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Emmerdale confirms Noah Dingle's release after stalking storyline

He's back in the village.

Emmerdale spoilers follow.

Emmerdale has confirmed that Noah Dingle will be released from prison next week.

Noah was sentenced to three months behind bars in June as a punishment for stalking Chloe Harris, but he's now being granted his freedom early due to good behaviour.

In next week's episodes, Amelia Spencer continues her attempts to secretly see Noah at the prison.

Amelia tries to steal the latest visiting order sent to Gabby Thomas at Home Farm, but Kim Tate catches her out.

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Shortly afterwards, Kim and Gabby both fill in Amelia's dad Dan about how the troubled teen has been secretly visiting Noah.

Noah's mum Charity is also surprised when she finds out what's going on, so she quizzes Amelia for further details.

Amelia discloses that Noah will be released in a matter of days, which is also new information for Charity.

Before long, Noah gets home but stubbornly shuns his mother.

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Noah continues to blame Charity for his prison stint, unable to forgive her for reporting him to the police and handing over evidence of his stalking.

Speaking in June before the sentencing episode aired, Emma Atkins – who plays Charity – suggested that a permanent rift could develop between the two characters.

She said at the time: "If the outcome is jail, I think it would cause a permanent break in their relationship. It'd be hard to mend what has been broken.

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"I think there's definitely elements of Noah understanding how wrong he's been. You do see the vulnerability of this young boy, but he's got to take responsibility for his actions because what he did was absolutely the wrong thing to do.

"I think it's really interesting for the audience to see their relationship and how it's fractured. Hopefully there'll be a good ending."

Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7.30pm on ITV and streams on the ITV Hub.

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