Home and Away spoilers follow for UK and Australian viewers.
Home and Away's Mackenzie Booth finally acknowledges her issues on Australian screens this week after a highly-public downward spiral.
In recent weeks, viewers have seen Mac turn to alcohol for comfort, refuse help from those around her and even make a misguided move on Ari's younger brother Tane.
Monday's episode (June 7) on Channel 7 in Australia saw Mac's troubling behaviour escalate as she gatecrashed a party at the Parata house, which Nikau and his agent Sienna Blake had organised to boost his modelling career.
Mac had a public meltdown at the gathering, drinking heavily and arguing with the other guests. In the end, Mac's brother Dean Thompson had to step in to take her home before she embarrassed herself any further.
When the story continues in Tuesday's Australian episode (June 8), Ziggy Astoni decides to be the bigger person by reaching out to Mac.
Ziggy angrily kicked Mac out of her home a few weeks ago after discovering that she'd betrayed her by trying to tempt Tane.
Despite this, Ziggy visits Mac at home and admits that – despite everything – she still cares for her and wants to be there for her.
Meanwhile, after refusing everyone's help, Mac finally sheds her frosty demeanour by admitting to Dean that her life is a mess.
Mac acknowledges the fact that she has made terrible choices recently and has alienated some of her closest friends, leaving her unsure whether things can ever be fixed.
Home and Away bosses have named Mac as one of four possible characters who could be about to lose their life in a top-secret story twist.
Dean reports Mac as a missing person on Australian screens this week after she mysteriously disappears, but show chiefs have also named Susie McAllister, Justin Morgan and Leah Patterson-Baker as three other possible victims of the soap's new death storyline.
Home and Away fans in the UK will see these scenes on Channel 5 in July.
Home and Away airs weekdays at 1.15pm and 6pm on Channel 5 (UK) and Mondays to Thursdays at 7pm on Channel 7 (Australia).
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