Victor Brothers (Benjamin O’Mahony) issued a dark threat to Jordan Price (Connor Calland) in Hollyoaks tonight (November 4), revealing that, if he ultimately fails in his mission, then he’ll end up dead.
Jordan thought his days as a free man had come to an end after he was arrested for possession with intent to supply.
However, with PC George Kiss (Callum Kerr) having failed to document the arrest, the young man was released without charge.
In an effort to prove himself to Victor, Jordan promised that he would do whatever is necessary to work out who reported him to the police.
Doing so would no doubt be difficult given that his reputation as a drug dealer now precedes him, and therefore he had some making up to do.
With Leela Lomax (Kirsty Leigh Porter) temporarily away from the village, Jordan set his sights on Peri (Ruby O’Donnell) — much to Juliet Nightingale’s (Niamh Blackshaw) dismay.
After a compelling performance, Jordan managed to convince Peri that he changed, but as he informed Sid Sumner (Billy Price) about how he was back in the young girl’s good books, Victor arrived.
The drugs boss wasn’t pleased that Jordan hadn’t managed to locate the person who reported him to the police, and he informed him that — if he doesn’t do so soon — he’ll kill him.
Sid was terrified, as he knows full well his life is in danger if Victor discovers the truth, given that it was he who reported his own cousin.
The question is: will Victor follow through on his threat and kill Jordan?
Hollyoaks continues Thursday November 5 at 7pm on E4.
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