On Home and Away, Felicity Newman (Jacqui Purvis) is reeling from the revelation that her friend Anne Sherman (Megan Smart) has been framing her for crimes she didn’t commit.
Felicity confronts Anne about her betrayal after piecing together the clues.
She demands to know why Anne is accusing her of stalking Tane Parata (Ethan Browne) as well as the hazardous chemical attack.
After scheming, Felicity panics and phones her cop brother, Cash (Nicholas Cartwright). All of Anne’s secrets are revealed.
But, in the absence of any substantial evidence, it will be Felicity’s word against Anne’s.
Felicity is concerned that Cash is still skeptical of her innocence.
Meanwhile, Detective Darren Nasser (Julian Maroun) is ready to arrest Felicity for attempted murder, based on the evidence.
When the cops arrive at the Caravan Park to make an arrest, however, Felicity is nowhere to be found!
Is she on the run now?
Tane gets released from the hospital and comes home after surviving the assassination attempt.
Tane isn’t persuaded that his ex-lover, Felicity, was the mystery person who left him for dead at the gym, despite the rumors around town.
Detective Nasser pays a visit to the Paratas’ home to give them an update.
The gym can reopen for business now that it is no longer a crime scene.
Meanwhile, the cops are preparing to apprehend Felicity for Tane’s attempted murder!
But, just as it appears like Tane’s horror is nearing an end, the mystery stalker sends her another note and a red rose.
“I’ll see you shortly!”
Bella Nixon (Courtney Miller) is irritated by her boyfriend, Nikau Parata (Kawakawa Fox-Reo), who continues to openly accuse Felicity of the attack on his uncle, Tane, on the internet.
Jasmine Delaney (Sam Frost), Cash’s girlfriend, tells Bella that some of Nikau’s acts are libelous and could land him in legal problems.
Despite the warning, Nikau continues to cause Felicity problems.
Bella decides to spend the night alone because she is fed up with Nikau’s behavior.