In future Emmerdale scenes, Lydia Dingle (Karen Blick), who was raped by Craig Reed (Ben Addis), thinks she is unable to report the crime to the police.
The actress recently talked about the gruesome plot that will be seen this month on television.
Her fear of being believed and her desire to avoid upsetting her family, according to Karen, were the causes of her hesitation.
She is considering others; what will this have on Sam? She says, “I’m going to pretend this didn’t happen,” just wanting it to be over.
“Weeks later and further out, I can see the frustration in her “if only” thoughts.”
After the terrifying experience, Lydia is in shock, and Craig drives her home while pretending as if nothing happened.
As the water streams over her as she stands in the shower after rushing inside, she begins to sob in silence.
Sam Dingle (James Hooton), Lydia’s husband, is kept in the dark about Lydia’s decision to conceal the clothing she was wearing at the time of the assault.
In upcoming episodes of the ITV soap, who can Lydia confide in regarding the assault?
According to Karen, Kim [Tate] is a clear pick because she has suspicions.
The following day, she reports to work, and Kim tries to question her since she notices something is off.
Lydia simply clams up and says, “I’m not going there, and I’m not talking about this.”
“I think Kim would offer the distance she needs from her family,” she continued.
Despite the fact that Lydia is close to Mandy Dingle (Lisa Riley), Karen claimed she is afraid Lydia would tell Sam.
The actress explained that Lydia’s primary concern is for other people and that she doesn’t want Sam to be in pain or upset.
What will happen given her knowledge of the Dingles? Will Craig be followed around? If they can’t obtain traditional justice, would the Dingles look for retribution in another way?
As a result, Kim offers that separation, but the two women also maintain their friendship. Kim, in my opinion, will be a trustworthy source of counsel and direction.