Coronation Street actress Paula Lane has revealed that her troublesome character Kylie Turner is set to face the consequences of selling her little boy Max to sister Becky Mc Donald (Katherine Kelly) after he is taken into care when her husband David Platt (Jack P. Shepherd) reports Becky to the police for buying the child. The actress who joined the soap last year as the nasty character says that we will finally get to see a different side of Kylie.
Speaking on ITV chatshow This Morning, Lane said: ''It (the secret about why Max is living with Becky) is a really big think for Kylie, because she's just started this marriage, she's very happy, she's got this new nail bar in the salon with all these fabulous colours - she's a business woman. But now it's going to be really tricky for her. There's just this massive ordeal that is going to take place.'' The actress was on the show ahead of the storyline as well as to discuss her British Soap Award nomination for Best Newcomer.
Lane added: ''Kylie's not proud of what's happened, and I think you'll see that coming over the course of the next six months. I'm determined to keep her raw and gritty for as long as possible. I don't want her to dilute into this easygoing person - I want her to keep shocking, keep being unpredictable and allow the viewers to carry on enjoying her, really.''
Viewers will see the action unfold over summer as Becky has a meltdown after her nephew is taken into care, blaming Tracy Barlow (Kate Ford) and attempting to kill her by driving a sledge hammer into the Barlow home before she tries to steal Max back from his foster parents' house. This is all in the lead up to Becky's exit as Kylie's sister is set to leave Weatherfield in 2012.