EastEnders spoilers: Whitney Dean's murder trial rocked by shock on the day of Chantelle's funeral

EastEnders spoilers: Whitney Dean's murder trial rocked by shock on the day of Chantelle's funeral

09/29/2020

DISASTER strikes on the first day of Whitney Dean’s murder trial next week in EastEnders.

Whitney’s lawyer Gray will slowly unravel on the day as he struggles to balance Whitney’s trial with his wife Chantelle’s funeral. 

  • Visit our EastEnders page for the latest gossip
  • Find all EastEnders spoilers here

Viewers know that Whitney was arrested for her stalker Leo King's murder earlier this year in the BBC One soap after she accidentally killed him in self-defence.

Whitney was then released from prison on bail, with her lawyer Gray vowing to build her a defence.

But next week’s episodes of EastEnders will see Gray hit rock bottom as he struggles to balance Whitney’s trial with his guilty conscience after murdering Chantelle. 


When Gray is late meeting his colleagues, Whitney suggests taking Gray off the case given that Chantelle’s funeral clashes with the first hearing. 

But Gray pleads with Whitney to let him work to take his mind of the tragedy.

Whitney agrees to look after Gray’s kids while he works, but soon realises she’s bitten off more than she can chew. 

Later, Gray tells Whitney he’ll be staying on her case but Whitney insists he needs to prioritise his children and the funeral. 


Whitney then admits she’s terrified of facing court without him. 

Later, Gray struggles to hold it together on the day of Chantelle’s funeral.

As the first day of Whitney’s murder trial arrives, Sonia tries her best to provide support for Whit. 

But neither could be prepared for the disaster that strikes next.

Might the chaos have something to do with Gray?

And might it affect the outcome of Whitney’s trial?

Later, with the prosecution grilling Whitney, she bravely defends herself. 

But when Mick takes the stand, he grabs his chest and collapses during a panic attack.

Is it all over for Whitney?

Source: Read Full Article