They stayed out of fear if they would finally get right after the shock testimony of his wife.
But Emmerdale fans had lost tears of joy on Wednesday night, because Charity Dingle finally saw that Di Bails was found guilty of rape after years of teenage treatment at the hands of the policeman.
While they were going to Twitter to celebrate the 30-year prison sentence of Bails, others were in the aftermath afraid of Charity's state of mind, because the episode episodes only saw her fall apart in her bedroom.
Emotional: Emmerdale fans were moved to tears on Wednesday evening when Charity Dingle gave up on the news that DI Bails was sent down for rape
Charity seemed to be a woman on the edge of the exciting episode because she admitted from the outset that she could not challenge the verdict in court.
The episode of Tuesday night saw the goddess struggling to come across as a teenager through a testimony of Bails & # 39; (Rocky Marshall), which led to the birth of son Ryan (James Moore) who for years thought she was had died.
Although it seemed as if the jury was joining her side, Bail's wife Chloe made a surprise appearance in court, desperate to reject Charity's stories as cheating and Bails & # 39; as a good man dedicated to the troops To paint.
After a private conversation with the former flame Cain (Jess Hordley), Charity went to court, where she and the Dingles were happy that Bails was found guilty of rape, held love and took advantage of her prostitution.
Heartbreaking: Tense scenes saw police officer Bails finally get justice for his horrific abuse of charity when she was a teenager
At odds: a surprising testimony of his wife Chloe left Charity adamant, but he was not found guilty of his crimes
Downstairs: fans rejoiced about the news that Bails was found guilty of rape, caught love and took advantage of her prostitution
The policeman was then sentenced to 30 years in prison and Charity seemed almost stunned of shock when he returned to the cells.
End scenes saw Charity struggling to keep her power alongside girlfriend Vanessa (Michelle Hardwick), before they only split up in tears in the darkened bedroom.
Fans took Twitter on their turns to compliment the performance of actress Emma Atkins in the episode, admitting that they were tearful by Charity's struggle to cope with the aftermath.
One wrote: & # 39; The perfect, and certainly well deserved conclusion of the storyline of child rape of tonight! Phenomenal acting by Emma Atkins during, and especially during the last few days during the tests !! Emmerdale I applaud you again! & # 39;
Heartbreaking: despite the support of her friend Vanessa during the ordeal, Charity only went into her bedroom after Bails was sentenced to 30 years
Astonishing: actress Emma Atkins was praised for her scenes, which came only a few days later after she won the TV Choice Awards for best soap actress
Proud: viewers flocked to Twitter to praise the performance of actress Emma, because they were looking forward to the aftermath
Aftermath: Emmerdale bosses who have bullied Charity's lovers will see her struggling to cope in the coming weeks, throwing the bottle and chasing girlfriend Vanessa
Another wrote: & Poor neighborly love. Emma has really proven what a good actress she is with this storyline. & # 39;
A third came: Emmerdale, I just want to give her so many hugs. & # 39;
Emmerdale bosses who have bullied the lovers of Charity will see her struggling in the coming weeks to cope, throw the bottle and chase away friend Vanessa.
It will fall on Charitas' co-hostess Chas (Lucy Pargeter) to try to get her back to her usual feisty self, and fans will have to wait and see if she can leave the traumatic ordeal behind.
Emmerdale continues on Thursday 13 September at 7:00 pm and 8:00 pm on ITV.
What's next? Emmerdale continues on Thursday 13 September at 7:00 pm and 8:00 pm on ITV