Emmerdale Aaron returns as spoilers confirm arrest after Liv assault horror

Emmerdale favourite Aaron Dingle (Danny Miller) returns to the village next week.

Liv Flaherty (Isobel Steele) is grateful for Paddy Kirk’s (Dominic Brunt) support when he persuades her to take a day off work.

Meanwhile, Terry (Neil Bell) lurks and Liv returns home to find him waiting for her and demands she retract her statement to the police.

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As Liv fights against Terry, he ends up knocking her down as she falls she hits her head on the table and falls unconscious.

Terry panics and looking to bolt, he runs straight into a familiar face, her brother Aaron.

Aaron attacks Terry but Harriet Finch (Kathrerine Dow Blyton) arrives on the scene before he can inflict any further damage.

Liv remains unresponsive and the Paramedics are called whilst Aaron is arrested.

Chas Dingle (Lucy Pargeter) is surprised to see her son Aaron, who is contesting his own arrest.

Later in the week, Vinny Dingle's (Bradley Johnson) frantic when he arrives at the hospital to a still unconscious Liv and is surprised to hear Aaron was there to protect her.

Chas rages at Harriet when she refuses her demands to release Aaron. When he's finally released, Aaron and Chas head to see Liv, concerned about her condition.

Aaron arrives at the hospital to see Liv in hospital but is sternly denied by Vinny, who insists Liv wants nothing to do with him.

Aaron’s crestfallen, now wondering if his return to make amends was a mistake.

Will Liv make a recovery and can Aaron make it up to his sister Liv who previously admitted she could never forgive him?

It was revealed last month that Aaron will be heading back in time for the show's 50th anniversary.

Confirming the news, producer Kate Brooks said: "We have the return of some very familiar faces to the Dales.

"Diane, Aaron and Tracy will all be making a reappearance, albeit on a temporary basis."

"They’ll come back and be at the heart of some really big stories that’ll impact their lives and the lives of the characters they leave behind. It’s all really exciting and it’s all brilliant."

Elizabeth Estensen and Amy Walsh will be reprising their roles as Diane and Amy.

Emmerdale airs weeknights on ITV at 7.30pm

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