Kelly Neelan is terrified as the police try to work out what happened the night of the attack on Nina Lucas and Seb Franklin.
The net is closing in on Kelly Neelan and Corey Brent after the horrific hate crime that saw Nina Lucas and Seb Franklin rushed to hospital.
Having been arrested for the crime, Kelly finds herself being grilled by the police as they try to piece together what happened.
Police search for evidence
Toyah can only watch in horror as the police arrive at their flat to gather evidence against Kelly, searching her belongings for anything they can find that links her to the crime.
As the police ask Kelly questions she is clearly terrified and refuses to answer anything.
Eventually the police let her go and she returns home with Imran.
However, Toyah's relief to see her is short-lived when Imran confesses that Kelly is far from out of the woods and things aren't looking good at all.
Elsewhere Summer has also confessed to what she was up to that evening... having told Todd that she was that the gartering with Corey and Kelly.
Despite the fact Summer left before the attack happened, Billy is horrified that she went joyriding in a stolen car with Corey and his mates.
Billy tells Summer she must confess everything to the police and tell them everything she knows about the attack.
Meanwhile, Asha is upset that everyone is pointing the finger of suspicion at Corey. When will she admit to herself that her boyfriend is trouble?
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