Huge Hollyoaks discovery could clear Ste Hay of murder

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From Digital Spy

It's official – Ste Hay's "memories" from the night of Amy Barnes's Hollyoaks murder can't be trusted after all.

Ste (Kieron Richardson) recently confessed to killing Amy after appearing to remember that he committed the crime following an explosive row with his ex.

The shock realisation led to Ste being sent to jail, but next week's Hollyoaks episodes will reveal that fans were right to suspect there's much more to this case.

With Ste's fiancé Harry Thompson (Parry Glasspool) determined to clear his name, there's a twist in store when he discovers that Ste's "memory" of killing Amy is actually false.

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Knowing that this changes everything, Harry desperately convinces Ste to plead not guilty when he appears in court.

Harry resorts to drastic measures by using his own dad Tony Hutchinson to delay proceedings so he has more time to get through to Ste, but after the courtroom chaos, will Ste be convinced that he didn't kill Amy after all?

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Viewers have actually suspected that Ste is innocent for some time now, as on-screen flashbacks which appeared to show the killer in action didn't correspond to his clothing.

The apparent killer had dark sleeves in the flashback shots, but Ste was wearing a lighter jacket the whole time. You really can't get much past Hollyoaks fans...

Hollyoaks airs weeknights at 6.30pm on Channel 4, with first look screenings at 7pm.

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