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Kat has a panic attack as the guilt gets to her

Copper Kat Chapman struggles to cope after becoming embroiled in boyfriend Ash's criminal capers in Home and Away.

Kat Chapman is furious to discover Ash's shady dealings have put her in a such a compromising position in Home and Away.

Torn between her knowledge of criminal activity and her role as a police officer, she's conflicted and doesn't know which way to turn.

As her anxiety grows about the dirty money used to fund the garage, Kat decides there's only one option. She can't be a crooked copper; she needs to confess to her boss and resign.

Her boyfriend, Ash, desperately tries to talk her out of it and tells her all she's done is protect the people she cares about, but Kat's guilty conscience gets the better of her and fraught with all the stress, she suddenly suffers a panic attack.

Is Kat going to be all right or is this the end of the career in the police force?

 

Ash tries to talk to Kat but she's furious about the situation he's landed her in. What's Kat going to do?

Kat tells Ash she needs space after discovering the $50,000 used to fund the garage has come from criminal activity.

Ash offers to take her name off the garage paperwork but Kat is adamant that won't help and doesn't change the fact she knows the investment money is dirty.

Kat feels overwhelmed with the corruption she's involved with and tells Ash she's got no choice but to resign.

The pair have a heated argument with Ash pleading with her not to do anything rash but Kat's made up her mind.

She's convinced she doesn't deserve to be a cop any more. Ash is worried as Kat starts to completely unravel in front of him.

As Kat struggles to breathe, it's clear she's caught in the grip of a terrifying panic attack. Is Kat going to be OK? And is this really the end of her police career? Watch Home and Away on Channel 5 from Monday, September 12

Tess Lamacraft
Tess Lamacraft

Tess is a senior writer for What’s On TV, TV Times, TV & Satellite and WhattoWatch.com She's been writing about TV for over 25 years and worked on some of the UK’s biggest and best-selling publications including the Daily Mirror where she was assistant editor on the weekend TV magazine, The Look, and Closer magazine where she was TV editor. She has freelanced for a whole range of websites and publications including We Love TV, The Sun’s TV Mag, Woman, Woman’s Own, Fabulous, Good Living, Prima and Woman and Home.