Neighbours schemer Paul Robinson sparks fresh outrage next week by trying to bribe his way out of the Lassiters scandal.
Kyle's decision came after secretly-planted cameras recorded him having sex with Amy Williams (Zoe Cramond) is one of the hotel rooms. The footage was later released online, in breach of the couple's privacy.
Meanwhile, Toadie (Ryan Moloney) has taken on the case because the fees involved would help him to save The Sonya Rebecchi Foundation, which is in financial difficulty.
Next week, Kyle (Chris Milligan) becomes further obsessed with the case. This drives a wedge between him and Amy, who still feels a loyalty towards her dad Paul in spite of what happened.
Things get even more complicated when Kyle learns that Paul has attempted to bribe Toadie into dropping the case.
Paul has sneakily offered Toadie a large donation offer to the Foundation, if he agrees to back off.
Kyle is outraged by Paul's dirty tactics and goes on the attack in the middle of Ramsay Street. Once again, Amy feels stuck in a war between her father and boyfriend.
Later in the week, Amy lays down the law with Kyle by complaining that his devotion to the lawsuit means they're spending hardly any time together.
She also points out that Gary was constantly at loggerheads with Paul too and she doesn't want this experience with another boyfriend.
Kyle ends up stepping down from the class action to support Amy, but Toadie remains determined to go full steam ahead and takes on Shane's help to manage the workload. Is Paul still in big trouble?
Neighbours airs these scenes on Tuesday, November 26 at 1.45pm and 5.30pm on Channel 5 (UK) and 6.30pm on 10 Peach (Australia).
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