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Home and Away Spoilers – Felicity feels rejected by Tane

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Next week on Home and Away in the UK, Felicity feels rejected by Tane after her assault, while Andrew plans to leave to protect Justin and Leah.

Felicity’s (Jacqui Purvis) loved ones become increasingly concerned for her the next week, as she struggles to recover from her sexual attack.

Flick had her drink drugged and collapsed in a stairway of the city venue during what was intended to be a wonderful night for her friends, as Lyrik competed in Battle of the Bands, where she was subsequently carried into a back room by an unseen assailant and raped while unconscious.

Bree (Juliet Godwin) and Eden (Stephanie Panozzo) hurried Flick to Northern Districts Hospital, but she first balked at calling the police because she didn’t want her brother Cash (Nicholas Cartwright) to learn about the incident. In case Flick changed her mind, which she subsequently did after some mild prodding from Eden and Tane (Ethan Browne), Bree conducted a forensic investigation to gather proof.

Flick seemed determined to put the whole incident behind her now that it’s in the hands of the cops the following week. Flick, instead of telling Tane how she feels, seeks to divert attention away from the crisis by seducing him in the pool.

Ordinarily Tane wouldn’t have a second thought, but his hesitation in succumbing to her charms only days after the attack is seen by a vulnerable Flick as a rejection. Frustrated with her husband, Flick pushes him away.

Flick goes to work, hoping for things to return to normal, but a shift at Salt only serves to aggravate her.

Mackenzie (Emily Weir) is perplexed as to why Kirby (Angelina Thomson) is startled to see her until Flick explains her what occurred at Battle of the Bands. Flick has no desire to discuss it further, telling everyone that she is moving on.

With a concerned Tane having followed Flick to Salt, she becomes frustrated knowing that he and Mac are talking about her whilst she clears tables.

Flick snatches Kirby’s wine from the bar and spills it away, telling her that she should never leave her drink alone.

Tane tries to calm Flick down by informing the entire restaurant of a new rule: no one must shout anyone else a drink; they can only buy their own!

Tane tries for several hours to reach Flick before ultimately agreeing to accompany him home, where she drags him into the bedroom and jumps on top of him.

Tane is forced to push her away as he wants to know where this is coming from, but Flick orders him to leave the room.

After taking advice from Bree the next morning, Tane returns home to find Flick heading to work once again. He had hoped to spend the day with her, but Flick has no interest in spending time with Tane when he can’t even bear to touch her.

It’s because of what happened isn’t it,” she states. “Someone else put their hands on me, now you find me disgusting.

As Flick storms off, Tane is left wondering what he can do to help his wife…

As a lot of women would be, Flick is scared, and feels so much shame,” Jacqui told Aussie magazine TV Week. “She blames herself. These kinds of attacks don’t just hurt the victim, but the people around them – they’re also affected and there’s a lot of guilt too.

Elsewhere in Summer Bay, the immediate threat from Vita Nova may be ended now that cult leader Margot (Mandy McElhinney) is in custody, but Andrew’s (Joshua Hewson) anxieties remain as the terrified adolescent steps up to safeguard the Morgan family.

Andrew has spent most of his life in Vita Nova’s shadow, after his cult-follower father kidnapped him when he was four years old and forced him to live a reclusive existence, largely cut off from the outside world.

With Andrew’s mother Esther having vanished over a decade earlier, it didn’t take long for Margot to convince Cash that she was Esther, and after duping Leah (Ada Nicodemou) and Justin (James Stewart), she drove out of Summer Bay for ‘a new beginning’ with Andrew.

Cash was quickly informed of his error and was chastised by the police unit, but by the time Justin and Cash arrived to the Vita Nova property, Andrew was pretending to be content.

Andrew was terrified of Justin crossing Vita Nova, and he felt that by begging Justin to remain away, he would shield him from harm. When Justin’s third and last visit resulted in his being held captive and receiving an arrow to the leg, Andrew called for assistance, and Margot was eventually caught.

When Justin is released from the hospital next week, Theo (Matt Evans) will accompany Andrew to a meeting with the DPP. Justin is concerned about Andrew having to confront Vita Nova in court if the issue goes to trial, knowing that he will have to testify against people he used to trust.

Andrew was terrified of Justin crossing Vita Nova, and he felt that by begging Justin to remain away, he would shield him from harm. When Justin’s third and last visit resulted in his being held captive and receiving an arrow to the leg, Andrew called for assistance, and Margot was eventually caught.

When Justin is released from the hospital next week, Theo (Matt Evans) will accompany Andrew to a meeting with the DPP. Justin is concerned about Andrew having to confront Vita Nova in court if the issue goes to trial, knowing that he will have to testify against people he used to trust.

En-route home, Andrew asks Theo to pull over so he can get his head together. It’s been a big day—with Andrew now having heard that his mother’s remains have been found and that Vita Nova were likely responsible—but Andrew admits that whilst he feels bad about it, he never really knew his mother.

Late that night, Theo is concerned when he finds Andrew alone in the dark in the living room, sitting guard with a large kitchen knife in his hand.

Theo awakens Leah, Justin, and the three do their best to convince Andrew that he is safe with them, but with the cult still active, Andrew is skeptical.

As Leah returns the knife to the kitchen, Theo offers to sleep on Andrew’s bedroom floor in the hopes of calming him down.

But when Theo wakes up the next morning, Andrew has vanished…as well as the knife!

Theo ultimately finds Andrew on the beach with his backpack. Andrew says that he can’t stay in Summer Bay because it would endanger them all, and that it’s best if he doesn’t tell them where he’s going.

Will Theo be able to convince Andrew to stay?

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