Viewers in the UK see Bradley's first scenes next week as Susan hires him as the newspaper's new deputy editor, impressed by his extensive CV.
However, an episode soon to air in Australia sees Susan do some detective work as she no longer trusts Bradley (Aaron Jeffery). In doing so, she finds out that he lied in his references and was actually fired from his last job.
Susan's discovery comes shortly after she has realised that Bradley is in a blossoming relationship with young colleague Summer Hoyland (Jordy Lucas).
Jackie Woodburne, who plays Susan, told TV Week: "Initially, Susan was quite taken with Bradley. She connected with him on an intellectual level and professionally. She thought he was terrific. But she was instantly wary when Summer took up with him, because of the huge age difference between them.
"Bradley is a very experienced man of the world, whereas Summer's a young girl with not that much life experience behind her."
While the reason for Bradley's previous sacking is currently being kept under wraps, Woodburne confirmed that Susan is worried about Summer.
She said: "Now [she] has the additional worry of, 'How do I get Summer to understand that she may be in a dangerous situation?' Things do pick up pace quite quickly."
Neighbours airs these scenes next week on Eleven in Australia, and in November on Channel 5 in the UK.