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Ste might be on trial for the murder of Amy Barnes but it’s by no means certain that hedunnit. There are loads of other people in the frame – and guess what? They’re all great big GAYS!

Who’s who and whodunnit?

Ste Hay

As the prime suspect, and the man who’s going to be in the dock this month, it’s not much of a shock that the finger is pointing at Ste. He has a history of domestic violence towards exgirlfriend Amy, and brain damage cause by meth addiction means Chester’s sexiest scally has been prone to violent outbursts and blackouts. Even he doesn’t quite know for sure if he did it or not!

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