It’s been a tough couple of months for Juliet Nightingale (Niamh Blackshaw) in Hollyoaks, but matters escalated much further in recent episodes, as she found herself arrested for intent to supply drugs in other schools as a result of Jordan Price’s (Connor Calland) demands, and — in the coming episodes — she ponders a future of criminality after overhearing James Nightingale (Gregory Finnegan) and Romeo (Owen Warner) talking about her.
Juliet has been feeling alone and lost ever since Donna Marie’s (Lucy-Jo Hudson) visit to the village earlier this year — something which Jordan used to his advantage, as he began to make her feel special in an effort to groom her.
During episodes broadcast earlier this week, Jordan returned to the village, and he made clear that he wanted her to work for him, as he asked her to start smuggling drugs into other schools — and provided her with a selection of uniforms so that she could blend in while visiting the corresponding schools.
However, she soon found herself in trouble with the law as PC George Kiss (Callum Kerr) spotted her and wasted little time in arresting her for intent to supply.
Juliet was then held in police custody, and came up with an excuse — which ultimately led to her being released, and Jordan revealed that, while he was impressed she kept shtum, he’ll tell her family what she’s been up to if she doesn’t agree to work for him anymore.
In the next instalment, Juliet is desperate to keep her criminal activity from James and Marnie (Lysette Anthony), and Sid (Billy Price) appeals to his cousin’s sense of family in the hopes that he’ll let Juliet off the hook, but it’s no use.
Meanwhile, Juliet overhears both James and Romeo deep in conversation about her, and their words leave her questioning whether or not she should go and work for Jordan.
What will Juliet decide?
Will she turn to a life of crime?
Or will she decide to choose a better path?
Hollyoaks airs these scenes Monday 16 March at 7pm on E4.
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