Emmerdale exit as fans plead with soap to kill off 'moaning' character

Emmerdale fans took to social media following Wednesday's episode pleading with the soap to "kill off" one major character.

Despite Caleb Milligan (played by Will Ash) knowing it was Nicky (Lewis Cope) who pushed him, Mackenzie Boyd (Lawrence Robb) is the police's main suspect.

It is unclear whether Caleb will let Mack take the fall for Nicky's crime, but one person who has turned against the farmer is Chloe Harris (Jessie Elland).

As Mack arrived home from the police station, Chloe was packing her bags to leave.

"What are you doing?" Mack asked as Chloe simply replied: "I am leaving."

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"You weren't going to leave me a note?" Mack asked. "Chloe, what about us?"

She hit back: "There isn't really an us anymore, not ever since you made it clear saving your own skin is more important than your son.

"You wanted me to lie for you. What happened if they found out then I'd be charged too, what would happen with Reuben?"

"Chloe I didn't do it," Mack insisted. "You've got to believe me."

Fans seem to be fed up with Chloe and Mack's storyline, with many fans pleading with the soap to "kill off" Chloe.

Taking to Twitter, @lori_sutton penned: "C’mon #Emmerdale please kill off moaning Chloe and let MacKenzie & Charity get back together - the baby can stay with them." (sic)

@ASuperGav shared: "Keep walking, Chloe #Emmerdale."

While @McsEmma added: "#emmerdale Chloe just goooooo!!! No one wants you there."

@Matt528chap tweeted: "Keep walking Chloe and.....don't come back." (sic)

"How many times has Chloe packed her bags? And she's still there! #emmerdale," @cassam101 commented.

@pam_debeauvoir went on: "Wait, what! Now Chloe's changed her mind about Mackenzie....but at least she's off the scene for a while #Emmerdale."

@itzzzo_ wrote: "I do wish that Chloe means it every time she says she's leaving."

Emmerdale airs weekdays at 7.30pm on ITV.

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