Hollyoaks: Nobody believes Lynsey that Silas tried to kill her! And Stephanie Davis on O’Connor family shock

When Silas Blissett targets Lynsey Nolan as his next victim, she’ll have a very lucky escape when he’s scared off by Riley arriving in a hurry when he hears her screams…

However it would seem many of the villagers will refuse to believe Lynsey’s story that an intruder attacked her, since neither she nor Riley saw who was in her flat…

But Lynsey soon realizes that it was him, though she’ll have a tough time convincing anyone else.

Bronagh Waugh, who of course plays Cheryl Brady, told Bang Showbiz, “Everyone thinks she’s crazy and making it up, as does Cheryl at first.

“Lynsey’s really upset about it and asks Cheryl for some help.

“While she hates seeing her best friend in that kind of state, she thinks Lynsey’s just being paranoid and Silas is a really upstanding member of society.

“It will all be quite dark and will escalate to a boiling point when Cheryl is devastated to find out [Lynsey’s] been attacked.

“She’ll try to look after her and protect her but she does feel a little guilty that she didn’t do anything sooner.

“It’s all very dramatic and I’m sure it will have viewers shouting at their TV screens.”

In other ‘Oaks news, Stephanie Davis has been telling Inside Soap about the latest shock that’s to come for the O’Connor family…

During next week’s episodes, Stephanie’s character Sinead will meet with her real mother, Morag, who will explain why she left her kids when they were little.

Stephanie said, “It’s something to do with Finn and what happened around the time he was born.

“Sinead’s sent reeling when Morag tells her what went on then – she isn’t expecting it at all. Her mum’s definitely had a bit of a hard time.

“Morag basically says, ‘I’ve not come back for Finn – I’ve come back for you’.

“She wants Sinead to live with her in New York – so the big question is whether she’ll go off or stay with her stepmum Diane.

“But I can’t see Sinead going anywhere without Finn.”

More ‘Oaks news soon!

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