Hollyoaks’ Maxine to suffer traumatic flashbacks in new Jeremy scenes

Hollyoaks spoilers follow, while this article contains discussion of abuse that some readers might find upsetting.

Hollyoaks' Maxine Minniver is set to suffer from traumatic flashbacks in next week's episodes, due to the arrival of Jeremy Blake, who is the twin brother of her evil husband, the late Patrick Blake.

Although Jeremy isn't the man who abused her for years, Maxine is still uncomfortable having him around due to them having the same face.

In scenes set to air soon on Channel 4's best streaming service competitor and E4, Liberty Savage starts a hanging baskets business, with Sienna, Dilly and Jeremy helping out. Maxine isn't impressed at the support Jeremy is being shown, especially by Sienna.

nikki sanderson as maxine and anna passey as sienna in hollyoaks
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Maxine trips over, and Jeremy manages to grab her, which freaks Maxine out. Later on, Maxine breaks down in tears and admits to Scott Drinkwell that she is struggling with the memories of the awful things Patrick did to her.

Sienna then challenges Jeremy over the incident with Maxine, but when Dilly takes his side, the sisters find themselves at each other's throats.

Meanwhile, Jeremy is insistent on making amends with Maxine, but will she ever want to?

hollyoaks jeremy blake
Channel 4

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Hollyoaks streams first online via Channel 4 each weekday at 7.30pm. Episodes then air on E4 the following day, before getting their YouTube premiere a week after that.

Selected omnibus episodes are available via Prime Video.

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If you've been affected by any of the issues raised in this story, organisations including Refuge (www.refuge.org.uk) and Women's Aid (www.womensaid.org.uk) can provide further support and information. The 24-hour, freephone National Domestic Abuse Helpline is 0808 2000 247. The US National Domestic Violence Hotline is 1-800-799-SAFE (7233), or text LOVEIS to 22522.

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