Lily’s scars run deep Hollyoaks

Yas­mine’s cruel prank pushes frag­ile lily into self-harm­ing!

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Sen­si­tive school­girl Lily Drinkwell is strug­gling with the scars she was left with af­ter her car crash. The fact they could be per­ma­nent has se­ri­ously knocked her con­fi­dence.

Ashamed by her own body, Lily’s self-es­teem is­sues stopped her sleep­ing with boyfriend Prince Mc­queen, who was then driven into the arms of ri­val Yas­mine Maa­lik.

Con­vinced her scars are to blame for Prince’s re­jec­tion, Lily is a girl on the edge…


Prince de­clares that he’s cho­sen Lily over the mouthy Ms Maa­lik, so bitchy Yas­mine de­cides to get her own back.

She spots Al­fie Nightin­gale with his pet crick­ets out­side the Love­boat and she stages a prank to pub­licly hu­mil­i­ate her ri­val. But there are shock­ing con­se­quences.

‘Yas­mine pours a box of Al­fie’s crick­ets down Lily’s top,’ re­veals our Hollyoaks spy. ‘Lily’s mor­ti­fied when she rips off her jumper and ex­poses her scars. Back home, she locks her­self in the bath­room and cuts her­self for the first time.’

Diane’s sus­pi­cious when she finds a blood-soaked towel and she wonders what’s wrong with her niece. Will the timid teen ad­mit what she’s been driven to or suf­fer in si­lence?


Lily’s al­ready a very frag­ile soul and she’s yet to fully open up about how the emo­tional scars are equally as dev­as­tat­ing as the phys­i­cal ones.

Self-harm­ing is the kind of hard-hit­ting topic Hollyoaks tack­les so well, so we think Lily’s in for a rough ride… But who can she turn to?

Cousin Scott is con­quer­ing his own de­mons fol­low­ing his sui­cide at­tempt. Is he strong enough to help oth­ers?

Aun­tie Diane Hutchin­son al­ways seems too busy, and Lily be­lieves her wounds make her unattrac­tive to Prince.

Some­one please help her be­fore it’s too late!

Lily’s creeped out when Yas­mine tips Al­fie’s crick­ets down her top… Bugged by Prince’s re­jec­tion, Yas­mine has a beastly idea…

Diane, Tony and Scott are hor­ri­fied when they see Lily freak­ing out…

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