As Jenna's tribunal over her kiss with Sophie (Brooke Vincent) nears, the teenager says that she will take the blame to exonerate the physiotherapist.
"Jenna realises then how much Sophie really cares for her and what a kind-hearted person she is," Bohn told ITV. "She's prepared to put herself on the line and say to everyone she made it up when she's going to end up looking like the bad guy.
"The fact that she's willing to do that for Jenna really opens her eyes, she's willing to lie for her when Jenna won't even stand up and tell the truth.
"At first she thinks Sophie's said it on a whim but she realises she has thought it through and maybe Sophie's a lot maturer than she first thought."
Speaking of Jenna's decision to tell Lloyd about her sexuality, Bohn added: "Through getting to know Lloyd, Jenna's realised that he's a really nice person, he doesn't judge anyone and he's willing to listen.
"He gives her the space to say what she wants to say and he's really supportive when she tells him the truth, he makes it clear that she's his daughter and he'll stand by her whatever she does.
"He doesn't tell her to lie to the tribunal, he doesn't say tell the truth, he just tells her to go with her heart."
On Sophie and Jenna's future, she continued: "At the time of coming out of the tribunal Jenna's main concerns are sorting out her career and sorting out her family. I don't think she's got the head space for a relationship after everything that's happened."
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