Last night, EastEnders fans saw Jack Branning (played by Scott Maslen) convince Tiffany Butcher (Maisie Smith) and Evie Steele (Sophia Capasso) speak to the police about their drug dealing.
Jack told the pair it would be better to cooperate than to continue to cause trouble.
Evie agreed to give the names of those running the drugs business in exchange for protection and a new identity.
But as she bids farewell to Albert Square, Tiffany will be left struggling with the loss of her friend.
The teen isn’t ready to move on from the traumatic events of late and turns to Jack for support.
Knowing she can’t meet up with Evie for fear of blowing her cover, Tiffany asks the former police officer to track her down and deliver a letter.
Tiffany wants closure and Jack will no doubt be reluctant to help the youngster to contact Evie.
If Jack does agree, reaching out to the drug dealer, her life could be put in danger.
Those who Evie has revealed to be a criminal will no doubt want revenge for her betrayal.
And, in recent weeks, viewers have seen the abuse the teen has suffered at the hands of those controlling her, so it’s clear they won’t hold back.
Will Tiffany be delivered some devastating death news as she finds out she put Evie in danger by reaching out?
Last night’s episode marked Evie’s final instalment on the BBC soap so whatever happens, Tiffany will not see her again.
How will she cope in the coming weeks and will Jack be able to help her through the difficult time?
Elsewhere in EastEnders, viewers were shocked to learn Honey Mitchell’s (Emma Barton) real name.
As dentist Adam (Stephen Rahman-Hughes) grew closer to Habiba Ahmed (Rukku Nahar), he dropped a huge bombshell.
Before they went in to kiss, he stopped and said he couldn’t betray his girlfriend “Susan”.
Fans were left baffled by his remark but it was quickly made clear Susan is Honey’s real name.
“Honey is really called Susan?” one fan tweeted.
Another added: “Please, it’s Honey not Susan.”
EastEnders continues Monday on BBC One at 8pm.
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