In Neighbours, Freya Wozniak (Phoebe Roberts) used the situation to her advantage by lying about an incident she had with Roxy Willis (Zima Anderson) over a huge hunting knife.
The newbie is keeping secrets from those around her and isn’t being completely honest with them.
All we know at this moment is that she’s on a mission to track down a man named Gareth Bateman, with whom she appears to have a tight relationship.
Knowing that there’s more to Freya than meets the eye, Roxy decided to investigate earlier this week, breaking into the newcomer’s residence.
Freya, on the other hand, caught her off guard and tackled her to the ground before removing the hunting knife from her bag.
Roxy begged Freya to put the knife down, fearful for her life. When Freya realised it was Roxy who had broken in, she confronted her and wanted to know why she had done so.
Roxy, on the other hand, was more curious as to why Freya was carrying a huge hunting knife in her handbag.
Freya demanded that she go immediately when she refused to answer her questions. Roxy followed orders and told Kyle, Levi, and Sheila Canning about her incident (Chris Milligan, Ritchie Morris and Collette Mann).
The trio were shocked by Roxy’s intrusion, implying that Freya’s actions were only those of a panicked homeowner who retaliated after discovering someone had broken in.
They also refused to trust Roxy’s assertions that Freya owned a hunting knife, hinting that she was befuddled after the showdown.
Freya’s account of the events in question supported this notion, as she claimed to have only used a kitchen knife during the altercation, revealing that she’d previously been a victim of a home invasion, which explains why she was so alarmed to see Rox in her home.
Freya was clearly shaken by the experience, and she retreated to the sofa, scrolling through countless images of a mystery man, presumably Gareth Bateman.
She then told Levi that they needed to calm things down because she needed some space after what had transpired.
Neighbours returns to Channel 5 on Wednesday, February 9 at 1:45 p.m. and 6 p.m.