t Home and Away recently revealed some possible answers about Leah Patterson-Baker's mysterious disappearance.
The beloved character, played by Ada Nicodemou, hasn't been seen on Australia's television since Home And Away final episode of 2019. UK viewers will soon be able to see the story starting on Channel 5.
Wednesday's episode on Channel 7 in Australia (February 12) delved deeper into the unfolding case, suggesting Leah may have been abducted.
The troubling prospect came to light when Leah's loved ones learned that some odd new posts reactivated her online blog, which was taken down towards the end of last year.
Maggie Astoni, Roo Stewart, Justin Morgan, and Tori Morgan were all shocked to see that in Leah's name, a deluge of anti-feminist content was uploaded online. With spelling errors and a harsh sound, Leah was obviously not involved.
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While Leah's account may have been a hack, Justin came up with a stressing idea that after being abducted, she was forced to give the password.
All of the latest evidence was sent straight to the police, with Colby Thorne telling Leah's loved ones not to expect instant answers.
However, frustrated Justin was fascinated with checking the site for new posts and hints, considering perhaps leaving a comment to make things hurry up.
Colby instructed against this, warning that whoever was responsible would tip-off and cause them to go underground.
Should Justin listen to Colby's suggestions, or will it be difficult to resist the temptation to take matters into his own hands?
Home and Away viewers in the UK will see those scenes late in March on Channel 5.