Sid Sumner (Billy Price) finds himself in deadly danger in Hollyoaks, as he puts himself in harms way in order to get a confession out of Victor Brothers (Benjamin O’Mahony).
With Ste Hay (Kieron Richardson) having got wind of Sid’s plan to expose Victor, he puts his foot down, demanding that the young lad stop working for the drug dealer this instant.
He even asks James Nightingale (Gregory Finnegan) for the cash to buy Sid out, but Sid and James put their heads together and devise a more dangerous plan, as they share the common goal of wanting Juliet (Niamh Blackshaw) out of prison.
The plan? Recording Victor’s confession.
Ste isn’t pleased about James’ plan, branding the whole thing as far too dangerous, but in spite of his guardian’s concerns, Sid is determined to go ahead with it.
Therefore, he drops off some cash for Victor and ultimately hits the jackpot when Victor tells him to wait alone in the car while he’s on the phone.
Sid puts his plan into action, as he shakily plants a listening device in the glovebox — only to be caught by Ollie Morgan (Gabriel Clark), who’s on the hunt for drugs.
Sid has no time for Ollie, and promises he’ll get him some drugs later if he leaves this instant. Ollie agrees, and Sid gets the confession he’s been looking for from Victor!
Everything has gone according to plan — that is, until Victor finds out that he’s been betrayed!
Sid wastes little time in downloading the video evidence onto a USB stick to give to the police, but Victor smashes the front door in — hellbent on revenge!
Peri Lomax (Ruby O’Donnell) manages to frighten off the drugs boss, giving Sid long enough to escape with the evidence, but he’s ultimately held up in the carpark but Luke (Gary Lucy), which allows Victor ample opportunity to close in on him.
Will Victor kill Sid? Or will Sid succeed in exposing the drugs boss and thus free Juliet in the process?
The following day, the consequences of this showdown echo throughout the village, but what has transpired?
One to watch: Tuesday March 2 at 7pm on E4.
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