Rafael ramps up his re­venge!

rafael uses a date with david to get his re­venge on Paul! But has he gone too far this time?

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Story So far

Rafael Humphrey is still hell-bent on get­ting re­venge on Paul Robin­son for his mum’s tragic death.

But af­ter his plans to get the Robin­son Heights de­vel­op­ment shut down by safety in­spec­tors fails, the mys­te­ri­ous stranger comes up with an­other way to make his neme­sis pay for his pain…

this week

De­cid­ing the best way to get dirt on Paul is to get closer to his son, David Tanaka, Rafael sets about ask­ing him out. De­spite David be­ing a lit­tle be­mused at be­ing chat­ted up by a man who ran out of their first date, he’s se­cretly thrilled.

Lit­tle does he know he’s just a pawn in Rafael’s evil vendetta. Poor David!

As the pair start to get cosy at Paul’s pen­t­house, Rafael is ini­tially un­set­tled about be­ing in the home of a man he hates so much, although he has ac­tu­ally been there be­fore: he broke in and sin­is­terly watched Paul sleep. As you do!

But when in­no­cent David starts chat­ting about the fam­ily prop­erty de­vel­op­ment, Rafael’s sud­denly all ears. Obliv­i­ous, David men­tions that there were some dodgy deal­ings in the past when orig­i­nal res­i­dents of Robin­son Heights were be­ing fleeced.

Know­ing this is the ev­i­dence he’s been look­ing for, Rafael waits un­til David’s back is turned and he digs out the dodgy con­tracts from Paul’s files and pho­to­graphs them.

Will this be enough for Rafael to bring Paul down once and for all?

what Next?

With re­venge on his mind, Rafael up­loads the damn­ing ev­i­dence to the West Waratah Star’s web­site for the world to see. And, with Paul’s shady deal­ings now ex­posed, the Robin­sons are about to face a to­tal PR night­mare.

Could this be the end of Paul’s busi­ness em­pire for good?

Af­ter his last plot to wreak re­venge on Paul failed, Rafael hatches a new scheme...

Rafael de­cides to ask Paul’s son, David, on a date to get in­side in­for­ma­tion on the busi­ness...

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