Gray Atkins (Toby-Alexander Smith) receives a visit from the police in EastEnders tonight (September 25), but will he finally be exposed as Chantelle’s (Jessica Plummer) killer?
Gray murdered Chantelle in harrowing scenes last Friday (September 18), and sinisterly covered his tracks — making his wife’s death resemble a tragic accident.
He was subsequently questioned by the police, before being released — much to the delight of Karen Taylor (Lorraine Stanley).
However, Kheerat Panesar (Jaz Deol) knows there’s more to this than meets the eye, and he’s come to believe that Gray is hiding something.
He revealed his theory to a horrified Mitch Baker (Roger Griffiths) during last night’s episode (September 22), and while it appears as if Mitch definitely has doubts about Gray’s innocence, Karen refused to believe her son-in-law did anything wrong.
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At the height of lockdown over three quarters of women living with an abuser said they felt they could not leave or get away because of the pandemic. (78.6% of those answering question – Women’s Aid Survivor Survey, April 2020).
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Gray hasn’t been seen on our screens since he was released by the police, but he makes an appearance in tonight’s edition of the BBC One soap.
Yes, the solicitor receives a visit from the police — and the police reveal that they’ve got some new information.
The question is: have they discovered that he murdered Chantelle?
EastEnders continues Friday September 25 at 8:30pm on BBC One.
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