Hollyoaks spoilers: Will Lockie Campbell survive shocking Christmas kidnap plot?


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by Kayleigh Dray |
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It’s official; Christmas in soapland is going to be just as cheery as ever for 2015.

And it seems as if it will be particularly nightmarish for Hollyoaks lothario Lockie Campbell, who spends the festive period chained up in a abandoned shack.


Well, Lockie (played by Nick Rhys) is set to discover that his dangerous brother, Cameron, was the one who caused the shock gas explosion at Leela Lomax’s flat.

"Lockie sadly and slowly starts to see such a big change in Cameron's mindset..."

And Cameron, who is becoming increasingly unhinged by the second, kidnaps his brother in a desperate attempt to keep him quiet, locking him up with barely any food or water.

But just how far is Cameron prepared to go to keep his brother quiet?

Speaking to Digital Spy, Nick Rhys explained: “You'll have to watch to see how it unfolds, but for a very long time, Lockie almost has too much faith in his brother.

“He keeps on thinking that Cameron is going to snap out of this, realise his mistake and make amends.

“But, as time goes on, Lockie sadly and slowly starts to see such a big change in Cameron's mindset.

“Lockie still tries to hope that it's going to be okay, but over time he gets more and more scared.

“There's real fear there."

That doesn’t sound good, does it?

Nick added that his character, usually so persuasive in all other walks of life, will attempt to talk his brother into letting him go.

However, despite all his best efforts, Cameron refuses to listen to reason… and it soon becomes clear that Lockie may never leave that abandoned shack alive.


Read Nick Rhy’s full interview on the Christmas kidnap storyline over at Digital Spy now.

Hollyoaks airs weeknights at 6.30pm on Channel 4, with first look screenings at 7pm on E4.

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