Emmerdale fans have all been saying the same thing as Liv Flaherty was arrested in last night’s episodes (Thursday, December 2).
Last week, Ben was murdered by Meena Jutla, however it seems like Liv is going to get the blame.
Liv and Ben got into an argument a few hours before his death and shortly before Meena killed him, Ben found Liv drunk in the HOP.
The two got into another argument and Ben recorded Liv being aggressive towards him. Drunk, Liv took Ben’s phone and left.
Soon Meena killed Ben as he found footage of her trying to drown Victoria.
Meanwhile outside the HOP, Lydia found Liv being sick and tried to help, but Liv told her to leave her alone.
Ben’s body was found the next day and soon Lydia found Ben’s phone in Liv’s washing.
Liv and Lydia found the video and Liv told Aaron about it. Although they agreed to keep quiet about the video, Lydia contacted the police about the video.
In last night’s scenes, the detectives turned up in the village along with two other police cars to arrest Liv on suspicion of Ben’s murder.
However viewers were questioning why they needed so many officers to arrest one person.
#Emmerdale. Do they need police in 3 cars to take Liv in for questioning?
— sonia stephenson (@soniast94597425) December 2, 2021
Pretty sure it doesn't take THREE police cars to arrest ONE person. 😂😂😂 #Emmerdale
— Katie🖤 (@worrall247) December 2, 2021
In #Emmerdale the police need to have 3 police cars to bring one teen to the station. The police aren’t underfunded! They spend all the money on petrol driving into the countryside in 3 cars. pic.twitter.com/DDMw21Hjxf
— DrRomeo (@DrRomeo21) December 2, 2021
— Michelle Jones (@MeeshyJay) December 2, 2021
— Doogle129 (@doogle129) December 2, 2021
#Emmerdale 3 police cars to pick up Liv? 🤔🤔🤔
— Bobby Dazzler (@unsworth1live) December 2, 2021
Does it really take 2 police cars and an unmarked car to arrest one wee lassie? #Emmerdale
— TaniaWren 🏴 (@TaniaWren) December 2, 2021
Emmerdale: Liv charged with murder
Liv was taken in by police and news spread in the village that Liv was arrested for Ben’s murder.
She told police that she had no memory of what happened the night Ben died.
They told her they found her DNA on Ben and with the video, it wasn’t looking good for Liv.
She later rang Aaron to tell him she had been charged with Ben’s murder, but begged him to believe she didn’t do it.
Emmerdale usually airs weeknights at 7pm on ITV, with an extra episode at 8pm on Thursdays.
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