Events escalate wildly at the Hollyoaks High Prom. As the fallout continues there is more drama in store...
Following dramatic events at the Hollyoaks High Prom yesterday, everyone is still in shock.
Sinead O’Connor’s mum, Diane Hutchinson (Alex Fletcher) stormed into the event to confront Deputy Head, Laurie Shelby (Kyle Pyror) who has been accused of raping his wife Sinead, and assaulting his colleague Sienna Blake (Anna Passey).
As a pent-up and vengeful Diane unleashed her full fury at Laurie and publically accused him of being a rapist, things spiralled dramatically out of control.
Now, as the fallout continues, someone is left fighting for their life? Who is at risk of dying?
Meanwhile, Liberty Savage (Abi Phillips), who was singing at the event, encouraged her fiancé Sami Maalik (Rishi Nair) who was supposed to be performing with her, to run to Sinead’s rescue but tonight Liberty is seriously starting to regret encouraging him when she notices the chemistry between Sinead and her laywer ex, Sami. Liberty tells head teacher Sally St Claire (Annie Wallace) that she thinks Sami is still in love with Sinead.
Elsewhere Ollie Morgan (Aedan Duckworth), Imran Maalik (Ijaz Rana) and Juliet Quinn (Niamh Blackshaw) are trying to cheer up Ollie’s girlfriend, Brooke Hathaway who bolted from the prom after suffering a sensory overload.
Brooke, who is autistic, couldn’t cope with the noise, crowds and the smoke and ran away from the school.
Ollie and her friends decide to step in and set up their own private makeshift prom at The Hutch for Brooke (Talia Grant) instead.
However when Juliet sees Ollie and Brooke looking so happy and loved-up together, she is upset and overcome with jealousy, she breaks down in tears and walks away. Will anyone try and comfort Juliet?
Hollyoaks is shown weekdays on C4 at 6.30pm with the next episode following on E4
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