Meena kills Aaron in Emmerdale after Ben's murder as Danny Miller exits?

Meena Jutla (Paige Sandhu) has committed murder once more in Emmerdale, taking the life of Ben Tucker (Simon Lennon) to cover her own tracks.

Ben had stumbled upon camera footage from the survival event disaster in his quest to clear his name, and he made a discovery which changed everything.

The camera had recorded Meena’s attempt to drown Victoria Barton (Isabel Hodgins), and – upon getting wind of such a thing – the killer headed up to HOP to have a peek.

Ben, having no clue she was intent on killing him, showed her the footage, prompting her to come clean, revealing that it’s her in the video, and she was attempting to kill Victoria.

Horrified, Ben made a run for it with the camera, but an accident ensued, as Meena fell and hit her head.

Ben thought long and hard about his next move, and ultimately he decided on assisting Meena. But it turns out it was all part of a twisted game, as Meena attacked him with an oar, beating him to death.

Aaron Dingle (Danny Miller), meanwhile, has no idea that his boyfriend is dead, which begs the question of just what will happen when he finds out?

Will he launch his own brand of investigation in the hopes of discovering who killed Ben? If so, will Meena be forced to take action once more in an effort to prevent her murderous secrets from being exposed?

Danny Miller, who is competing in the current series of I’m A Celebrity, announced earlier this month that he is leaving Emmerdale, which means Aaron will be saying goodbye to the village.

And given the developments of Thursday’s (November 25) offering of the ITV soap, one can’t help but wonder if Aaron could perhaps become Meena’s next victim?

Time will tell!

Emmerdale continues Friday November 26 at 7pm on ITV.

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