Hollyoaks' Prince McQueen makes confession over Rayne murder

Hollyoaks spoilers follow from Wednesday's episode on Channel 4 streaming, which doesn't air on E4 until Thursday.

Hollyoaks has aired another major plot twist in the Rayne Royce murder storyline, perhaps the biggest one yet.

Tonight's (November 15) streaming-first episode saw Zoe Anderson accuse Prince McQueen of doctoring and leaking the video of Peri Lomax confessing to Rayne's murder after seeing the video in the editing software on the laptop.

Prince responded that it was convenient that Zoe found her 'evidence' as fingers were being pointed towards her, while she maintained that it was suspicious those files were on his hard drive in the first place.

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Feeling the pressure of being a suspect, Hunter decided to take the microphone during his DJ set and accused Zoe of being the murderer live on air.

Peri then approached Zoe in the street and accused her of being a liar and that she's been breaking down with everyone thinking she did it. Zoe stated that no one understood how hard it was to be connected to a murder in her line of work and that she's been suspended from a job she loves. Tensions rose between the two until Peri slapped Zoe right in front of Sharon.

Over at the police station, Hunter stopped Prince from making a complaint about Zoe and revealed that he was the one behind the video of Peri.

"Who do you think the police'll believe? The black kid from the estate, or the pretty blonde influencer?" Hunter told his brother.

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That wasn't the only confession, however. Later in the episode, Hunter found Prince having a panic attack. In tears, Prince admitted that he killed Rayne.

Have we finally found out who did, or is Prince just saying it because he's cracked under all of the pressure?

Hollyoaks streams first online via Channel 4 each weekday at 7.30pm. Episodes then air on E4 the following day, before getting their YouTube premiere a week after that.

Selected omnibus episodes are available via Prime Video.

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