Coronation Street spoilers: Curtis Delamere lies to get access to Oliver's fund from Steve McDonald
CURTIS Delamere lies to get access to Oliver's fund from Steve McDonald next week in Coronation Street.
The student – played by Sam Retford in the ITV soap – is keen to raise some money for Steve and Leanne Battersby's son by doing the Three Peaks Challenge.
Oliver sadly died back in November 2020 after battling with a life-limiting form of mitochondrial disease.
Curtis, who is engaged to Steve's daughter Emma, agrees to do the challenge so that he can put money towards the fund.
However, Emma gets worried because Curtis suffers from a heart condition, and it could put him at risk.
The waitress then asks if he would like her to do it with him, to which he politely declines.
Meanwhile Emma's half-sister Amy Barlow reveals to her mum Karen and dad Steve that she wants to go off to university and study business.
Tracy is fuming with his promises to Emma and tells the co-owner of Street Cars that he has to make Emma downsize her wedding.
Amy overhears them all talking about the future and decides that she'd rather stay close to home for her education instead to make it easier for everyone.
While all this is going on, Curtis sets off for the fundraising event.
The waiter organises to meet with a charity worker and it comes very clear that Curtis isn't going to the the Three Peaks Challenge.
Was there a reason why he was so adamant that he wanted to do it alone?
What is Curtis up to?
Fans of the hit show have grown suspicious of Curtis in recent weeks.
Earlier this month they were convinced he's lying about his illness after string of "highly suspicious" clues.
He often tries not to disclose too much information about his life-threatening condition.
Th medical student also fainted recently and played down the seriousness of his situation.
- Coronation Street airs on ITV
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