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Hollyoaks’ Lysette Anthony rants at soap for killing off Marnie and hints at set feud – calling her exit ‘b******s’

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HOLLYOAKS' Lysette Anthony has claimed her character was wrongly killed off and urged other stars to "stand up for what they believe in".

The London-born actress took to Instagram after her final episode playing Marnie Nightingale aired and launched a scathing attack on the Channel 4 soap.

She hinted at an on-set divide between actors and producers in a series of videos late last night, and commented on a diversity row that surfaced in 2020.

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