Hollyoaks' Warren faces terrifying threat over children
Hollyoaks spoilers follow.
Warren Fox has faced a chilling threat in Hollyoaks.
Viewers saw Tony Hutchinson report Warren to social services earlier this week, after an incident on the playground where Sebastian injured the Hutchinsons' daughter Dee-Dee.
In Wednesday's (March 8) first-look episode on E4, Sienna was understandably irate over Warren's temper potentially putting custody of Sophie and Sebastian in limbo.
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Meanwhile, an equally-furious Warren vowed to Norma and Joel that he would not have "social services sniffing around" his twins. "It's a bit late for that," Joel pointed out, with Warren then insisting: "Not if I make Tony withdraw his statement."
Norma went to Sienna and Ethan to insist nobody would mess up this upcoming chat with social services, as Warren was out getting a haircut and buying new clothes to look sharp.
Warren also had his showdown with Tony, where cooler heads ultimately prevailed, as both men realised they were only trying to do what's best for their children.
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Tony broke down, as he confessed to feeling out of control following his half-brother Eric's attempted attack on his family. The local councillor explained that he felt like "a mess" when his family needed him.
Warren encouraged Tony to let go of the guilt he's been feeling, before Tony promised he'd withdraw his statement to social services. Warren was then able to make peace with Sienna before the social services visit.
But when Norma and Joel joined Warren to meet with the social worker at his flat, they were horrified to see it was ransacked with a spray-painted threat to pay back money owed or else.
A horrified Sienna walked in, demanding to know what had happened.
Warren had no answers for her…
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 Prime Video.
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