Corrie's Katy Armstrong will consider aborting her child as her teenage pregnancy storyline begins, it has been reported. The young girl will start to consider an abortion after her control mad father Owen (Ian Puleston-Davies) tries to convince her that she is too young to become a parent.
According to The Daily Star, the schoolgirl played by Georgia May Foote who is pregnant with her and Chesney Brown's (Sam Aston) child begins to consider her options after Chesney goes missing in an upcoming storyline leading her to believe that he has abandoned her and doesn't want to have the responsibility of a child to look after. However, unbeknown to Katy, the real reason that Chesney has disappeared is that he's being held hostage by brother-in-law John Stape (Graham Hawley).
With the mysterious absence of her boyfriend, Owen begins to interfere in Katy's life by implying that the situation proves that they are too immature to bring up a child of their own. Finally agreeing with her father, Katy agrees to let him take her to an abortion clinic.
In a shock twist, on the day of the planned visit, Chesney's sister Fiz Stape (Jennie McAlpine) finally tracks down the whereabouts of her brother and discovers the truth behind husband John's terrible plan, just in time to inform Ches of Katy's decision.
Shocked and annoyed at the situation Owen has got his daughter into, Chesney faces a race against time as he tries to catch up with Katy before she makes a massive mistake. An insider for the ITV soap teased: ''John has caused the death and destruction of so many lives. Could Katy's unborn baby be yet another victim? Or maybe Chesney will get to her in time.''