Hollyoaks spoilers for Monday, April 6's first-look episode follow.
Hollyoaks has revealed the shocking truth of how Felix Westwood gave up his children Celeste and Toby Faroe.
In Monday's (April 6) E4 first-look episode, Felix was busy with a blackmail plot of his own when he twisted Walter Deveraux (Trevor A Toussaint) into helping him win over Mitchell (Imran Adams).
"You are more guilty than I am," Walter insisted, with Felix taunting: "You're right. Only difference is I have nothing to lose. And you have everything."
Felix warned that he'd reveal some scandalous secrets from their past if Walter would not comply with his demands, so Mitchell's grandfather enlisted Scott Drinkwell's (Ross Adams) help in getting the two together.
While Felix was busy getting into rows with Warren (Jamie Lomas) and swearing Grace (Tamara Wall) to secrecy over their hook-up, Walter and Scott managed to convince Mitchell to meet up with his dad.
Walter and Felix's meeting with Mitchell was cut short as the junior doctor had to get back for an emergency.
When the two assumed they were alone, Walter and Felix lit into one another in a heated row about their past — as it was exposed that Felix actually sold Celeste and Toby on the black market as children, and Walter knew about it!
"You pretend you are holier than thou, but you went against God," Felix insisted.
Felix sauntered out of the cafe, but Walter's troubles only continued when Mitchell's boyfriend Scott stepped in to reveal that he'd heard everything.
A frantic Walter begged Scott not to tell Mitchell the truth, claiming: "I admit I made a mistake, but for the right reasons. Felix said they had gone to a couple who were desperate for children!"
"Normal people don't buy their kids," Scott insisted.
Will Scott hide the truth or potentially shatter Mitchell and his siblings' lives by revealing the horrifying truth?
Hollyoaks airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 6.30pm on Channel 4, with first-look episodes airing on E4 at 7pm. Wednesdays through Fridays on E4 will feature classic episodes called Hollyoaks Favourites to compensate for the soap suspending filming.
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