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Neighbours spoilers: Amy’s fears for boyfriends’ sexuality

Amy’s friendships with Levi (Richie Morris) and Ned (Ben Hall) have always been thorny, but as the threesome’s situation worsens, they become even more difficult to navigate.

It’s been a struggle for each of them to wrap their heads around a polyamorous relationship, and they’ve been put to the test by Sheila, Levi’s mother, and their own green-eyed monsters. This, though, will be their toughest test yet.

After word got out that both the men spent the night in Amy’s bed, Ned and Levi are giving her the space she’s requested, but she’s still finding being the talk of the town difficult. However, it isn’t the whole storey, and Amy can’t bring herself to reveal her actual concern.

Levi is still the punchline at the police station, and he’s sick of it. He begins to wonder if it’s all worth it. He has a cheeky flirt with a stranger, and appreciates it when she flirts back, as he craves a sense of normalcy. He is quick to accept her invitation for a drink because he enjoys the attention. This might give his other connection a whole new dimension.

Levi is still the punchline at the police station, and he’s sick of it. He begins to wonder if it’s all worth it. He has a cheeky flirt with a stranger, and appreciates it when she flirts back, as he craves a sense of normalcy. He is quick to accept her invitation for a drink because he enjoys the attention. This might give his other connection a whole new dimension.

Levi, on the other hand, does not receive the reception he anticipates. He expects Amy to be fine with it because she’s dating two guys, so he’s surprised when she says no. She wants him to be hers alone.

Levi, unprepared to accept her hypocrisy, informs her that he’s going on the date and that she’ll have to like it or lump it. Which option will she pick?

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Amy’s friendships with Levi (Richie Morris) and Ned (Ben Hall) have always been thorny, but as the threesome’s situation worsens, they become even more difficult to navigate.

It’s been a struggle for each of them to wrap their heads around a polyamorous relationship, and they’ve been put to the test by Sheila, Levi’s mother, and their own green-eyed monsters. This, though, will be their toughest test yet.

After word got out that both the men spent the night in Amy’s bed, Ned and Levi are giving her the space she’s requested, but she’s still finding being the talk of the town difficult. However, it isn’t the whole storey, and Amy can’t bring herself to reveal her actual concern.

Levi is still the punchline at the police station, and he’s sick of it. He begins to wonder if it’s all worth it. He has a cheeky flirt with a stranger, and appreciates it when she flirts back, as he craves a sense of normalcy. He is quick to accept her invitation for a drink because he enjoys the attention. This might give his other connection a whole new dimension.

Levi is still the punchline at the police station, and he’s sick of it. He begins to wonder if it’s all worth it. He has a cheeky flirt with a stranger, and appreciates it when she flirts back, as he craves a sense of normalcy. He is quick to accept her invitation for a drink because he enjoys the attention. This might give his other connection a whole new dimension.

Levi, on the other hand, does not receive the reception he anticipates. He expects Amy to be fine with it because she’s dating two guys, so he’s surprised when she says no. She wants him to be hers alone.

Levi, unprepared to accept her hypocrisy, informs her that he’s going on the date and that she’ll have to like it or lump it. Which option will she pick?

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Amy’s friendships with Levi (Richie Morris) and Ned (Ben Hall) have always been thorny, but as the threesome’s situation worsens, they become even more difficult to navigate.

It’s been a struggle for each of them to wrap their heads around a polyamorous relationship, and they’ve been put to the test by Sheila, Levi’s mother, and their own green-eyed monsters. This, though, will be their toughest test yet.

After word got out that both the men spent the night in Amy’s bed, Ned and Levi are giving her the space she’s requested, but she’s still finding being the talk of the town difficult. However, it isn’t the whole storey, and Amy can’t bring herself to reveal her actual concern.

Levi is still the punchline at the police station, and he’s sick of it. He begins to wonder if it’s all worth it. He has a cheeky flirt with a stranger, and appreciates it when she flirts back, as he craves a sense of normalcy. He is quick to accept her invitation for a drink because he enjoys the attention. This might give his other connection a whole new dimension.

Levi is still the punchline at the police station, and he’s sick of it. He begins to wonder if it’s all worth it. He has a cheeky flirt with a stranger, and appreciates it when she flirts back, as he craves a sense of normalcy. He is quick to accept her invitation for a drink because he enjoys the attention. This might give his other connection a whole new dimension.

Levi, on the other hand, does not receive the reception he anticipates. He expects Amy to be fine with it because she’s dating two guys, so he’s surprised when she says no. She wants him to be hers alone.

Levi, unprepared to accept her hypocrisy, informs her that he’s going on the date and that she’ll have to like it or lump it. Which option will she pick?

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