EastEnders spoilers follow for Tuesday’s (October 3) episode that is now available to stream on BBC iPlayer. The episode will air on BBC One at 7:30pm.
Theo Hawthorne (William Ellis) was left fighting for his life after Freddie Slater (Bobby Brazier) returned home to No. 31 to find the stalker and predator attempting to rape Stacey (Lacey Turner).
Freddie, as viewers know, has been struggling to process the fact that his father Graham Foster raped his mum Little Mo (Kacey Ainsworth), with recent scenes seeing him confront the rapist, ordering him to admit what he did.
Stacey, meanwhile, has been left fearing for her life over stalker Theo, who has tormented her for months.
Earlier this week, Stacey went to court in the hopes of securing a Stalking Prevention Order against Theo, but in a shocking turn of events the magistrate decided not to grant the order, a decision which has far-reaching consequences.
Tuesday’s offering of the BBC One soap sees evil Theo refusing to stay away from Stacey, who is clearly terrified of what he might do next.
The twist stalker makes it quite clear that he believes Stacey loves him as much as he ‘loves’ her, reiterating that he reckons they are meant to be together.
In shocking scenes, Theo breaks into No 31 when Stacey is home alone. Freddie, meanwhile, is reeling in the wake of his confrontation with Graham, horrified by how remorseless he was.
After clashing with Stacey earlier in the day, he returns home to apologise, but walks in on Theo attempting to rape Stacey.
Horrified, Freddie leaps into action, with a vicious fight ensuing as he beats Theo severely, consumed with rage over what has happened.
Theo is left motionless in a pool of his own blood with a horrified Stacey watching on, terrified that Freddie has committed murder.
But is this the case? Is Theo actually dead? And either way, what does this mean for Freddie?
Bobby Brazier is set to take a break from EastEnders while he competes on Strictly Come Dancing, so will this perhaps serve as his exit storyline?
EastEnders airs Mondays to Thursdays at 7:30pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.
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