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James Nightingale (Gregory Finnegan) hasnt had it easy as of late in Hollyoaks, and things are set to take a turn for the worse when he starts lashing out at those closest to him, as these actions will no doubt have devastating consequences not only for him, but also for his family.

James world came crashing down when he learned that love of his life Harry (Parry Glasspool) was not only killed, but that hed been brutally murdered. Unable to process this news, the solicitor acted out by drinking far too much, and bringing men back to his place to party all night — much to mum Marnies (Lysette Anthony) dismay. Things escalated further when he almost jumped off the archway — but Romeo (Owen Warner) managed to stop him from doing so.

Yes, its clear that James isnt in the best place at the moment, something which Romeo learned the hard way when — after an argument between father and son — James punched him. Subsequent episodes have seen James wracked with guilt over his actions, but — in spite of him trying to make amends — Romeos having none of it, and resolves to move into the Maaliks empty house.

This week, Joel discovers that Mercedes ran over Grace and threatened to kill Harry. Liberty meddles in Sienna and Brody?s relationship and Ollie struggles to make a decision between Brooke and his unborn baby. Hollyoaks.
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In the coming episodes, Peri (Ruby ODonnell) stumbles upon the young lad while hes hiding out at the Maaliks and, as a result, she decides to take him some breakfast — during which she encourages him to make amends with James before its too late. However, Peri later sees James getting rather aggressive with Marnie as he grabs her by the arm, and, as a result, she understands why Romeo is refusing to make it up with his dad.

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Later, Marnie discovers the truth about why Romeo left and shes disgusted at her son over his violent actions. As a resuRead More – Source