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Home and Away

Is Felicity behind Home and Away's deadly toxic chemical attack?

''She feels like the whole world is against her.''

By TV Week team
Is Felicity responsible for the deadly chemical attack at Salt? Although she pleads innocence in Home And Away this week, more evidence is found that links her to the crime.
Convinced Felicity (Jacqui Purvis) is responsible for the attack that has left his uncle, Tane (Ethan Browne), at death's door, Nikau (Kawakawa Fox-Reo) starts an online campaign against her. This, in turn, sparks a graffiti attack – the words "Toxic Felicity" are emblazoned across her caravan.
"Felicity is feeling stressed, isolated and anxious." (Image: Seven)
"Felicity is feeling stressed, isolated and anxious," Jacqui tells TV WEEK. "She feels like the whole world is against her. But she's staying strong and is trying to get through this hard time with pure grit, as Felicity does."
When she heads to the police station to lodge a complaint, she sees her new friend Anne (Megan Smart) leaving after confessing to Detective Nasser (Julian Maroun) that she lied about being with Felicity on the night of the attack.
Although she pleads innocence in Home And Away this week, more evidence is found that links Felicity to the crime. (Image: Seven)
In a fresh search of Felicity's caravan, Nasser finds a bottle of the same drugs that were used to knock out Tane. Felicity cries that she's been set up!
Police officer Cash (Nicholas Cartwright) watches helplessly as Nasser leads his sister away, then is stunned when a toxicology report confirms the link between Felicity and Tane. Could he have been wrong about her all along?
"Cash wants to believe Flick when she says she's been set up, but there are just too many red flags for him to be able to back her completely," Nicholas explains.
Alone and desperate, Felicity turns to Anne for support again. But when she later notices a mention of the burned pesticides receipt on Nikau's webpage – something only a handful of people knew about – she starts to wonder if the attacker might be a lot closer to her than she suspected.
Has someone she hurt years ago returned to take revenge? Or is Tane's past coming back to haunt him and she's just caught in the crossfire?
"Whoever it is, she wants answers!" Jacqui says.

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