Apparently, Phil wants to exact revenge on the person who violated his son.
When Phil Mitchell allegedly breaks out of jail, EastEnders viewers could be in for a surprise shortly.
According to rumours, the hardman, played by Steve McFadden, is poised to exact severe retribution and can be seen in filming photos out and about on location.
Phil is “out for blood,” according to the Daily Star Sunday.
Aidan O’Callaghan, who plays Lewis Butler, Kim Medcalf, who plays Sam Mitchell, and actor Steve all participated in the filming, according to the source.
Viewers are aware that last month, Lewis sexually assaulted Ben, Phil’s kid.
Will Phil kill him, though, as Lewis is stained with blood in the production photos and Phil has blood on his hands?
When Phil gets out of prison, he will be out for blood, a source told the publication. He is seeking retribution for what happened to Ben.
It will be explosive, I tell you.
Reps for EastEnders have been approached by ED! for comment.
Phil Mitchell escapes from prison in EastEnders?
One of the soap’s contentious rape plotlines has garnered the greatest criticism.
353 complaints about the horrific scene were received to the BBC by horrified viewers.
viewers’ complaints about the plot during the show prompted the BBC to make a statement.
Is it just me, or does anybody else believe that Ben’s rape should have been reported after the watershed because of its extreme violence? or at the very least included a caution for parents of young viewers?
“I guess the TV watershed doesn’t exist anymore then,” a second said.
The BBC reminded viewers that EastEnders has always been at the forefront of addressing significant concerns in a statement in response to formal complaints.
EastEnders releases a statement regarding rape allegations
According to the BBC, “EastEnders has a long history of dealing with complex and difficult themes, and Ben’s narrative is one of these. EastEnders has been a pre-watershed BBC One mainstay for nearly 37 years.
“To convey the tale, which we believe will increase awareness of sexual assaults and the issues surrounding them, we have worked closely with organisations and specialists in the subject.
“We always keep in mind the time slot in which EastEnders is broadcast, and we have taken great care to signpost this storyline prior to transmission, through on-air continuity and publicity as well as providing a BBC Action Line at the end of the episode which offers advice and support to those affected by the issue,” the statement reads.
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