Is it true that Jean Slater died after exposing Ruby Allen’s lies on EastEnders?


Is it true that Jean Slater died after exposing Ruby Allen’s lies on EastEnders?

After exposing Ruby Allen’s lies, EASTENDERS resident Jean Slater may be forced to leave the show.

Viewers have been seeing EastEnders resident Jean Slater (played by Gillian Wright) maintain a secret from her family in recent weeks. Jean believes her cancer has returned, and she has only told Ruby Allen thus far (Louisa Lytton). Jean told Ruby about Stacey Slater months earlier in the hopes that she wouldn’t seek charges (Lacey Turner). Despite her failure to assist Stacey, Ruby recently admitted to Jean that Stacey had done nothing wrong and that she had never pushed her down the stairs. Jean has yet to tell anyone what she knows, but she will collapse in the next moments. But, before it’s too late, will she come clean and reveal Ruby’s lies?

Ruby falsely accused Stacey of shoving her down the stairs, despite the fact that the Slater clan member was nowhere near her.

Ruby has kept her dark secret to herself until she eventually revealed Jean the truth in a moment of weakness.

Ruby was pushed by a horrified Jean to tell Martin Fowler (James Bye) the truth, but she has yet to do so.

Jean is not only concerned about Stacey, but she has also gotten herself into drug difficulties.

Janine Butcher (Charlie Brooks) had a lucky escape after getting caught in a fire at Phil Mitchell’s (Steve McFadden) house in Monday night’s episode.

Janine, on the other hand, wasn’t stuck in the fire alone; she was also trapped with Tommy Moon (Shay Crotty).

It was a close call, but everyone made it out alive, albeit the cause of the fire is still unknown.

After Phil revealed she whacked him over the head with something, Shirley Carter (Linda Henry) was the last one in the house.

Shirley, unsure of what has transpired, pursues Jean, who is desperately attempting to contact Kat Slater (Jessie Wallace).

“Have you seen Kat?” says the narrator. As she passed through the cab office door, Jean inquired of Shirley.

Shirley replied with a frightened expression on her face, “No.” “What happened out there, Jean?”

In a panic, Jean recounted, “It was horrific, the whole apartment was on fire.”

“How? Shirley revealed, “I was there,” as Jean inquired, “You?” What exactly do you mean when you say you were there?

“Why do you have such a guilty expression on your face, Shirley?” “Brinkwire Summary News” is what’s going on.


Comments are closed.