Emmerdale's Marlon Dingle will face the consequences after disowning his family it's been revealed, with the character "broken" over his time in prison.
Spoilers for the ITV soap have confirmed that next week, following his release, he will lash out and turn on his family.
It comes about after he loses trust in the Dingle clan, especially with cousin Charity Dingle who hid the fact she and son Ryan stole money from Graham Foster the day he died.
Graham had forced Ryan to steal it from Kim Tate's account for him, but Charity and Ryan took it.
Believing this could have proved his innocence over Graham's murder, a betrayed Marlon calls her out in front of everyone.
It's not long before he's hitting out at others too, before making the decision to ditch them all.
There will be consequences of this, actor Mark Charnock has confirmed.
Not only that, but viewers will see a "damaged" Marlon as he struggles with his experience in prison.
Mark said: "I think Marlon is quite broken and damaged by his experience in prison.
"He thinks the Dingles should look after each other, but from his point of view, they didn't have his back this time and looked after themselves. He's so shocked and disappointed, but mainly furious!
"I don't think Marlon realises quite how much he needs his family. He's always relied on them and he loves them. He thinks the world of them, but he's just lashing out because of his situation."
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He added: "The consequences coming up are really interesting and great. There's also stuff coming up for Marlon in late spring that I'm really excited about."
On Marlon's fury at Charity, Mark went on: "Marlon really goes after Charity and overreacts massively, although what she and Ryan did was pretty bad!
"They kept the money and tried to deflect any suspicion away from themselves. If they'd just come forward, it would have proved that other people could have killed Graham. So he's incandescent with Charity and Ryan."
Marlon ends up kicking out stepsons Billy and Ellis too, but how far will he go?
Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7pm on ITV, with an extra episode at 8pm on Thursdays.