Wentworth Season 2 Episode 12 Fear Her
If you want to watch Wentworth Season 2 Episode 12 Fear Her free episodes withal and high quality commercial the right website. Watch Wentworth Season 2 Episode 12 Fear Her and different scenes in amazing streaming free of charge. Stream Wentworth Season 2 Episode 12 Fear Her on the web. Bea makes her way across Melbourne, stopping at Debbie’s grave on the way, eventually arriving at the halfway house where Liz is staying. Liz realizes that Bea planned her escape so that she can get revenge for Debbie’s death and she tries to talk her out of it. However, Bea takes the gun and leaves before the police can find her. She arrives at Brayden’s garage and holds him at gunpoint and in the face of death he begs for forgiveness. Will arrives and talks Bea out of killing him as he’s not worth it. But when Brayden smiles mockingly at her when he thinks he’s out of danger, she sees red and shoots him dead. Nash, recently released on parole, comes to the prison to see Doreen. After being blocked from visiting her, he yells for her from the other side of the wall and when she responds she tells him that she’s pregnant. Fletch queries Kelly’s reasons for being so afraid of Ferguson. Kelly eventually reveals that Ferguson tortured her at Blackmoor when she discovered Ferguson’s affair with an inmate, who subsequently committed suicide when her baby was taken into care by a social worker. Piecing it together, Fletch realizes Ferguson’s evil vendetta against Will and plans to reveal all to the department. But before he manages to, Fletch is targeted and run over by a speeding vehicle in front of Will’s house. It is shown that Ferguson claimed that Bea and Will were in an illicit relationship and Vera confirmed Ferguson’s false accusations, with it being implied that she was forced to go along with Ferguson due to her knowledge that Vera killed her mother. Bea is arrested for the escape and murder while Liz and Will are arrested for aiding and abetting. Upon Bea’s return to Wentworth, and a violent confrontation, Franky hails her as “Queen Bea”. But while all of the other inmates applaud Bea, it is suggested that Franky has an ulterior motive for capitulating her previous ‘top-dog’ position.