Home and Away: Brody's drug plot will take a dark turn

Sophie Dainty
Photo credit: Channel 5

From Digital Spy

Home and Away's Brody Morgan will make two terrible decisions that look set to change his life forever as his drug addiction intensifies

Fans watching at Australian pace know that Brody has been struggling with a debilitating drug habit, but he will reach his lowest ebb in upcoming episodes.

Although Brody will do his best to convince his family that he has kicked the habit, it will become clear that he is seriously struggling to stay clean.

Before long, Brody gives up and goes in search of his next fix, but when he is unable to get his hands on any drugs – he takes drastic action.

Photo credit: Channel 5

Firstly, Brody sells his sister Raffy's beloved necklace, but descends into a full blown meltdown when it doesn't give him the money he needs.

After Brody smashes up the pawn shop with a baseball bat, he knows he is in serious trouble with the law and attempts to flee. However, he is soon diving head first into even more trouble when he hijacks a car and forces a woman to drive him away.

When the frightened stranger named Scarlet gives Brody her handbag in exchange for her freedom, Brody is left with some explaining to do the following morning and knows he needs to make amends.

Photo credit: Channel 5

Desperate to stay out of trouble, Brody heads over to Scarlet's house in a bid to ask for her silence, but gets more than he bargained for when she hits him over the head with a vase upon his arrival.

As Brody comes round, TV Week reports that he will find himself tied up with Scarlet standing over him, but will she turn him in to the police? Or does she have another plan?

Home and Away's UK audience will see these scenes towards the end of June. The show airs at 1.15pm and 6pm on Channel 5.

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