Hollyoaks spoilers follow.
Ella Richardson confessed to the truth about her role in Jordan’s death Hollyoaks.
The soap opera dealt with the aftermath of New Years Eve in Wednesday’s First Look episode (December 30), with the truth revealed that Jordan (Connor Calland) had been killed at The Hutch.
Although Charlie Dean (Charlie Behan) took responsibility for stabbing Jordan and was arrested, viewers saw flashbacks showing Ella Richardson (Erin Palmer) actually killed the drug dealer in a tragic mistake.
The pressure mounted on Ella when her mother Mandy Richardson (Sarah Jayne Dunn) blamed herself for letting Ella hang out with Charlie, insisting that she would never put her danger with someone like Charlie again.
Ella was near a breaking point when she finally confessed that Charlie had taken the blame for her. Mandy melted away, leaving her daughter so she could cry at home alone.
Mandy finally returned to tell the stunned Ella that she hadn’t turned her daughter over to the police – the truth would remain their secret.
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“I haven’t told anyone, and neither are you… Charlie has made up his mind, and now he’s going to have to live with it,” she insisted.
Meanwhile, Charlie was in pain in prison as he finally got a video call with Nancy (Jessica Fox) and Darren (Ashley Taylor Dawson).
The boy desperately needed his parents to get him out of custody, but they announced that he would be charged with the murder of Jordan Price since the drug dealer was stabbed in the back.
Hollyoaks Currently airing new episodes Monday through Thursday at 6:30 p.m. on Channel 4, with first screenings at 7 p.m. on E4. Classic episodes, titled Hollyoaks Favorites, broadcast Fridays at 7 p.m. on E4.
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