Hollyoaks spoilers: PRISONER! Sienna Blake takes drastic action and ties Laurie Shelby up!

Sienna Blake and Laurie Shelby

Things turn violent when Sienna Blake wants Laurie Shelby to confess to his crimes and takes her revenge by tying him up. Will her tactics work?

A raging Sienna Blake (Anna Passey) has cracked and with abusive and manipulative deputy head teacher Laurie Shelby (Kyle Pryor) still not admitting he’s done anything wrong to her, she takes revenge by tying him to a chair and demanding that he confess all!

Sienna Blake and Laurie Shelby

Sienna Blake wants payback on Laurie

However Laurie manages to break free and tries to make a bolt for it. Meanwhile, Sienna’s boyfriend Brody Hudson (Adam Woodward) is worrying about where his girlfriend has got to.

Sienna Blake and Laurie Shelby

Sienna demands that a trapped Laurie confess all

He and Liberty (Abi Phillips) decide to go to Hollyoaks High to track her down but are shocked by what they find.

Sienna Blake and Laurie Shelby

Sienna has managed to pin Laurie down on the floor and is threatening him with a fire extinguisher.

An alarmed Brody tries to talk his girlfriend out of hurting Laurie and tells her she needs to back off and that she is much better than this.

Sienna relents and releases a shaken Laurie who goes running back home to Sinead (Stephanie Davis). However once at home, a furious Laurie who thinks his wife has been blabbing to Sienna, takes out his anger on Sinead by raping her again.

Later on, Sinead breaks down in front of Diane (Alex Fletcher) and Tony Hutchinson (Nick Pickard) and tells the horrified pair that her husband has raped her.

What will Diane and Tony do when they hear the terrible news?

Hollyoaks is shown weekdays on C4 at 6.30pm with the next episode following on E4



Tess Lamacraft
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