Emmerdale’s Tom King’s abuse secrets exposed in villagers’ shocking discovery

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Emmerdale’s Tom King’s abusive secret is finally exposed tonight – and the woman who finds out is on a mission to save pregnant Belle Dingle.

The cruel vet, played by actor James Chase in the ITV soap, has been terrorising his wife Belle with his controlling, violent and humiliating behaviour for months.

Belle Dingle's suffering may soon end as Wendy realizes something is seriously wrong

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Belle Dingle’s suffering may soon end as Wendy realizes something is seriously wrongCredit: ITV
Wendy seems to know exactly what kind of man Tom is.

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Wendy seems to know exactly what kind of man Tom is.Credit: ITV

Belle suffered in silence, afraid to tell anyone what was happening to her, while Tom made those around her believe she was abusive towards him.

But tonight, Tom got too involved and Belle pregnancy To his family.

A terrified Belle tried desperately to hide her shock, but Tom then made an appointment and the two went to the doctor for her pregnancy check.

“I just wanted to make sure everything was OK,” Tom said, then added, “Oh, I remember now, can you make sure the system sends me all of the Bell booking details as well?”

“I just want to make sure she’s on top of things.”

However, nurse Wendy Posner soon discovers what Tom really wants and finally gets to know him for who he really is.

She quickly and professionally dismissed Tom, saying, “That wasn’t a request” when he refused.

After Wendy left Belle alone, she said, “Belle, I need you to listen to me. Are you okay?”

Belle was hesitant, but opened up a little, so Wendy told her, “Whatever you tell me, I’ll keep it just here in this room. You can trust me.”

Emmerdale’s Belle continues to be gaslighted by husband Tom

It was clear that Wendy knew exactly what kind of man Tom was, but the question was, what would she do?

Having already faced an abusive husband, can Wendy save Belle?

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