Like any brothers, the Roscoe twins don’t always get on, but sibling rivalry takes a serious turn in (opens in new tab)Hollyoaks this summer as Robbie pushes Jason off the edge of a cliff. And now new pictures show that Kim is caught up in the drama, too.
Earlier this week, the Channel 4 soap released a trailer for Six Weeks of Summer showing Jason Roscoe (Alfie Browne-Sykes) losing his balance during a fight with his twin and toppling down a ravine.
A distressed Robbie Roscoe (Charlie Wernham), looks over the edge and yells out: “Jase!”
Pictures taken by paparazzi photographers have now revealed that Kim Butterfield (Daisy Wood-Davis) will also be part of the storyline.
— Hollyoaks (@Hollyoaks) July 14, 2015
It seems that Kim grabs the wheel while Robbie is driving her to the airport in an attempt to force her to leave the country. Robbie’s working for dangerous gangster Trevor Royle again, and he wants Robbie to get rid of Kim one way or another.
But as the two lose control of the vehicle, Jason spots the erratic driving and chases them. The situation escalates into a fist fight until Robbie knocks his twin into the ravine.
Jason Roscoe being taken to hospital after his fall (REX)
Jason is rushed off to hospital as his mentor, police sergeant Ben Bradley (Ben Richards), watches anxiously.
Will Jason make it through the fall? And how will Robbie handle the accident?
Six Weeks of Summer starts on Hollyoaks on Monday, July 20 on Channel 4.
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