Home and Away spoilers: Will Bella meet online stalker Tommy?

Home and Away, Bella Nixon

Ignoring all the warnings about stranger danger, Bella has sneaked out to meet online buddy Tommy on Home and Away. And he's closer than she knows...

Despite not being given permission to attend a photography exhibition in the city, rebellious teenager Bella Nixon (played by Courtney Miller) has sneaked out to meet her mystery online buddy Tommy (Adam Solis) on Home and Away (opens in new tab).

Unaware the older man has been spying on her through her webcam the whole time, Bella appears to have fallen under his spell and is excited that he has offered to pick her up in his car and drive them to the city for the exhibition...

However, Bella is disappointed when Tommy is a no-show and quickly has to lie when she bumps into her schoolfriend Raffy Morrison (Olivia Deeble), who wants to know who Bella is waiting for.

But as the girls chat, little do they know they are both being watched by Tommy who is sat in his car just behind them...

Home and Away, Tommy

Creepy online stalker spies on Bella and her friend Raffy on Home and Away. (Picture: Channel 5)

Meanwhile, after Jasmine Delaney (Sam Frost) and fiance Robbo's (Jake Ryan) emotional heart-to-heart about her pre-wedding jitters and her sadness over none of her family being involved in her Big Day, kind-hearted Robbo offers to search for Jasmine's dad after the wedding.

Home and Away, Robbo, Jasmine Delaney

Robbo offers to find fiancee Jasmine's dad on Home and Away. (Picture: Channel 5)

After all, Robbo did use to be a Federal Agent. So if anyone can find him, Robbo can!

But is Jasmine ready to open that door to her past?

Home and Away continues weekdays at 1:15pm and 6:00pm on Channel 5

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Anyone remember the Sunset Beach earthquake/tidal wave?

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