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Coronation Street: Mark Frost teases Ray Crosby’s downfall

Ray has been making plans to build on top of the street

Coronation Street star Mark Frost has teased a potential downfall for his character Ray Crosby.

Currently Ray is planning to buy all the properties on the cobbles, so he can destroy the street and use it for a new development.

And it was revealed this week his accomplice is Kevin Webster’s sister, Debbie Webster.

Ray has been planning to destroy the street (Credit: ITV)

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Elaborating on Debbie and Ray’s relationship, Ray actor Mark Frost told Inside Soap: “As often is the case with Ray, he likes to mix business with pleasure, so he and Debbie had a relationship in the past.

His own arrogance may also cause him trouble in the future.

“I think Debbie has the measure of Ray – she knows what a reprobate he is in terms of his relationship life and sexual life, but she’s prepared to sort of bypass that because he is a good businessman.”

Debbie is working with Ray (Credit: ITV)

Mark admitted that he believes Ray likes getting on over on people.

He added: “Every sale he can get is a big victory. Also, Ray enjoys the duplicitous nature of it – he likes the game, and as much as money is an issue, I think he enjoys getting one over on people as well.

Coronation Street: Ray’s potential downfall

However Mark also hinted Ray’s overconfidence could lead to his downfall.

He continued: “So I think there are people definitely out to get him. Abi is certainly out for vengeance, that’s kind of obvious – and Kevin’s none to pleased with Ray either.

Mark also hinted Ray’s overconfidence could lead to his downfall (Credit: ITV)

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“But I think more and more people are beginning to become aware of just who he is – he’d slipped under the radar until now. His own arrogance may also cause him trouble in the future.”

Coronation Street airs on Mondays and Wednesdays 7.30pm and 8.30pm with an hour long episode at 7.30 on Fridays on ITV

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