Spoilers: Hollyoaks' John Paul destroyed as George works with blackmailer Silas?

John Paul McQueen (James Sutton) received a huge shock in Hollyoaks tonight (November 3) when PC George Kiss (Callum Kerr) arrived to collect the blackmail money, but is all as it seems?

The sinister doll revealed the blackmailer’s latest demand earlier this week — threatening to expose one McQueen whose sin is ‘greed.’

Theresa (Jorgie Porter) decided to undertake this one herself, and thus set out to get £7,000 to pay off the blackmailer before time runs out.

She pleaded with John Paul to help — revealing that the sin in question is hers, as she was caught up in criminal activity while away from the village.

John Paul resolved to do what he could, and therefore sought out James Nightingale (Gregory Finnegan) for assistance — but doing so meant that he had to cancel his date with George.

James decided to set a trap for the blackmailer, and thus he and John Paul set off for The Folly in the hopes of discovering who was behind the elaborate scheme.

However, George saw them leaving together, and he was fuming.

After leaving the cash at The Folly, John Paul and James retreated to the bushes nearby to watch and wait.

However, they weren’t prepared for what they saw, as George arrived and picked up the money!


Is George really Silas Blissett’s (Jeff Rawle) secret accomplice?

Is he behind the blackmailing? Or did he simply follow his beau after spotting him with James?

Hollyoaks continues Wednesday November 4 at 7pm on E4.

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