Donna-Marie Quinn (Lucy-Jo Hudson) is furious when she realises that Sinead has framed her.
Earlier in the week Donna -Marie recognised Sinead as a former fellow prostitute and ever since Sinead has been terrified that the truth will come out.
Donna-Marie is worried to hear that her daughter, Juliet’s, been having problems at school and goes in to see Sinead’s husband, Laurie, who is the new Deputy Head. Is Donna Marie going to tell Laurie the truth about his wife?
Later on things spiral out of control when a raging Donna-Marie realises Sinead has planted drugs in her handbag to try and get the upper hand.
Enough is enough. With the school nativity play at Hollyoaks High in full swing, Donna-Marie marches onto the stage and starts shouting to the audience, that Sinead used to be a prostitute. As gasps of shock echo round the room, how can Sinead, who is on stage acting as the Virgin Mary, claw back the situation?
Elsewhere Liam Donovan (Jude Monk McGowan) and Lisa Loveday (Rachel Adedeji) try to offload the dodgy vodka that Lisa bought from one of Glenn’s crook contacts, to Brody Hudson (Adam Woodward). Will Brody take an order off their hands?
Plus Mandy Richardson (Sarah Jayne Dunn) goes to visit her estranged husband Luke, (Gary Lucy) in prison
As the two of them have a heart-to-heart, will Mandy tell Luke about all her recent troubles with Darren and her unborn baby?
Is there a way forward for Luke and Mandy?
Hollyoaks is shown weekdays on C4 at 6.30pm with the next episode following on E4