John Paul takes the blame for George's murder to protect Sally in Hollyoaks

Hollyoaks icon John Paul McQueen (James Sutton) made a shocking decision tonight (May 20), as he claimed that he killed George Kiss (Callum Kerr) in order to protect Sally St Claire (Annie Wallace).

Viewers were left in shock last night, as – after weeks of speculation – Sally confessed to John Paul, admitting that it was she who murdered George.

The aftermath of her confession aired in tonight’s edition of the Channel 4 soap, which saw the head teacher attempt to explain her actions.

John Paul, of course, struggled to process what he was hearing, and he believed that it was all his fault – claiming that he is responsible for Sally becoming a ‘murderer.’

Sally did her best to try and make him see that this simply isn’t the case, reiterating that George is to blame for it all, because he abused John Paul.

Theresa (Jorgie Porter), meanwhile, faced the consequences, as DS Cohen (Ariana Fraval) interrogated her about the discovery of the murder weapon, after manipulative PC Smith (Callum Lill) handed it in.

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Refusing to let Theresa take the blame – especially given the sudden arrival of Kathleen Angel – Sally decided to take action, and thus she prepared to turn herself in.

After teary-eyed farewells with Goldie (Chelsee Healey) and Nana (Diane Langton), the head teacher headed off to the station.

John Paul, however, had already arrived at the station, and he told DS Cohen that it’s he who murdered George!

John Paul is evidently prepared to go down to protect Sally – but will Sally allow him to do so?

Will she come clean? Or will John Paul’s suffering ultimately continue?

Hollyoaks continues Friday May 21 at 7pm on E4.

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