Hollyoaks' Ollie charged for hospital break-in

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Hollyoaks spoilers follow.

Ollie Morgan has dropped a bombshell on his family in Hollyoaks after being charged for the hospital break-in.

Ollie has fallen under the influence of the same online conspiracy theories that have sucked in Becky Quentin, leading him to help her ransack the Deer Valley Hospital's pharmacy earlier this week.

When the couple were confronted by the police, Ollie took the blame even though it was Becky who spearheaded the plot and then convinced him to target the pharmacy.

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Photo credit: Lime Pictures

Wednesday's first-look episode took place on New Year's Eve, and while several other Hollyoaks residents were having a big party, Cindy was worried about what impact Ollie's arrest would have on Luke.

Ollie returned home from the police station with news that he'd been charged with criminal damage and he was blaming Cindy. She revealed that she'd not been the one to turn him in, but accused Becky of "brainwashing" him.

Ollie refused to back down as he accused the Deer Valley Hospital of "playing up [Luke's] illness for their own gain" even though there was no actual evidence of his claims.

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Photo credit: Lime Pictures

"Stop saying that," Cindy demanded. "The treatment isn't making your dad worse, the dementia is!"

She then tried to get Ollie to understand: "Ollie, your dad is dying and this is the toughest thing that has ever happened to us, but it is happening! It's going to be so much harder if we're not on the same team."

When Cindy accused Becky of filling Ollie's head "full of poison", he revealed he'd spent one more New Year's Eve with Luke and then he would be moving in with Becky.

Photo credit: Lime Pictures
Photo credit: Lime Pictures

Hollyoaks airs new episodes from Mondays to Fridays at 6.30pm on Channel 4, with first-look screenings at 7pm on E4. Selected omnibus episodes are available via Amazon Prime Video.

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