The teen finds herself blamed for a cruel prank.
Neighbours‘ Zara Selwyn finds herself in even more trouble in next week’s episodes.
Zara (Freya Van Dyke), the school’s troublemaker, has had an exciting time at Erinsborough, including lying about Levi Canning trying to kiss her, causing Nell to consume a jelly shot loaded with vodka, and setting off the fire alarm.
Zara is the school’s top suspect after Jane Harris (Annie Jones) is the victim of a nasty prank, despite not being the perpetrator.
Jane becomes increasingly unhappy with Zara’s attitude at Erinsborough High in forthcoming scenes on Channel 5 and 10 Peach, and becomes severe with her, thinking the girl will get her act together.
This, on the other hand, has the opposite effect, making Zara even more bitter.
Zara responds by telling her new pals Aubrey and Sadie about some important Jane gossip she learned from her mother Amy Greenwood (Jacinta Stapleton).
It doesn’t take long for the rumors to spread around the school, and things spiral out of control when Aubrey and Sadie, seeking vengeance for Zara’s sake, humiliate Jane in class with a cruel joke.
Jane Harris is a character in the film Neighbors.
Zara is amused by the prank and discovers that it was perpetrated by her friends, but Jane assumes Zara was the perpetrator after more investigation.
Zara denies any involvement in the joke, but she also refuses to spy on Aubrey and Sadie, making her the major suspect.
Will Zara be punished for something she didn’t do?
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