Spoilers: Steve loses Oliver in Corrie as he and Leanne battle it out in court?

Steve McDonald (Simon Gregson) made an enemy of Leanne Tilsley (Jane Danson) during tonight’s instalment of Coronation Street, and he could end up losing what rights he has to Oliver as Leanne decided to seek legal advice from Imran Habeeb (Charlie de Melo).

Leanne was fuming when she learned that Steve left Oliver under Summer Spellman’s (Matilda Freeman) supervision so that he could check on Emma Brooker (Alexandra Mardell), as it was during this exact moment that the little lad had a seizure.

The animosity has been rife between her and Steve ever since, but Nick Tilsley (Ben Price) was hellbent on ensuring the two made peace for the benefit of Oliver — something which never came to pass as a result of Leanne discovering Steve had sought legal advice.

As the pair argued over dinner, Leanne refused to allow Oliver to go home with his dad — who was on parenting duty on this particular occasion — but Nick managed to talk her round once more.

However, she stumbled upon an argument between Steve and Amy (Elle Mulvaney) — which was in regards to the party that was held at No.1 — and therefore she reconsidered again.

Steve was less than pleased with her attitude, and berated her for telling him when and where he can see his son.

Leanne continued to argue, and suggested that he consult Maxwell Newton — the family lawyer Imran put him in touch with — and she would consult Imran and see where things go from there.


Steve seemed worried as Leanne marched off once more.

Will the pair end up in court fighting over custody of their son?

If so, will Steve lose the rights he currently has?

Or will they reconsider and agree to sort things out between themselves?

Coronation Street continues Monday April 20 at 7:30pm on ITV.

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