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'Hollyoaks': Pregnant Sinead will seek abortion after fall

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Hollyoaks' Sinead O'Connor will put the life of her unborn baby at risk after she is injured in a fall.

Sinead, played by Stephanie Davis, will accept a job at Price Slice and falls while cleaning the shop windows, the Daily Star reports.

Sinead falls and lands on the pavement.

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Sinead falls and lands on the pavement.



Viewers have already seen the teenager deal with the aftermath of discovering her pregnancy, and in the wake of the accident she will confide in Cindy Cunningham that she wants an abortion.

While others will be worried about the health of the teenager's unborn baby, viewers will see Sinead plead with hospital medics for help.

A Hollyoaks insider said: "Sinead is going through all sorts of emotions when she falls from the ladder.

"But ultimately she realises that if she had lost her baby then all her worries would be over. The bottom line is she does not want the child.

Stephanie Davis as Sinead O'Connor in Hollyoaks

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Stephanie Davis as Sinead O'Connor

Stephanie Waring as Cindy in Hollyoaks

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Stephanie Waring as Cindy Cunningham



"She's young and doesn't want the responsibility of becoming a mum.

"Sinead confides in Cindy, of all people, and even goes as far as booking an abortion after she gets the all-clear from the hospital. Cindy had Holly when she was a teenager, so she can relate to what Sinead is going through and suggests adoption.

"It's then that Sinead decides to give her stepmum first call on the baby.

"Diane is beside herself. All she has ever wanted is a baby of her own, and after a number of failed attempts at IVF she gave up. This is going to be huge for both of them."

These scenes are set to air at the beginning of next month.

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

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