Neighbours spoilers follow for UK viewers.
Neighbours' UK fans can get a first look at Scarlett Brady's shock return storyline in these new spoiler pictures.
Christie Whelan-Browne has reprised her role as Scarlett for a guest stint, which ties in with Ned Willis's ongoing Fandangle storyline.
Next week, Ned (Ben Hall) heads off for a countryside break with his girlfriend Yashvi Rebecchi (Olivia Junkeer) and plans to come clean with her about his nude photos and videos.
As Ned relaxes into the holiday, however, he's alarmed to receive a creepy message from his biggest Fandangle fan – who seems to know exactly where he is.
Ned ends up exchanging messages with the mystery individual, who threatens to expose his x-rated secret until he agrees to a meeting.
When Ned turns up at the arranged time, he's utterly horrified to realise that Scarlett is the one who has become obsessed with him on Fandangle.
This re-opens the darkest chapter of Ned's life, as he's plagued with bad memories over the day that Scarlet stabbed him last year. Scarlett spent time in a psychiatric facility after the incident, but is now a free woman again.
Although Ned wants to get away from Scarlett as quickly as possible, she clearly has other ideas as she threatens to send his naked video to everyone he knows.
Scarlett will only keep the video to herself if Ned agrees to paint a portrait of her, which she plans to give to her new fiancé as a wedding present.
Ned later returns home to Erinsborough, having been given a 24-hour deadline from Scarlett to consider her demands.
Clearly traumatised, Ned soon starts to see visions of Scarlett everywhere and also has a nightmare about her. When he confides in Yashvi about this – without revealing any other details – she worries that his post-traumatic stress disorder is returning.
Desperate to get rid of Scarlett quickly, Ned agrees to the portrait idea but outlines some strict conditions of his own. Will he regret making a deal with the devil?
Neighbours airs these scenes on Wednesday, October 7 and Thursday, October 8 at 1.45pm and 5.30pm on Channel 5.
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