EMMERDALE viewers are disgusted with Meena Jutla after she lied about Dawn Taylor being a child abuser.

The serial killer – who is played by actress Paige Sandhu in the ITV soap – told Dawn’s ex Alex that his son Lucas was in danger from Dawn.



He had arrived in the village tonight wanting to see his son after years away.

It transpired that Alex was the man who forced Dawn to take heroin and then forced her to work as a prostitute to fund his habit.

Dawn was made to allow him to see Lucas after he told the boy he is his dad.

She offered him an hour after he calmed down from attacking her and Billy Fletcher.

As Alex phoned his mum to give her the good news, Meena snuck over and tried to ruin everything.

“You’re Lucas’ father, right?” she said as she pretended to be a concerned nurse risking her career to tell him the truth.

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She said: “I think there’s something you should know about his mum and that guy who tried to attack you.

“Don’t be fooled by the dog collar – the vicar drinks. Social services were involved and Lucas almost went back into care. 

“And Dawn checking your arm for needle marks – you should be doing that to her. 

“And Billy isn’t long out of prison, GBH I think. I don’t normally get involved in people’s business but he’s a vulnerable little boy. 

“I wouldn’t be able to sleep at night if I didn’t speak up. That’s why I’m taking the risk of telling you – you have to help him. 

“Somebody has to protect Lucas.”

Alex fell for Dawn’s lies – and

One wrote: "Just when you think Meena can’t get any worse she does."

A second said: "Omg, don’t this crazy woman stop."

Another added: "Meena just gets meaner and meaner."

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