ANNA Windass could be making a shock Coronation Street comeback to finish off killer Pat Phelan.
The cafe worker – who is played by actress Debbie Rush in the ITV soap – was jailed for five years after Phelan framed her for the attempted murder of Seb Franklin, but now it’s been claimed she could return sooner than anyone thought.
Fans are convinced actress Debbie hinted at her own comeback, saying:
“There’s more to be had within Anna’s mind, and that she’s thinking about what she can do, how she can bring him down and how she can finally bring the big baddie Phelan to justice.”
Anna could join Phelan’s daughter Nicola Rubinstein in her own scheme to expose her father.
The social worker – who is played by actress Nicola Thorp in the ITV soap – walked into Phelan’s office after Anna Windass was sent to prison after the evil builder framed her for attempted murder.
She seemed to forgive her father when she spoke to him.
Nicola told him: “I owe you an apology. I read about Anna being found guilty. I should have believed you about everything.
“Why did I swallow her lies? The jury saw right through her, why didn’t I? You always said she had a grudge against you, I should never had listened to her.
“It made me think about what else I’d accused you of so I went back to see Lydia. Maybe she was wrong about you and my mum.
“She admitted she may had misinterpreted some of what my mum said.”
Viewers know that Phelan raped Nicola’s mother, just like he raped Anna.
“What a fool. I’d just accepted what everyone told me.”
However, when Gary spotted Nicola, he furiously rowed with her, forcing Nicola to defend him.
But later, Nicola made him come to her flat and revealed her true plan – she’s only forgiven Phelan in an effort to finish what Anna started, expose his crimes and put an end to his reign of terror.
“I told her about Luke, about everything,” Seb said as he spoke about Phelan murdering Luke, before Nicola revealed she will do anything to stop her father.
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“I’m his weakest link, I’m the one person he wants to trust more than anyone else
“He’d never hurt me or his grandchild,”
she said before returning to the cobbles to move into Phelan’s house.