The truth is out.
Home and Away finally confirms the identity of Tane Parata’s stalker on UK screens next week.
Tane (Ethan Browne) has been fighting for his life in the hospital after a chemical assault at the gym targeted him and put other Summer Bay residents in danger.
Felicity Newman (Jacqui Purvis) had been the major suspect for several days, as she was accused of stalking Tane in the days leading up to the tragedy. The true story will be revealed in next week’s Channel 5 shows.
Felicity confides in her friend Anne (Megan Smart) about an incriminating receipt discovered in her caravan in upcoming scenes.
The receipt was for pesticides, and the stalker had placed it there to make Felicity look responsible. Felicity was saved by her brother Cash (Nicholas Cartwright), who destroyed the evidence.
When an anonymous internet troll cites the burned pesticides receipt in a public post, Felicity is perplexed.
When Felicity brings this up with Anne – one of the only people who knew about this clue – she suddenly realises that her so-called “friend” is the one who stalked Tane and then framed her.
Anne’s formerly pleasant demeanor abruptly turns as she taunts Felicity to prove it.
When Felicity demands an explanation for why Anne is torturing her, Anne responds smugly, taunting her about her current plight.
Felicity goes up to Cash and explains what Anne has been up to.
Cash warns that it’s too difficult to prove without concrete evidence and acknowledges that he still has some reservations about his sister’s version of events.
Felicity is saddened to learn that Cash does not believe her, and she feels more alone than she has in the past.
Later, the federal authorities investigating the gas attack conclude that they have enough evidence to raid Felicity’s home and arrest her for attempted murder.
The cops arrive at Felicity’s caravan, only to discover that she is nowhere to be found.
Detective Nasser accuses Cash of aiding his sister’s escape from arrest. In reality, Cash has no idea where Felicity is and feels very worried.