Emmerdale spoilers: Ellis Chapman in trouble as dad Al stalks him

Ellis Chapman (played by Asan N’Jie) has been wrapped up in a fair share of violent drama on the long-running ITV series as he was stabbed during the Big Night Out and later diagnosed with PTSD.

However, Ellis is set to be hit with yet another bombshell as next week will see him discover he is being followed by his long-lost dad.

In an upcoming episode, Ellis heads back home with Marlon Dingle (Mark Charnock) after his mum Jessie Dingle (Sandra Marvin) has a drunken outburst in the Woolpack.

However, the group doesn’t know that they are being watched from far away.

Ellis’ father is spotted wandering the Dales by Marlon, who is shocked to discover his is the farther of Jessie’s son.

The next day Ellis sees a potential client and is shocked when the client is revealed to be the mysterious stalker.

Later that same day, Ellis tries to open up to Jessie about the meeting but their conversation is cut short by a loud car horn.

Ellis storms outside to investigate to find the watchful figure was his long-lost farther Al.

But why has he walked into his son’s life now after missing so much?

Moreover, will Ellis be pleased to see him?

The motive for his return is yet to be revealed and it’s almost certain Ellis will be suspicious of his intentions.

Elsewhere, Emmerdale villain Maya Stepney (played by Louisa Clein) is still causing distress to the village after her horrific abuse storyline.

Maya is currently serving time for grooming schoolboy Jacob Gallagher (Joe-Warren Plant) but she is still finding new ways to torture the villagers.

Emmerdale headteacher Jessie had no idea Maya had been manipulating Jacob for months and her handling of the issue will lead to her being sacked.

In upcoming episodes Jessie will face the aftermath of the haunting scandal and it’s not long before some of the Dale residents turn against the headteacher.

Nicola King (Nicola Wheeler) hits out at the former head for failing to fulfil her role in protecting the children.

Later on in the episode, Jessie soon hits back after being confronted in The Woolpack.

Feeling unfairly attacked, she is quick to set the record straight, revealing a series of shocking truths about the children in the village.

But her outburst leaves her feeling even more isolated and heads on a downward spiral.

Emmerdale airs weeknights on ITV at 7pm.

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