Ste Hay is under suspicion as details of the violent attack on Sami Maalik emerge. Is he the culprit?
Ste Hay (Kieron Richardson) finds himself being questioned by police following the attack on Sami Maalik (Rishi Nair) in Hollyoaks.
Lawyer Sami, was assaulted by a mystery hooded figure, and sprayed with pepper spray after things got nasty at the Maalik’s Eid celebrations.
Sami was rushed to hospital but has been discharged with no permanent damage. However with the police looking to make arrests, they start by questioning Ste who's got form and is known to have a bitter grudge against the Maaliks and previously targeted them with his far right pals.
Ste is shocked to be given the details of the attack and later privately confronts Stuart Sumner (Chris Simmons).
However, racist Stuart, who has recruited Ste into his far right organisation, immediately turns things back on Ste, blaming him and saying that he was the one who made the order for action against Sami!
Meanwhile Jonny and Stuart send Ste out on another date with Jed, who they also recruited as part of their far-right group. However things take an unexpected turn when Jed confides in Ste with some SHOCKING revelations. What has he told him?
Elsewhere priest, Joel Dexter (Rory Douglas-Speed) tries to cheer up Goldie McQueen (Chelsee Healey) who has been moping around ever since he told her he was unable to have a relationship with her.
In a bid to put a smile back on her face, Joel agrees to do a yoga session with Goldie in the McQueen’s kitchen.
The two of them are soon flirting as they practice their stretches and lunges.
However, during their messing around, Goldie once again suffers a knockback when Joel tells her that he definitely can’t succumb to temptation and can’t take things any further, leaving an angry Goldie to duly give him his marching orders and turf him out of the house!
Hollyoaks is shown weekdays on C4 at 6.30pm with the next episode following on E4
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