Home and Away spoilers follow from Tuesday's Australian episode (May 3), which some UK viewers may prefer to avoid.
Home and Away has revealed the outcome of Theo Poulos reporting his father Dimitri for his abusive behaviour.
A big storyline this year has seen Theo bravely open up over his traumatic past, explaining that Dimitri was violent towards him when he was growing up.
Recent episodes in Australia saw this story come to a head as Dimitri paid a visit to Summer Bay and violently attacked Justin Morgan.
When this became a police matter, Theo told the authorities that it wasn't the first time that Dimitri had lost his temper like this. He then gave an official statement over the abuse he experienced as a child.
In Tuesday's episode on Channel 7 (May 3), Leah Patterson revealed that Dimitri had finally faced the consequences and been sentenced in court.
During a shift at the Diner, Leah told Irene Roberts: "Dimitri got a good behaviour bond for two years, plus he has to attend an anger management course.
"Hopefully it will help Theo to move on."
Unfortunately, Theo immediately faced another upsetting setback when he learned that he'd failed his first TAFE (Technical and Further Education) assignment.
Theo is currently undertaking a mechanic's apprenticeship, but made an early mistake by not handing in his first assignment on time.
Theo's colleague Ziggy Astoni and friend Ryder Jackson were both supportive, pointing out how much pressure he has been under recently.
Despite this, a disheartened Theo admitted that he was ready to throw in the towel and walk away from the training altogether. Can his loved ones talk him round?
Home and Away fans in the UK will see these scenes on Channel 5 in June.
Home and Away airs weekdays at 1.15pm on Channel 5 and 6pm on 5STAR. First-look screenings air at 6.30pm on 5STAR and the show also streams on My5.
In Australia, the show airs Mondays to Thursdays at 7pm on Channel 7 and streams on 7plus.
Readers who are affected by the issues raised in this story are encouraged to contact the NSPCC on 0808 800 5000 (www.nspcc.org.uk). Readers in the US are encouraged to contact the Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline on (1-800-422-4453) or the American SPCC (www.americanspcc.org).
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