EastEnders’ Freddie Slater confronts rapist Graham Foster during heated row

EastEnders: Freddie Slater calls Little Mo

EastEnders’ Freddie Slater (played by Bobby Brazier) is set to confront his evil dad in upcoming scenes.

Earlier this year, fans of the BBC soap watched as Freddie was adamant to learn who his biological father was after discovering Billy Mitchell (Perry Fenwick) wasn’t his real dad.

Managing to track down Graham Foster (Alex McSweeney), Freddie was hopeful to build a relationship with his dad, although things quickly took a turn.

After being told Graham had raped his mum Little Mo Slater (Kacey Ainsworth), the character has struggled to come to terms with the fact he shares the same DNA as someone so vile.

Although he’s steared clear of Graham since learning the truth, things will change in upcoming scenes.

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Official spoilers for the soap reveal that next week, Freddie is left shaken to receive a friend request from Graham and decides to block him, not wanting to know him.

However, once he speaks to Gina Knight (Francesca Henry) he decides to confront his father over what he did to his mum.

Worried for his safety, Anna Knight (Molly Rainford) decides to go with him to make sure things don’t get too out of hand.

Meeting up with Graham, the father-son showdown begins as Freddie sees red.

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Demanding Graham admit to raping Little Mo, his dad makes out his mum is a liar, knowing full well what he did.

As the situation starts to get heated, Graham orders Freddie to leave or he’ll call the police, leaving him scathing.

Unable to believe Graham was so cold and remorseless, he’s seething from the confrontation as Anna tries to reassure Freddie that he’s nothing like his evil father.

However, knowing he shares the same DNA as a monster, Freddie can’t shake that fear.

Later on, things go from bad to worse for Freddie after he tries to put things right with Bobby Beale (Clay Milner Russell) and fails.

After getting into an altercation in The Vic, he then has a row with Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner).

With the drama between his dad and trouble with family and friends, will Freddie flee Walford to get away from it all?

EastEnders continues Monday to Thursday on BBC One from 7.30pm.

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