Harry Wassoni was seen filming new scenes for Coronation Street after the brutal assassination of his character, Apple Franklin, in May.
The 21-year-old actor was filmed with co-star Molly Gilger, who played Nina Lucas in the ITV soap, at a location near Carrie Set in Trafford Wharf.
The pair returned to the scene where Saeb and his girlfriend Nina were brutally assaulted along with Milibi Gibson, who introduced Kelly Nellen, Harriet Babe as Summer Spellman and Maximus Evans, to gang-ring leader Corey Brent. Was playing a role.
It is believed that the cast was filming flashback scenes for the soap because of the fact that the night was finally revealed.
Apple and Nina were viciously attacked in a heartbreaking story based on the real-life story of Goth Sophie Lancaster, who died in 2007 after a similar hate attack.
While walking along the canal, after meeting a group of teenage thugs, the young couple was chased and stopped.
The spectators knocked the apple to the ground as they tried to flee, after which their loved ones were told to go to the hospital.
Apple later died of his injuries, and a shattered Nina was fighting for her identity after the attack, and was forced to drink alcohol in an attempt to alleviate the pain.
Scamming Corey tried to evade justice but was eventually charged with murder and GBH.
However, there were shocks when he was released on bail.
After Nina’s grief, the same football star Tommy Orpton’s agent ended up in the same hotel and lost the possibility of their signing.
In retaliation, Corey abused the delicate teenager at Roy Karper’s cafe, making him a “s **** y little gothic devil.”
Nina’s uncle Roy was recovered and PC Craig Tinker arrived to arrest her on suspicion of violating her bail conditions.
Kelly also faced lengthy prison sentences after being involved in Apple’s murder.
Harry, who played Handman and Builder Apple in his first role since 2016, had previously described how he was on the verge of crying when his character died in hospital.
When asked how he feels about the shocking scenes, he said: “It’s really emotional. I was recovering, which is a rare thing for me.”
ITV Soap worked with the Sophie Lancaster Foundation on a shocking story in Sophie’s memory of a man who was killed in a park on the spot.
She and her boyfriend, Robert Maltby, were appointed because they were members of the Goth subculture.
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By working With carrie The foundation, started by Sophie’s mother Sylvia to challenge prejudice and intolerance towards people from alternative subcultures, hopes to reach out to more people to report hate crime. Will be encouraged
Asked about the importance of working with the Sophie Lancaster Foundation on this story, Harry said: “People speculate strongly about how others are expressed through clothing or appearance It also leads to ignorance.
“Sophie was killed as a product of blind hatred and prejudice. It is caused by a lack of understanding or a desire to understand.
“It was a big responsibility to tell and share this idea as truthfully as possible.
“It’s an honor to be trusted. I’m sure it will have the right effect.
“She was listening to the story of Sylvia Lancaster.”