Hollyoaks’ Jack destroyed as teen Frankie makes shock accusation | Soaps


Jack faces some serious questions after Frankie’s accusation (Picture: Lime Pictures)

Jack Osborne (Jimmy McKenna) will be left facing some serious questions in Hollyoaks next week after Frankie (Isabelle Smith) reacts to him in an accusatory way.

The former policeman dishes out advice to his loved ones after Frankie slaps Nancy (Jessica Fox), first exchanging words with son Darren (Ashley Taylor Dawson).

Darren, however, doesn’t seem to have any intention to confront his daughter, who arrived in the village with her brother last month, and thus Jack turns to Nancy, encouraging her to talk to the teen in a bid to make things right.

Nancy listens to Jack’s advice and thus takes it upon herself to open a dialogue with Frankie, who is distressed and makes some shocking accusations against Jack, which leave everyone stunned.

Darren, Nancy and Suzanne Ashworth (Suzanne Hall) are quick to investigate in a bid to find out what is at the root of it all, with Jack subjected to some serious questions.

The accusations take their toll on Jack but, despite everything, he reminds Frankie that – even though she might not be used to it yet -she has a family and, when she’s ready and willing to accept it, he’ll be there to help her.

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The patriarch then asks Diane Hutchinson (Alex Fletcher) if he can stay with her, before subsequently breaking down over the traumatic events.

Suzanne, meanwhile, opens up to Darren about Frankie’s past, with the pair determined to get to the bottom of what has really upset their daughter.

Darren and Suzanne quiz Frankie on her accusations (Picture: Lime Pictures)
Frankie opens up (Picture: Lime Pictures)

There’s more heartache in store for Jack, as Pearl Anderson (Dawn Hope), who he’s been seeing for months, shares her concerns with him and recommends that they have some space while he rebuilds bridges with his family.

Determined to fight his granddad’s corner, Charlie Dean (Charlie Behan) returns home and wastes little time in railroading Darren for failing to support Jack, reminding him of all the time’s the patriarch has supported him, which leaves Darren with food for thought.

Darren and Suzanne are determined to get to the bottom of what’s going on (Picture: Lime Pictures)

Charlie, meanwhile, heads off to visit Jack and offer him support.

The question is: will Frankie open up to dad Darren and mum Suzanne about what’s really on her mind?

We’ll just have to wait and see but the teen later heads to the Youth Centre and, upon deciding to leave, asks Lucas Hay (Oscar Curtis) to accompany her. JJ (Ryan Mulvey) tries to warn Lucas against the idea but Lucas isn’t intimidated by him and thus heads off with Frankie.

One to watch: Friday February 16 from 7:30pm on Channel 4 streaming or Monday February 19 at 7pm on E4.

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