EastEnders star drops huge hint Stacey is Christmas murderer and teases victim’s identity

EastEnders star Lacey Turner has hinted that Stacey Slater could be the Christmas murderer after teasing the identity of the dead male (Image: BBC/Jack Barnes/Kieron McCarron)

After teasing the name of the deceased guy, EastEnder Lacey Turner indicated that Stacey Slater may be the Christmas killer.

According to Lacey Turner, Stacey Slater may be the EastEnders Christmas killer.

The past several months have been difficult for Stacey as she has struggled to maintain her growing family and pay for living expenses after learning that her 12-year-old daughter Lily was expecting her first child following a one-night fling with Ricky Jr. She turned to cam work in order to find anything that might support her family’s lifestyle. While there, she even met ‘Edmund,’ a man who seemed like a decent guy who was only willing to pay her for video chats and talks.

But gradually his demands took a darker turn, and it came to light that ‘Edmund’ was really Theo Hawthorne, Lily’s teacher at the Slaters’ house almost every day. In unsettling sequences earlier this month, Theo locked Stacey in her kitchen when she discovered his true identity and insisted on having a conversation with him. Even after he chose to rent out the house next door, she was advised that there was nothing the police could do. Although she was able to escape, the situation worsened.

Stacey finally confronted Theo earlier this month ( Image: BBC/Jack Barnes/Kieron McCarron)

“There’s a turning point coming up where Stacey finds fire in her belly to be angry and decides she is not going to be a victim,” Lacey claimed to Radio Times, perhaps implying that Theo would be the one to die this Christmas at the hands of Stacey.

“She is furious with Theo right now and believes she will destroy him, but she did what she had to do to support her family. You assume Theo is gone, but then he reappears, and we essentially reenact a previously told tale with a few extra characters and a somewhat different resolution. I hope that this marks Theo Hawthorne’s demise.”

There will be some epic sequences when we eventually find out who the deceased man is, how he is connected to the Square and its people, and why he died this Christmas, whoever ends up dead. Standing around the body are the six women—Suki, Kathy, Sharon, Stacey, Denise, and Linda—but how did he die, and are any of them the murderer?

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