Home And Away: Marilyn exposes the truth

Marilyn makes a breakthrough in her case.
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In Home And Away this week, Marilyn faces losing everything, but she’s not going down without a fight.

Marilyn (Emily Symons) attempts to find other victims who have been duped by dodgy skincare company Stunning Organics after she received an anonymous threat to cease her campaign against them or she’d be sued.

Marilyn is determined to find other victims.

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Determined not to see others fall into the same trap, Marilyn turns to her friends for help. Kirby (Angelina Thomson) believes they have a case and starts to investigate all she can.

The whole affair is a blow for Marilyn, whose hopes for her new business venture have been dashed. Now, she’s involved Kirby in her failure – and disappointed her friends by continuing to lie about her plight, including her ex-husband John (Shane Withington), who could see she was in trouble.

“John is being a very loyal friend to her, and he can see that she’s in too deep,” Emily, 53, tells TV WEEK.

She won’t go down without a fight.

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Meanwhile, Alf (Ray Meagher) and Roo (Georgie Parker) offer to track to down former employees of the company in the hope they will corroborate Marilyn’s story. But despite the evidence, no-one will go on the record, thwarting their mission.

“They discover all the other brand ambassadors were tricked,” Emily says. “Stunning Organics are tricking people every day into signing up. And these poor people can’t get out of it.”

Regrouping, the trio plan their next steps – even if it looks like a losing battle. But just as it looks as if all is lost, they notice a product label has come unstuck, revealing a different company name. It could be just the evidence they need.

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“The company keeps closing down and creating a new brand name,” Emily says.

Roo drafts an email to Stunning Organics demanding they release Marilyn from her contract or they’ll go to the police with the information.

Is this the end of it, or the start of something far worse?

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