Hollyoaks confirms Victor's evil betrayal of Sid

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Hollyoaks spoilers follow.

Hollyoaks has revealed drug boss Victor's evil betrayal of Sid.

The drug kingpin returned to screens last week, supposedly as a changed man hoping to apologise to Sid Sumer for grooming them into the County Lines drug gang.

Victor remains behind bars after Sid and Juliet helped police catch him last year. He reached out to Sid with a letter asking to meet with him to explain how his mother's recent death changed his life.

Photo credit: Lime Pictures
Photo credit: Lime Pictures

Juliet was none too pleased to hear that Sid was planning to meet with Victor, warning him about how close the drug boss came to killing them both.

Sid pressed on anyway and even agreed to attend Victor's mum's funeral the following day. Later, Juliet caught up with Sid to tell him she'd rushed to judgement.

"I'll never forgive Victor, but that doesn't mean you can't," Juliet told Sid.

She explained that she's lending support to James trying to change his life, so she can understand Sid wanting to do the same for Victor, even if she cannot extend the same olive branch.

Photo credit: Lime Pictures
Photo credit: Lime Pictures

However, a post-credits scene revealed the two were being duped as Victor revealed his true intentions on a phone call from inside his prison cell.

"Of course he fell for it," Victor told the person on the phone. "My little mate Sid will be there tomorrow to hold my hand."

Viewers will know that the funeral will spiral into a hostage situation as Victor tries to exact revenge on both Sid and Juliet for putting him behind bars. Will the teens survive?

Hollyoaks streams first on All 4, with new episodes dropping each weekday morning. The show airs Mondays to Fridays at 6.30pm on Channel 4, and at 7pm on E4.

Selected omnibus episodes are available via Amazon Prime Video.

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