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EastEnders fans are convinced they’ve discovered who is behind Stacey Slater’s private webcam request.
The struggling mum revealed she’s been approached by a stranger to do a private sexy one-on-one video chat with a paying customer, which would help her out financially.
As Eve and mum Jean begged her decline the offer as news of her OnlyFans account spreads through Walford and causes trouble for Lily at school, fans are now certain they know who sent the request.
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Taking to Twitter to speculate during Thursday's episode (May 25), fans believe that Freddie’s teacher, Mr Hawthorne is the culprit.
“I wonder if that old teacher of Freddie's is Stacey's Secret Cam admirer… # EastEnders,” asked one fan.
“It’s that creepy teacher guy wanting the live stream innit,” penned a second.
A third chimed in: “Could freddie's teacher mr hawthorne be the one asking stacey for her private videos on her only fans? He's moving and it'll probably be walford or close to walford, and he might start using freddie to get closer to stacey?? #EastEnders.”
A fourth echoed: “Does anyone else think there's something fishy about Freddie's old teacher? How he looked at Bernie's phone when she was talking about Stacey's saucy account.
"Either he is already a 'customer' of Stacey's, or is going to be? Might become some weird stalker? #EastEnders.”
Elsehwere, Ben met with Dr. Washington to discuss a new treatment option available in America for Lola and later headed to No.18 to attend the ladies day party that Jay, Denise, and Kim had arranged.
Ben made a scene before leaving as Kathy and Callum headed home to try and force him to accept the reality of the situation.
Ben remained determined to get Lola enlisted in the experimental drug trial in America.
Freddie agreed to meet with the ADHD specialist after an honest chat with Bobby, where it became apparent that Freddie had a lot of the tell-tale symptoms of ADHD, and he was convinced to speak to a specialist.
Chelsea and Denise put aside their fallout at Lola's racing day celebrations, and Denise said she wouldn't try to stop Chelsea from seeing Ravi again if it meant having her daughter back in her life.
EastEnders airs Mondays to Thursdays at 7.30pm on BBC1.
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