Denise Fox becomes Gray Atkins’ next victim on EastEnders, and it’s Chelsea’s fault?
Gray Atkins of the EASTENDERS murdered his wife Chantelle, who had been the victim of his abuse, about a year earlier. His nefarious activities have remained unknown, and everyone believes she died in a horrible accident. Since then, he’s killed several locals, sometimes in an attempt to cover up Chantelle’s death; will Denise Fox next?
Gray (Toby Alexander Smith) subjected Chantelle (Jessica Plummer) to horrific domestic abuse before killing her and staging her death as an accident, as seen on EastEnders. He then killed Tine Carter (Luisa Bradshaw-White) because she accused him of doing something to Chantelle, and he killed Davood Ghadami (Kush Kazemi) to keep Whitney Dean (Shona McGarty) in his life. Gray has made it plain that he will attack anyone in order to keep his secrets hidden and control those closest to him, so may he shift his focus to Denise Fox, Chelsea Fox’s (Zaraah Abrahams) mother? (Photo courtesy of Diane Parish.) This website contacted domestic abuse organizations to learn more about how the tale might progress.
Gray was initially exclusively violent towards his wife, but after her death, he went on to murder others, usually to shield himself from the truth getting out or to manipulate another lady, such as Whitney.
Chelsea and Gray have begun dating recently, but Chelsea regards it as a casual relationship and is using Gray to receive legal counsel before her court appearance.
But she, too, was terrified when he recently screamed and harmed himself while inebriated.
Gray appears to have turned his attention to Chelsea after things with Whitney didn’t go as planned, and he has already shown some controlling tendencies towards her, such as criticizing her wardrobe choice last week.
In an earlier episode, one of Gray’s coworkers even advised Chelsea to stay away from him, telling her, “You should be searching closer to home.”
“You aren’t the first, and you won’t be the last,” she said. “He’s looking for impoverished little girls he can tear down and remake in his own image.” “I’m my own person,” Chelsea asserted, but she grew concerned when she received the following response: “I think Chantelle thought that too.”
Chelsea inquired, to which Gray’s coworker replied, “Because I am.” Brinkwire Summary News