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EastEnders’ Freddie Slater bravely confronts rapist Graham Foster during heated row

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After learning what his biological father Graham Foster had done to his mother Little Mo all those years ago, EastEnders’ Freddie Slater was outraged.

Bobby Brazier’s character on EastEnders, Freddie Slater, will soon face off against his evil father in a scene.

Fans of the BBC soap opera observed how Freddie was determined to find out who his biological father was after learning that Billy Mitchell (Perry Fenwick) wasn’t really his father earlier this year.

After finding Graham Foster (Alex McSweeney), Freddie was eager to reconnect with his father, but events quickly changed.

The character has had a difficult time accepting the fact that he shares the same DNA as someone so evil after learning that Graham had sexually assaulted his mother Little Mo Slater (Kacey Ainsworth).

Even though he has avoided Graham ever since discovering the truth, things will soon change.

According to official soap opera spoilers, Freddie will block Graham because he doesn’t want to get to know him after being shocked to receive a friend request from him the following week.

He does, however, decide to confront his father about what he did to his mother after speaking with Gina Knight (Francesca Henry).

Anna Knight (Molly Rainford), concerned for his security, decides to accompany him to make sure that things don’t spiral out of control.

Freddie runs into Graham and the father-son confrontation starts as soon as he sees red.

Graham’s father accuses his mother of lying and demands that she confess to raping Little Mo while fully knowing what Graham did.

As things get heated, Graham tells Freddie to leave or he’ll call the police, which makes Freddie angry.

Freddie is fuming from the confrontation and unable to believe Graham was so callous and heartless, despite Anna’s best efforts to reassure him that he is not his evil father.

However, Freddie can’t get rid of his fear because he is aware that he has a monster’s DNA.

When Freddie later tries and fails to make amends with Bobby Beale (Clay Milner Russell), things only get worse for him.

He then gets into an argument with Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner) after getting into a fight in The Vic.

Will Freddie leave Walford to escape the drama between his dad and the problems with his family and friends?

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