Poor Scott. He has only been trying to help Ollie but it looks like Buster has got his way after all.
Buster asked Scott to take photographs of Ollie to get the football team’s chances of sponsorship up, but it seems as though Buster wanted these images for other uses as he asked Ollie to take off his shirt in an inappropriate way.
The evil football coach has already caused Ollie a great deal of damage after abusing him in the changing rooms after a game, leading him to fall under the control of the horrible man.
Ollie has tried to open up about this, with Scott as well as his alcoholic father, Luke, but things will take a turn in the storyline as Buster frames Scott for the abuse, leaving the village shocked and appalled.
First, the young man goes to burn the images Buster took, but his dad arrives so he just throws them in the bin.
Luke finds these and is devastated as the truth starts to dawn on him – but how will he react to what was discovered?
Brody also sees the pictures – but will he make the connection between Buster and Ollie?
Meanwhile Diane is trying to make food for Ollie’s leaving party, as her business is the only thing in her life she can control.
Scott offers his assistance but accidentally drops the cake and ruins it.
He feels awful and attempts to replicate the original version, but suddenly two police offers turn up to his house and ask him to come to the station, though he has no idea why.
It turns out Buster has framed him over the pictures, but Scott pleads with Diane that he didn’t do anything at all and she believes hi, promising the truth will come out eventually.
But to sink the knife further into Scott, Buster reveals his name to the media along with details about the accusations made against him and his visit to the police station.
Has his work managed to frame Scott in the minds of the villagers?
Diane, meanwhile, is furious as Mandy seems to believe Scott is guilty of all the horrendous crimes put against him.
Later, Scott’s social media is bombarded with abuse as the media have revealed Scott’s full name to the press, which devastates him as he tries his best to prove his innocence.
Meanwhile, Imran goes over to Ollie to offer his support and the two lads play video games in silence, as Ollie is happy to have someone by his side during such a tough time.
He goes out for some air but Imran spots him swigging out of a wine bottle, and Ollie tells him to go away and leave him.
Imran tells Luke about Ollie’s new habit and Luke tries his best to talk him down, and gets through to his son this time.
But will this develop into a problem for Ollie, just like his dad?
Hollyoaks airs weekdays at 6.30pm on Channel 4, and 7pm on E4 for a first look episode.
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