Uh oh, “Scream” fans. It looks like Audrey might be in big trouble.

Noah (John Karna) discovered incriminating evidence on Audrey’s (Bex Taylor-Klaus) phone in episode 5 of the MTV TV series — and don’t expect him to stay quiet about it. The synopsis for episode 6, titled “Jeepers Creepers,” teases that he’ll reveal what he knows to a friend.

Noah has been suspicious of Audrey for a couple weeks, and now he has the proof he needs. However, he’s not exactly ready to go to the cops. The promo video shows him bringing the evidence to Emma (Willa Fitzgerald), who doesn’t want to believe that Audrey betrayed them. Although she’s skeptical about it, the episode description teases that she does begin to question her friendships. But Emma might not only be concerned about Audrey. She asked Kieran (Amadeus Serafini) for space last week after he told Sheriff Acosta (Anthony Ruivivar) that she had Jake’s (Tom Maden) cellphone.

As Noah investigates Audrey, Brooke (Carlson Young) will be turning to Stavo (Santiago Segura) for help in digging up information on Seth Branson (Bobby Campo). Brooke’s certain that her ex-lover played a role in Jake’s death. But is he innocent, just like last time?

While those are the only clues that can be pulled from the synopsis and promo video, the title for episode 6 may also hint at the drama to come for the Lakewood Five. Each episode of Season 2 is named after a horror movie, and Tuesday’s installment is in honor of the 2001 film “Jeepers Creepers.”

The scary movie is about a brother and sister, Trish  (Gina Philips) and Darry (Justin Long), who encounter a dark creature on their way home from Florida. This creature comes about every 23 years and stalks his prey for 23 days. He kills people and uses their body parts to create his own body. The film resulted in a 2003 sequel with a third installment scheduled for release in 2017. Could the new Brandon James killer be saving body parts to create his own monster?

“Scream” Season 2, episode 6 will air on MTV on Tuesday, July 5 at 10 p.m. EDT.