Hollyoaks spoilers: Donna-Marie Quinn floors Cindy with some shock news
Donna-Marie Quinn tells Cindy Cunningham the horrible truth about what exactly has been going on. Does Donna-Marie have a hidden agenda?
Cindy Cunningham who’s recently returned to the village, is gobsmacked when Donna-Marie Quinn reveals that Mac Nightingale is making her work as a prostitute.
An appalled Cindy (Stephanie Waring) tries to convince Donna-Marie (Lucy-Jo Hudson) to go the police and report him. She even tells Donna-Marie that she can stay with her for the time being.
Later Donna-Marie returns to Mac (David Easter) who explains to her that he is really keen for them all to be a family together, and he’s only making her work to pay for that.
However later on Cindy is further alarmed when she later gets a frantic call from Donna-Marie who is screaming down the line for help, saying that Mac is hurting her. Will Cindy rush to help her and if so what will she find at the house?
Elsewhere there’s concern for Maxine Minniver (Nikki Sanderson) following her scary collapse the previous day when she said she was unable to feel her legs.
Having been taken to hospital, her worry rises when she’s told that she’ll have to stay in for tests. Damon (Jacob Roberts) goes to visit her but his fears also start to mount when he makes an unwelcome discovery. What exactly has he found out?
Hollyoaks is shown weekdays on C4 at 6.30pm with the next episode following on E4
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