny Miller) arrives at the house, he explains that he’s found Liv in the hallway the night before. The conversation prompted her to experience disturbing flashbacks, playing a very loud rock song.
“I shouldn’t have been drinking,” said Liv, before slowly realizing there was more to her night out.
Liv opened up to Gabe Thomas (Rosie Bentham), telling her about the fragmented memories she was having.
“I didn’t want Aaron to worry, but I keep taking these pictures in my head,” Liv told Gabi.
Then she explained that she could vaguely remember a physical struggle with a man she could not quite imagine.
“It’s like feeling, it makes me shiver,” Liv added.
Fearing something bad might happen to her, Liv asked Gabe to play the voice messages she had left for her at night. As they listened to the last one, Liv seemed to remember the face of her alleged attacker: Noah Dingle (Jack Downham).
In the second episode, Gabe is uncomfortable with Liv’s telling of the night.
“It wouldn’t be the first time,” she told Liv.
Gabe is upset because of Her private tours with Noah at Home Farm. In fact, he had followed her after a night out and accused her of driving him.
“We’ll help you get through this,” reassured Gabe Leaf.
However, she is still puzzled as to what happened. I explained to Gabi that the Noah you know wouldn’t be the kind of guy who would impose himself on a drunk woman.
While Liv was still weighing her options, Aaron walked in on her and Gabe. Enraged by the possibility that Noah had assaulted his sister, he set out to confront him. Noah vehemently denied any wrongdoing.
“All I wanted was to bring Liv home,” I swear.
After Aaron, Gabe, and Liv leave, Charity (Emma Atkins) confronts her son the night before, asking him why he hasn’t called her for help.
“I suppose I just wanted to forget how aggressive Liv was,” Noah said.
Then he showed his mother the bruises he allegedly caused.
Once home, Aaron tries to convince Liv to report Noah to the police.
He told his sister, “You have the right to know.” “Let the police take her from there.”
Since Liv is still hesitant, Aaron advises her not to shower yet and put her clothes in a bag if she decides to go to the police.
Emerdel It airs weeknights at 7pm on ITV, with an additional episode at 8pm on Thursdays.
If you’ve been touched by the issues raised in this story, you can access more information from Rape Crisis England and Wales, who work to end all forms of sexual violence and sexual misconduct, at her website Or by calling the National Rape Crisis Helpline at 0808802 9999. Rape crisis in Scotland The helpline number is 08088 01 03 02.
Readers in the United States are encouraged to contact Is rainingor the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 800-656-4673.
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