Verity's privacy violated in Hollyoaks' disturbing Bluebird story

Verity Hutchinson (Eva O’Hara) is left crushed in upcoming Hollyoaks scenes, as she discovers her privacy has been violated due to Operation Bluebird.

The lawyer receives the upsetting news on Friday’s (November 12) E4 first-look edition of the Channel 4 soap.

But in the wake of the discovery, she decides against disclosing her identity.

Celeste Faroe (Andrea Ali), meanwhile, realises that something is not quite right with Verity, who reveals she’s not all that bothered about the merger.

Desperate to help, she organises a surprise girls breakfast.

The brunch is a roaring success at first, as Celeste succeeds in getting Verity to patch things up with Cleo and Theresa McQueen (Nadine Mulkerrin and Jorgie Porter), after they fell out over the Hutchinsons moving into The Dog.

But things take a turn when the topic of Misbah Maalik (Harvey Virdi) and Ali Shahzad (Omar Malik) is discussed, and Verity storms out as a result.

Afterwards, she calls DS Cohen (Ariana Fraval), and asks if she can speak to all the girls affected by Operation Bluebird.

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DS Cohen seemingly complies with her request, as Verity chats to her fellow victims, telling them that digital forensics have managed to restore some of the video files.

She then encourages them to stamp on the hard drives as a form of therapy.

But this could prove damaging for Fergus Collins (Robert Beck), however, as one of the girls decides to keep the hard drive footage!

Verity, meanwhile, gets fed up at the system being geared towards men, and therefore she suggests forging evidence to help with Misbah’s case. Sami refuses, but Shaq is somewhat tempted.

Will they go through with their plan?

One to watch: Friday November 12 at 7pm on E4.

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