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Coronation Street’s Gemma Winter devastated as social services take drastic action

CORONATION Street’s Gemma Winter has been left devastated by social services after they made a decision about her tonight.

The barmaid – who is played by actress Dolly-Rose Campbell in the soap – has four children of her own and a stepson, Joseph.

She unintentionally poisoned Joseph earlier this week and took him to the hospital.

Social services started looking into Gemma’s behaviour.

Due to Gemma’s actions during the past few months, Chesney was questioned in the hospital.

Ultimately, he had to return home with the woman from child protection, which ruined Paul Foreman’s last Christmas with his mother Bernie.

Joseph was taken to the hospital after she unintentionally poisoned him earlier this week.

Social services began examining Gemma’s actions.

Chesney was questioned in the hospital because of what Gemma had done over the last few months.

Ultimately, Paul Foreman’s final Christmas with his mother Bernie was marred by having to bring the woman from child protection back home.

“I think it would be best if Gemma vacated the house for a short time, just until I have finished my investigation,” she said to Gemma and Chesney.

“It won’t last long, and it appears that your family is there to support you.”

Additionally, all of your time spent with your kids needs to be monitored. You must always have a designated adult with you.

“It’s crucial till this inquiry is finished. If you don’t agree to follow these guidelines, I’ll have to suggest that your kids be placed in foster care until I finish my report.

Fans of Coronation Street reacted to the news with mixed emotions on social media, with Gemma being distraught.

One wrote: “I actually feel sorry for Gemma you know.”

A second said: “Never take your kids to the hospital folks.”

Another added: “Poor Gemma she’s doing her best.”

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