Sean in Corrie is targeted in horrible homophobia

Sean Tully (Antony Cotton) is the subject of Mason’s (Luca Toolon) horrible homophobic comments in upcoming Coronation Street episodes.

Mason was introduced a few weeks ago as the bully at Weatherfield High School. The storyline will focus on him, Dylan (Liam McCheyne) and Liam (Charlie Wrenshall) as he attempts to get the teens involved in some cruel and risky situations.

Coming up, Mason, Dylan and a reluctant Liam head to the precinct while skiving off school.

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Mason hands the lads some disposable vapes and when Dylan tries it, he ends up feeling sick afterwards.

Shortly after Liam has a go, he suffers an asthma attack and, realising that it’s serious, Mason does a runner and leaves Dylan to call the ambulance.

While at the hospital, Gary (Mikey North) discovers that Liam is hanging out with Mason Radcliffe and tells Maria (Samia Longchambon) that his family are bad news and Liam needs to stay well clear.

Heading to Number 11, Maria demands answers from Dylan and Mason but Mason denies having anything to do with it.

Back at home, Liam receives a text from the bully, threatening to beat him up if he snitches.

Towards the end of the week, focus turns back to Dylan as he joins Mason and his mates at the precinct.

Mason shows off in front of his friends and makes some cracks about Dylan and his gay dad, but will this be enough for Dylan to see Mason’s true colours?

‘My whole description of Dylan is that he just wants to fit in. He wants to make friends no matter what, probably because of his previous encounters in London,’ Liam McCheyne told us.

‘He wants to fit in with the cool kids and be like them. He doesn’t want to be what he was in London – it’s a total change to who he previously was. It’s almost like a new start for him and he can have a bit of freedom so I think that would make him very easily influenced.’

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