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Home and Away to air huge death cliffhanger after dramatic showdown

Note: The following article contains discussion of sexual misconduct that some readers may find upsetting.

Home and Away’s latest dramatic death scene will air on UK screens next week.

Channel 5 viewers are about to see the high-stakes episode that was broadcast as Australia’s 2021 season finale in November last year.

In upcoming scenes, Mia Anderson (Anna Samson) bravely tells Chloe (Sam Barrett) the truth about her father Matthew Montgomery (James Sweeny).

Chloe is disgusted to learn that Matthew sexually assaulted Mia and she decides that she wants nothing more to do with him.

Chloe tries to get Matthew out of their lives by rejecting his calls and blocking his number.

Unsure why Chloe has cut contact with him, Matthew turns up to see her during a shift at the Diner. Chloe explains that she knows the truth about what he did to Mia, so never wants to see him again.

Matthew refuses to accept Chloe’s rejection and later shows up at her house.

When Mia hears the argument outside, she rushes to defend Chloe.

Matthew shows his true colours when he grabs Mia and falsely accuses her of spreading lies about him.

Fearing for Mia’s safety, Chloe grabs a brick and smacks Matthew over the head with it.

Matthew falls to the ground and when Chloe and Mia check on him, they’re shocked to realise that he’s dead.

Mia takes control of the situation by loading Matthew’s body into a car boot and warning Chloe to tell nobody what happened.

Mia drives off with Matthew’s body in the boot, but her erratic behaviour catches the attention of policeman Cash Newman (Nicholas Cartwright), who’s on patrol in his car.

The chance encounter leads to a high-speed chase, with Mia desperate to get away from the local cop.