After she flirts with his friends at the E20.
With the drinks flowing, Ruby flirts with Ross, Matt and Glenn, taking a particular shine to Ross and with the night coming to an end, Stacey and Martin leave Ruby to continue the party without them.
As Ross, Matt and Glenn meet with Martin for the breakfast they arranged the night before, Ruby visits Stacey who is keen to find out what happened after her and Martin left the party.
Stopping off at the chemist, Stacey overhears Ruby asking for the morning after pill and sensing something's wrong, invites Ruby back home. It's there that she tells her that she slept with Ross before passing out. She goes on to reveal that when she woke up, Matt was on top of her.
With Ruby blaming herself for being drunk, Stacey tries to comfort her and insists she did nothing wrong and was raped.
Meanwhile, Martin’s friends share their version of events and Martin learns Ruby slept with Ross and Matt. He questions his friends’ actions but they tell him it was consensual.
Worried when she can't get hold of Ruby, Stacey's fears grow when Martin tells her that his friends are insisting it was consensual. As Martin defends his friends, Stacey storms off and goes to the police station to seek advice on what to do.
When she returns, she finds Ruby who is struggling to come to terms with what happened.
Pained by memories from her own ordeal, Stacey tells a fragile Ruby there’s still time to go to the clinic and then she can decide whether she wants to go to the police. Agreeing, Ruby goes to the clinic.
Seeking advice from Kush on what to do, Martin is warned not to get involved and offers to take Stacey out for dinner.
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