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    Neighbours: Nicolette Stone turns killer as dark family secret unravels?

    NEIGHBORHOOD troublemaker Nicolette Stone may have begun a new relationship, but according to a new idea published by Express.co.uk, one Ramsay Street resident’s secret may force her to take desperate measures to protect her relationship.

    After a trip to the River Bend, Nicolette (Charlotte Chimes) forged a bond with Neighbours newbie Kiri Hua Durant (Gemma Bird Matheson) in recent episodes. Despite several other characters being caught up in a life-or-death situation, the two women had a passionate rendezvous on the getaway. Glen Donnelly (Richard Huggett) will interfere with the troublemaker’s relationship in forthcoming scenes on the Channel 5 soap, when it finds out Kiri is actually his daughter. When Nicolette learns what Paul Robinson’s (Stefan Dennis) brother is up to, she may decide to kill him in order to keep her new love interest from fleeing.

    Nicolette has been cloaked in mystery since her arrival on Ramsay Street, with many suspecting her of being a villain.

    This all changed when she started a family with David Tanaka (Takaya Honda) and Aaron Brennan (Matt Wilson), yet Glen may rekindle her dark side.

    The drama will premiere on the weekday serial drama next week, with the inhabitants of Erinsborough still trying to figure out what happened on the retreat.

    Glen didn’t expect to see Kiri again once he left the River Bend, having recognized her as his long-lost daughter.

    She does show up on Ramsay Street, to to his surprise, and he is caught in a dilemma because he doesn’t want the newcomer to know he is her father.

    What calms his nerves is the knowledge that Kiri is on Ramsay Street to visit Nicolette, implying that she is unaware of his secret.

    Glen, on the other hand, grows agitated when he keeps running into the newcomer, who appears to be lurking around every corner.

    When Paul’s brother learns that there’s a chance his daughter will stay, he’s even more worried.

    The father of one, on the spur of the moment, decides to drive Kiri out of town, something Nicolette does not want to happen.

    Glen approaches Kiri as a stranger offering counsel and filling her know on what her love interest has done, using the troublemaker’s past against her.

    Kiri is taken aback by what she hears and confronts the lady with whom she has been having a sexual fling, who is surprised to learn that someone has revealed everything to the newcomer.

    It doesn’t take long for the troublemaker to realize Glen was the one who notified Kiri about her wrongdoings, and she is enraged.

    As a result, she pushes him into the pond outside the Lassiters Hotel, where everyone is watching her rage.

    Nicolette’s newest romance appears to be finished at this point, but Glen’s secret is getting closer to being revealed.

    When the troublemaker discovers Glen and Kiri’s connection, she will be even more determined to exact vengeance, knowing that all of this pain could have been avoided.

    The notion is that Nicolette will confront Glen again and tell him that if he doesn’t reveal Kiri his secret, she will.

    Glen will pleading with her not to reveal his past, but Nicolette, determined to come out on top, will leave with a mission in mind.

    As Paul’s brother tries to stop her, a brawl may break out, and Nicolette, frightened for her life, may strike Glen in the head.

    The iconic soap character could die instantaneously if she falls to the floor, leaving the troublemaker to clean up her mess.

    He wanted to start a new chapter of his life away from Ramsay Street, so she would spin the story. His romance with Terese Willis (Rebekah Elmaloglou) had been on and off, and he wanted to start a new chapter of his life away from Ramsay Street.

    Nicolette was also able to keep the fact that Kiri was his daughter a secret from the rest of the world, ensuring that no one would go hunting for him.

    This would allow her to remain unnoticed, but as she develops more rivalries on Ramsay Street in the following months, her deadly tendencies may become increasingly difficult to control.

    People may become skeptical of Nicolette as one action leads to another, fearing she is losing control.

    Will she be identified as a murderer and admit she killed Glen if she is apprehended around the time his body is discovered?

    Charlotte, the actress who plays Nicolette, has talked out about her alter-intricacies ego’s in a recent interview.

    The soap star said: “She is so much fun to play and while some, or a lot, of her choices are questionable, she is a true representation of humanity.

    “We are all flawed.

    “Nicolette doesn’t necessarily do this out of spite, it comes from a place of wanting to be loved and also from not being accepted as gay by her own mother,” she told RadioTimes.com.

    In another interview with Yahoo! the actress added: “I’m so grateful for all the ongoing support for Nicolette and my portrayal of her.”

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