Where’s Lea? Home and Away fans have an explosive theory about the disappearance of the Ada Nicodemou character from Summer Bay
Home and Away fans have come up with an explosive new theory about Leah Patterson’s whereabouts after she disappeared from Summer Bay.
As reported by Love now this week some fans think that Leah – played by Ada Nicodemou – was abducted.
Soap lovers speculate that Irene’s son, Mick, has taken Leah hostage, since Lea’s son, VJ, is the legal guardian of Mick’s daughter, Luc.
Where’s Lea? Home and Away fans have an explosive theory about the disappearance of the character of Ada Nicodemou – and it’s her son VJ. Leah and VJ are depicted on the soap
Mick (Kristian Schmid) moved to WA, but fans think he used Leah to join VJ and his daughter after leaving Summer Bay three years ago.
Mick had raped Billie Ashford (Tessa de Josselin) and made her pregnant when she was in a relationship with VJ. She later died of cancer after the birth.
“I’m thinking of Irene’s son [Mick] he is probably trying to get Billy’s baby back and took Leah to take her to VJ, “a fan on Facebook wrote.
What do you think? As reported by Now To Love this week, some fans think Leah – played by Ada Nicodemou – was abducted. Soap lovers speculate that Irene’s son, Mick, has taken Leah hostage, since Lea’s son, VJ, is the legal guardian of Mick’s daughter, Luc
Another added, “I wonder if Luc’s biological father kidnapped her because he wants to know where VJ took his daughter?”
Ada revealed earlier this month that she almost ran away from Home and Away in her early twenties.
The 42-year-old actress told women’s Day that she went through a phase when she struggled with her role.
Candid: Ada revealed earlier this month that she was almost running away from Home and Away
In 2000, Ada Leah Patterson started playing the popular program.
Ada started the soap shortly after packing her breakout role as Katerina Ioannou on Heartbreak High.
She said the toll of starting a new and demanding dramatic role in the beginning was difficult.
“I was exhausted and I just didn’t want to do a show, I just wanted a break,” Ada admitted.
Fortunately, she added, “But 20 years later I’m still here!”
“I was exhausted”: speaking to Women’s Day, Ada admitted that she was struggling with her role in her early twenties