Cash Newman (played by Nicholas Cartwright) refuses to believe that Felicity Newman (Jacqui Purvis), his own sister, was behind the SHOCK chemical assault on Home and Away.
After being exposed to the hazardous chemicals, Tane Parata (Ethan Browne) and Martha Stewart (Belinda Giblin) are both in critical condition at the hospital.
Sadly, the evidence is beginning to mount against Felicity.
On today’s episode of the Australian serial, things become even worse when Federal Police Detective Darren Nasser (Julian Maroun) comes to question Felicity.
When Detective Nasser learns that Felicity has an AVO against her ex-lover Tane, he becomes suspicious and suspects that she has a reason for attacking him…
Meanwhile, Jasmine Delaney (Sam Frost) wonders whether Cash has given her the damning receipt she saw in Felicity’s caravan’s garbage.
Cash, to to Jasmine’s surprise, chooses to remain quiet about the facts until he can interview Felicity more thoroughly.
Cash surreptitiously examines if there is a link between Felicity and the pesticide purchase receipt used in the attack without Detective Nasser’s knowledge.
Felicity is becoming increasingly frustrated as she realises that her own brother is losing trust in her innocence.
When Cash chooses to burn the damning pesticides receipt, Felicity is taken aback…
Marilyn Chambers (Emily Symons) has collapsed, and things aren’t looking good for her.
Marilyn is discovered by Mackenzie Booth (Emily Weir) after laying helpless in the dark for hours. She is brought to the hospital.
Logan Bennett (Harley Bonner), a hospital doctor, feels Marilyn had a delayed reaction to the chemical attack.
When Marilyn suddenly stops breathing and falls into a coma, family friend Alf Stewart (Ray Meagher) fears the worst…