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Coronation Street's Ryan Connor makes a big decision in steroids storyline

Coronation Street spoilers follow.

Ryan Connor has made a big decision as he continues abusing steroids in Coronation Street.

He has been struggling to cope with the physical scars he's endured from becoming the unintended victim of an acid attack on Daisy's wedding day.

In recent days, Ryan has become obsessed with bulking up as he's started posing on an OnlyFans-style adult site and it has already caused some health concerns.

In Wednesday's (August 23) episode, Ryan was determined to make money from his social media account even though Daisy and Sean warned him he may have to sell adult photos to do so.

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Ryan was initially swayed by Daisy's warning, but seemingly changed his mind when he later discovered that she was moving in with Daniel.

He channeled his frustration by creating a secret account on the O-Vidz adult site and posted his first photo.

Before long, money started streaming in from subscribers, yet he lied to Carla by insisting he'd be able to pay his own way now because he's become an online fitness influencer.

Ryan handed over £30 from his first set of subscriptions and then announced he would even cook the tea for the night, as a thank you to Carla and Peter.

However, Ryan was later disheartened when he checked the comments on his account and a few followers encouraged him to bulk up if he wanted more cash.

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Ryan angrily slammed down the laptop and then looked toward the bin, where he'd thrown out his supply of steroids. He pulled the steroids out of the bin and injected himself to end the episode…

Coronation Street airs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8pm on ITV1 and streams on ITVX.

Read more Coronation Street spoilers on our dedicated homepage.


Coronation Street has been working on Ryan's storyline with guidance from The Katie Piper Foundation and Acid Survivors Trust International (ASTI), which both offer help and support to real-life survivors.

For more on drug addiction and dependency, including information and support, please visit FRANK or Action on Addiction.

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