Sylver McQueen (David Tag) paid the price for his sins in Hollyoaks tonight (October 19), as he was arrested for the murder of Breda (Moya Brady).
The McQueen clan have found themselves the victims of a devastating blackmail plot in recent weeks, as a mystery assailant has become hellbent on destroying the family.
A creepy doll arrived in The Dog during last Friday’s episode (October 16), and said doll proceeded to reveal that if the McQueens didn’t pay for their seven deadly sins, each of their darkest secrets would be revealed.
With the first sin being wrath, Sylver was adamant that this sin was his. Mercedes (Jennifer Metcalfe) realised that he was referring to Breda’s murder, as he opened up about how he can’t go back to prison.
Desperate to save her husband, Mercedes headed to see James Nightingale (Gregory Finnegan) and asked him for the cash — reminding him of how he’d previously shot her.
James provided them with the £7,000 to pay off the blackmailer, and Sylver transferred the cash via the touch screen on the doll — just as they ran out of time.
The McQueens were convinced that — in spite of being out of time — the blackmailer would be content with the funds which they’d just received, but this wasn’t the case.
In a shock twist, PC George Kiss (Callum Kerr) showed up, and apologetically arrested Sylver for Breda’s murder — revealing a video clip of Sylver confessing to such a crime, which was evidently recorded via the doll!
Yes, the doll has not only been watching the McQueens, but its also been recording them.
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