Corrie's Tyrone Dobbs fears Cassie Plummer relapse in new scenes

Coronation Street spoilers follow.

Tyrone Dobbs will confront his long-lost mum Cassie Plummer over her alcohol abuse in new scenes of Coronation Street.

Cassie continues to settle into life on the cobbles now that she's living with Tyrone at No.9. But things between the mother and son will get tense in an upcoming storyline, with Tyrone being worried about Cassie's alcohol consumption.

The soap will see Tyrone be concerned about his mum, who has a history of drug abuse, after he finds her drunk at The Rovers.

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At the pub, Cassie talks Dev and Kirk into a game of gin rummy and orders Dev to get the drinks in. When Tyrone returns, he finds a drunk Cassie and drags her home.

Fearing this could be the start of a downward spiral, Tyrone makes sure Cassie drinks a pint of water before bed and warns her against blowing her recovery, telling her how proud of her he is.

Later in the week, Tyrone may be in for some fresh disappointment when Cassie is nowhere to be found.

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Before her disappearance, Tyrone hands Cassie £20 and asks her to buy something for dinner, with his mum assuring him she won't be spending the money on alcohol.

Heading to the dentist, Tyrone persuades Evelyn to look after the girls. But when he returns from his appointment, there's still no sign of Cassie. Knowing better, Evelyn warns him to expect the worst.

Earlier this month, Cassie revealed her real identity to Tyrone after returning to Weatherfield with Evelyn following some time away.

Coronation Street airs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8pm on ITV1 and streams on ITVX.

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Alcohol Change UK offers information, advice and support with their questions about drinking and the problems that can sometimes be caused by alcohol. For more information, visit Alcohol Change UK's website. Drinkline also offers free, confidential advice to anyone who is concerned about their own or someone else's drinking on 0300 123 1110 (weekdays 9am–8pm, weekends 11am–4pm). Readers can also contact Drinkaware.

For more on drug addiction and dependency, including information and support, please visit FRANK or Action on Addiction.

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