In tonight's Emmerdale, Tracy Metcalfe (Amy Walsh) was hell-bent on reporting Kerry Wyatt (Laura Norton) and Amy Wyatt (Natalie Ann Jamieson) to the police over the factory fire.
Kerry was still unconscious after she hit her head on a slab after a scuffle with Tracy last week, and Amy was taunting the grieving blonde, telling her she'd get her done for GBH or attempted murder.
After leaving the hospital, Tracy returned home and told sister Vanessa (Michelle Hardwick) and Charity Dingle (Emma Atkins) about her plan to go to the police.
They were adamant it was a bad idea though, as Amy had warned she'd go to the police about Kerry's accident and point the blame at Tracy if she did.
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Tracy was hysterical though, clearly desperate to get justice for her dad Frank (Michael Praed), who died in the fire that was accidentally started when Kerry and Amy broke into the factory.
Taking things into her own hands, Charity locked Tracy in a cupboard under the stairs to make sure she physically couldn't go to the police.
Tracy could be heard screaming for Charity and Vanessa to let her out, and fans were in stitches watching the action unfold.
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One tweeted: "Charity putting Tracy in a f***ing cupboard, I'm dead. I screamed."
Another laughed: "Nice one Charity, put the naughty child in time out."
A third said: "You go Charity. Best scene of the year."
Someone else wrote: "Whoa there… is Tracy going to become Harry Potter 2.0?"
And a fifth added: "Charity locking Tracy under the stairs to cool off. Screaming! Charity Dingle I love you."
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Later, Kerry woke up in hospital, much to the delight of daughter Amy.
But it looks like things won't be settled any time soon, as, once she was freed, Tracy stormed off.
She told Vanessa and Charity: "I was glad she's not dead – I still am.
"I didn't want to be a killer, I was never going to be. It was Amy trying it on."
She fumed: "After everything they've done, I cannot let them get away with this."
It seems Tracy won't rest until she's got the justice she craves.
Emmerdale continues weeknights at 7pm on ITV.
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