Note: This article contains Home and Away spoilers from Australian pace episodes, which some UK readers may prefer to avoid.
Home and Away has kicked off a dramatic new feud storyline for Robbo Shaw and Justin Morgan after Tori's exit twist.
The two men bitterly argued over the future of Robbo and Tori's baby in tense scenes which aired in Australia today (October 10).
This week's episodes on Channel 7 have seen Tori left in a coma after giving birth to her baby daughter Grace.
Tori suffered a stroke just hours after welcoming the new arrival in the safe house, where she had been hiding out for several weeks.
The popular doctor is now on life support – a storyline written in because Penny McNamee, who plays Tori, went on maternity leave in real life.
Thursday's episode in Australia featured the aftermath of Tori's dramatic health scare, as Grace's future was called into question.
Robbo (Jake Ryan) was determined to have Grace living with him and Jasmine (Sam Frost), believing that she was better off with her father.
Tori's brother Justin (James Stewart) had other ideas, believing that Grace should be living at the Morgan house until her mum gets better. He also feared that Robbo was already writing Tori off by changing plans for Grace's living arrangements in light of recent events.
Tensions reached boiling point as Justin heard gossip that stressed-out Robbo wasn't coping well with the pressure of his new family situation.
When Justin stormed over to Robbo's place and insisted on taking Grace right away, the showdown almost turned violent as Robbo fiercely refused to hand her over.
Robbo was also appalled when his wife Jasmine suggested it wouldn't be a bad idea to let Justin have Grace for a while. Jasmine thought Robbo needed time to clear his head after the traumatic events of the past few months, but he clearly felt otherwise.
Next week on Australian screens, this new dispute will get worse as Justin threatens to take Robbo to court. Could a custody battle be on the horizon?
Home and Away airs these scenes in late November on Channel 5 in the UK.
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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