Sally admits to George's murder to save John Paul and Theresa in Hollyoaks?

Hollyoaks’ resident head teacher Sally St Claire (Annie Wallace) has quite the dilemma on her hands, following John Paul McQueen’s (James Sutton) shocking decision to turn himself in to the police.

In the wake of Sally having confessed to George Kiss’ (Callum Kerr) murder, John Paul decided to do whatever it takes to protect her, and therefore he told DS Cohen (Ariana Fraval) that he committed the crime.

Sally will, no doubt, be horrified to discover that her son has taken the blame for something she did, and thus in tonight’s edition of the Channel 4 soap, she sets about righting that wrong.

The Hollyoaks High principal – desperate to protect her son – reveals her desire to come clean.

She does, however, receive some opposition from Theresa (Jorgie Porter), who is also implicated in the murder, given that she was there when Sally killed George.

Theresa begs Sally to rethink her decision, as she’s worried that if the head teacher does come clean, then she herself will also be going to prison.

Will Theresa’s words have an effect on Sally?

Or will Sally follow through with her plan and admit to the murder?

This is going to change who she is as a person,’ actress Annie Wallace told

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‘Because how does someone who believes they are a good personal and a moral person – an educator, a protector of children – how does that kind of person come to terms with the fact that she’s taken another person’s life?

‘How does that affect her psychologically going forwards? I don’t think this is something that can be just dismissed and brushed under the carpet, I think this is something that will have a repercussion in her life for quite a while!

‘And that, to me, was even more interesting that being a part of this ‘whodunit’.

Hollyoaks airs these scenes Friday May 21 at 7pm on E4.

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