Levi (played by Richie Morris) has just about got his family life back on track, ever since his grandmother Sheila Canning (Colette Mann) told him she was the reason he was attacked by a group of thugs when he was younger. What she and his cousin Kyle Canning (Chris Milligan) don’t realise is the horrendous ordeal from his past led to him suffering from uncontrollable seizures, meaning he will have epilepsy for the rest of his life. At the moment, only Neighbours favourite Bea Nilsson (Bonnie Anderson) knows the truth but upcoming scenes on the Channel 5 soap will see him confess to his loved ones what he has been hiding from them all these years.
The drama kicks off next week when one of the Australian’s biggest storylines of the year comes to a head after he and colleague Yashvi Rebecchi (Olivia Junkeer) begin to realise who is behind the drugs operation running rampant throughout Ramsay Street.
Viewers have already seen them suspect their boss and detective Dax Braddock (Dean Kirkright) is the kingpin behind the illegal activity.
It seems their intuition is correct as the villain starts to struggle to keep up his nice guy persona and it becomes clear he wants the youngsters out the picture for good.
Not only does he suspend Yashvi from her duties, but he also takes things one step further with Levi by messing with his epilepsy medication.
Unfortunately, this has severe consequences for the young police officer as he begins fitting at number 26.
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Neighbours spoilers: Levi Canning's tragic secret exposed as Ramsay Street's left in peril (Image: Channel 5)
Neighbours spoilers: Levi Canning tells Sheila Canning and Kyle Canning he has epilepsy (Image: Channel 5)
Luckily, he is found and given the right medication to get his seizures back under control but his family have a lot of questions to ask.
Sheila always knew her grandson had some head trauma following the attack but never realised just how severe it was.
The Canning matriarch will surely be left devastated by her loved one’s condition, but it’s not just his family he has to answer to.
Given his career in the force, the youngster has to confess he has been harbouring a medical condition which could jeopardise his