Neighbours spoilers: Will Paul Robinson give in to BLACKMAIL?
As Scarlett Brady threatens to expose the hidden camera scandal at Lassiters, will hotel boss Paul Robinson agree to her blackmail demands on Neighbours?
Could it be that ruthless Paul Robinson (played by Stefan Dennis) has met his match in hotel employee, Scarlett Brady (Christie Whelan Browne) on Neighbours? (1:45pm/5:30pm on Channel 5, see our TV Guide (opens in new tab) for full listings).
After sacking Scarlett from her job in yesterday's episode, Paul was thrown when Scarlett revealed she knew all about the hidden camera scandal at Lassiters and threatened to reveal all to the press unless Paul agrees to her demands!
Paul attempts to pay-off Scarlett and send her packing from Erinsborough. But she makes it clear she wants to keep her job at Lassiters... and work all her shifts with the object of her affections, Ned Willis (Ben Hall).
Will Paul give in to her demands? Little does he know, Scarlett has all the footage from the hidden cameras, including recordings of Paul's daughter Amy Williams (Zoe Cramond) getting frisky with her boyfriend Kyle Canning (Chris Milligan) in a hotel room at Lassiters...
Meanwhile, Ned still believes Scarlett is being stalked by her ex-fiance, Rex.
So when she asks Ned to escort her down to the tram, claiming to have left her phone there, Ned agrees, unaware he's walking into a dangerous trap...
Elsewhere, things are looking up for Amy when she is headhunted for a new job as project manager on a high-profile country club development.
It's a dream job, but can Amy bring herself to leave her own business, The Handywoman, behind for this big new opportunity?
Neighbours continues weekdays at 1:45pm and 5:30pm on Channel 5
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