EastEnders Whitney in turmoil as evil Leo takes her to paedo Tony’s grave

EastEnders' Whitney thought all of her troubles had disappeared following the arrest of Leo, however, with Leo being a manipulation expert he managed to walk away without being charged.

Problems soon arose when Leo held Whitney captive on the balcony of The Prince Albert.

Family friend, Kush, was desperate to save her from Leo's grip moved in to push Leo away which resulted in him falling over the balcony, landing him in hospital.

Recovering from his fall, Leo gave Walford Police a string of lies in order to incriminate Kat Slater's boyfriend.

Despite Whitney, Kat and Mo going over their stories, Kush was still charged with GBH.

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Wanting to play the hero, Whitney visited Leo in hospital in a bid to manipulate her ex-lover into thinking there is a possibility they can rekindle their flame.

However, when Whitney ventured away to buy coffee, twisted Leo went into her handbag to steal her logbook, which held all the evidence that showed he had been stalking her – a valuable tool for the police.

With the logbook being the only piece of evidence that can help Kush, Whitney felt incredibly guilty.

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Despite this, the fashion designer opted to take matters into her own hands.

In a shocking move, Leo took his ex-girlfriend to Tony's grave, with things soon turning pretty violent.

Chatting to Metro.co.uk at the recent National Television Awards, Shona McGarty who plays Whitney said: "Whitney is in a lot of danger it’s only going to get darker it’s going to be good.

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"I loved every minute working with Tom wells I think he’s an amazing actor he can just snap into that psycho stalker mode quite easily."

She went on to say: "There is a light at the end of the tunnel but it’s a long tunnel but she will be alright she will be fine."

EastEnders airs Mondays & Fridays at 8pm and Tuesdays & Thursdays at 7:30pm on BBC One

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