EastEnders’ Theo’s three-word message to Stacey leaves BBC viewers freaked out

EastEnders’ Theo’s three-word message to Stacey leaves BBC viewers freaked out

Eastenders favourite Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner) found herself in danger at the end of the latest visit to Albert Square.

Fans of the BBC One soap will know that the struggling mother of three has signed up to online site Secret Cam in a bid to make quick cash for her family.

Things have been tough for Stacey with her teen daughter Lily Slater (Lillia Turner) being pregnant and the cost of living crisis hiking up household bills.

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She planned to keep her stint on the OnlyFans-inspired platform away from her loved ones but they've since found out about her side hustle.

Stacey was recently left horrified when she received a message from her client which made it clear he knows details about her private life.

Eve Unwin (Heather Peace) clocked it must be someone she knows.

During Thursday's (July 27) episode, Stacey was petrified she's got a stalker and tried to find out who it is.

Things got worse when she got flowers from her private client, and Stacey quickly realised he knows where she lives.

Eve quizzed an oblivious Jack Branning (Scott Malsen) discreetly about whether the police can help but he told her that no crime has been committed in the theoretical scenario she was describing.

Theo Hawthorne (William Ellis) later headed to the Slater house on the pretence of dropping off work for Lily Slater (Lilia Turner) and a grateful Stacey invited him in and locked the door behind them.

Little did Stacey know she'd just let the culprit into her home.

Taking to Twitter, one fan penned: "'You're never alone.' That's what a creep would say.."

Another added: "That's so creepy how Theo said to Stacey 'It's okay Stacey, you're never alone'."

A third person posted: "It’s okay Stacey you’re never alone" alongside three throwing up emojis.

"Theo looking more and more creepy by the second," said someone else.

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Creepy Theo offered to put the kettle on and Stacey thanked her daughter's tutor before adding: "I just don't really want to be alone right now."

"It's OK Stacey, you're never alone," Theo replied with a sinister before the end credits rolled.

Will Stacey work out the truth about Theo's true identity?

EastEnders airs Monday to Thursday on BBC One and BBC iPlayer at 7.30pm

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