Emmerdale’s David Metcalfe dealt another devastating blow as he heads to court

As the village shop owner goes to court for fraud the following week on Emmerdale, he will suffer yet another devastating blow. Viewers of the venerable ITV soap opera may recall that David Metcalfe was ticketed for speeding and used his fiancée Victoria’s (Isabel Hodgin) name rather than his own to pay the payment.

Victoria was understandably incensed when she discovered what David had done, despite his claims that it was important to safeguard his company.

David was concerned that losing his license would kill his delivery business if he were to be caught speeding.

Victoria forced David to tell the police the truth after discovering his betrayal.

Since then, the two have broken up, and David has had to list his business for sale.

David will now go to court to face the repercussions of his actions.

He is required to give up his license and is subject to a driving prohibition, according to official soap opera spoilers.

Yet the struggling businessman will also receive more terrible news.

His In an effort to help Leyla Harding, Jacob Gallagher (Joe-Warren Plant) will distance himself from his father (Roxy Shahidi).

Jacob will be encouraged by Jai Sharma (Chris Bisson) to get in touch with her and aid in her detox from Class A drugs.

Leyla is moved by her son’s deeds, and they begin to hang out more.

David will feel more alone than ever with Amba now in London, supporting Leyla alongside Priya Sharma (Fiona Wade) and Jacob.

Next week, Bernice Blackstock (Samantha Giles) and Bob Hope (Tony Audenshaw) discover a dead body in their B&B, so David isn’t the only local in for a huge surprise.

When Bernice announces that a harpist she obviously likes will be their act for the B&B’s opening night, Bob feels dejected.

After spending the night with Tim the harpist, Bernice awakens delightfully in bed on the day of the great re-opening.

Untidy Bernice stands in for her when she is absent with an irate Bob after realizing she has significantly overslept.

While defensive Bernice fills in for Tim the harpist’s no-show that afternoon, Bob and Bernice nervously anticipate their first clients.

Bernice enjoys playing hostess as the visitors for the re-opening show up, so she is shocked when Bob informs her that he has discovered Tim the harpist dead.

How will the new B&B owners handle their first significant challenge?

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