Who is Lucas Johnson in EastEnders and who did he kill?

Who is Lucas Johnson in EastEnders and who did he kill?

Lucas Johnson (Don Gilet) in EastEnders is one of the worst villains in the show’s history. He was the evil vicar married to Denise Fox (Diane Parish) and after ten years away, he finally makes his return in tonight’s Christmas episode.

With Lucas being away for a while, we’re here to give you a quick recap on who he is, what he got up to while he was living in Albert Square, and who he killed:

Who is Lucas Johnson?

Lucas Johnson is the father of Denise’s daughter Chelsea (now played by Zaraah Abrahams) and was married to Denise for two years.

What did Lucas do to Denise?

Where to start?! Lucas Johnson kidnapped Denise after strangling her and telling her children she had ended her life. Lucas killed a prostitute who looked like Denise, and put her body in the canal to make it look like Denise had died.

Denise was being kept in a basement in the house next door to hers, and when he realised his actions were wrong, he allowed Denise to escape.

Who did Lucas kill?

Lucas killed two prostitutes: one who resembled Denise, and another after meeting her in a bar.

Lucas also killed Trina – the mother of Lucas’s son Jordan. While in the shed at the allotments, Lucas pushed her which caused her to impale her throat on a rake. Lucas left her to die and made it look like she had died in an accident while taking drugs.

Denise’s ex-husband, Owen Turner, was another person Lucas killed. During a time where he suspected Lucas was involved in Trina’s death, he confronted him about it, threatening to go to the police. Lucas then strangled Owen to death.

As Lucas returns tonight, whether Denise will find herself in danger when she comes face to face with him remains to be seen…

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