I think not having a good cop, bad cop or not having a mother around to help with the disciplining in order to look after her as a woman coming into the world, it's got to be a fairly tough thing." Bower later teased a storyline which shows the beginning of Natasha wanting to find out more about her late mother.
He loves her more than anything." Michael decides to go to the police and report Natasha.
Of Michael's decision, Winton told Daniel Kilkelly of Digital Spy, "Michael is at a stage where he's just reaching out for anything that will get through to Tash and he realises that may not be the way to go.
Libby Kennedy (Kym Valentine) is not impressed and she and Michael clash.
When Michael sees Natasha's provocative posters for Pirate Net, he asks Paul Robinson to remove them. He backs down when Natasha and Andrew Robinson (Jordan Smith) change the posters.
Of Michael and Winton's departures, Bower said "The Michael Williams character will be leaving Ramsay Street as part of a significant story coming up in April.
Sandy's contribution to the show has been superb, enabling the character to be part of some milestone storylines.Michael moves to Erinsborough with his daughter, after he is given the position of Principal at the local high school.Having previously worked at a rural high school, Michael implements some new ideas, such as letting students refer to the teachers by their first name and asking them to come to him with suggestions on how to improve the school.It's the last option to be going to the police but he's thinking, 'Right, I'm going to make her take responsibility for her own actions'." On whether the storyline would explore why Natasha has been acting out so much, Winton said "I think the storyline will and does explore that.If you look at the fact she has a single father who is raising her and she's a woman at the age where she is wanting to discover herself, it is a tough time.Michael had a brief relationship with Ruby Rogers (Yesse Spence), before embarking on an affair with Paul's wife, Rebecca (Jane Hall).