There's trouble heading for one Neighbours favourite as a dangerous stalker moves into Ramsay Street...
With Yashvi still not taking to him after he failed to mention the small matter of him knowing Scarlett after meeting her at a Sydney airport, Ned has got some serious making up to do to get his romance back on track.
But Scarlett is wasting no time in trying to sabotage things between Ned and Yashvi, and makes it her mission to infiltrate herself as much into their relationship as she can today.
First she tries to befriend Yashvi... and while the teenager isn't sure about making friends with the enemy, she is soon won over, oblivious to the fact Scarlett plans to use their friendship as a way to find cracks in Yashvi and Ned's romance.
But that's not all, Scarlett also then sees an advert put up by David, seeking a new housemate to take Leo's now empty room.
Realising this house is on the same street as her beloved Ned, Scarlett pulls out all the stops and makes a brilliant first impression with Aaron and Kyle, winning herself the room in record speed.
But as she bumps into Yashvi and Ned outside, she pretends she had no idea this was their road and tells them she's their new neighbour.
But don't expect Scarlett to be borrowing sugar or helping put people's bins out. This new Ramsay Street resident has got something far darker on her agenda.
After letting herself into the Willis house, she makes sure everyone but Ned is out, and while he is having a shower upstairs she creeps up to find him.
Ned has no idea that Scarlett is watching as he showers and she even goes as far as taking photos of him and stealing his clothes.
With things taking a seriously sinister turn today, just how much further will Scarlett go in her plan to sabotage things between Ned and Yashvi and win Ned's affections for her own?
Neighbours airs weekdays at 1.45pm and 5.30pm on Channel 5
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