EastEnders: Woman tells Ash she doesn’t want to be treated by her
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Vincent Hubbard (played by Richard Blackwood) disappeared from EastEnders in 2018 after falling victim to a trap orchestrated by gangster Aidan Maguire (Patrick Bergin). Kim Fox (Tameka Empson) recently became suspicious about her husband’s fate when she spotted someone impersonating him but Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) warned Denise Fox (Diane Parish) her sister needed to stop digging for information before showing her proof Vincent had been murdered by Aidan. However, in Thursday’s instalment of the BBC soap, Kim proves she won’t be silenced but will this end in her demise?
Phil was enraged in Thursday’s EastEnders when Kim turned up and started asking him about Vincent.
Kim has been surprised to learn Kat Slater (Jessie Wallace) didn’t know her boyfriend had helped Denise get her salon back.
She said to Phil: “I may have told Kat accidentally that you’re helping Denise get back the salon and she might be a little bit upset so this is a cake as an apology – it’s a Caribbean thing, it’s an apology cake.
“You can understand why I would make that mistake because most people would tell their partners if they were doing something like that.”
“It’s none of Kat’s business what I do with my money,” he replied before asking Kim what she really wanted to talk about.
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Kim remarked: “I’m just trying to put the pieces together to find out what happened to my husband.”
“Well I can only tell you what I think and I think Vincent has probably got a new life maybe even a new wife and he’s moved on and I think you need to do the same,” the dodgy dealer said.
“I’ll move on when I’m good and ready and not a moment before, Phil,” she hit back.
After their conversation, Phil warned Denise to stop Kim from asking any more awkward questions.
She explained if she tells her sister not to do something it’ll only make her want to do it more.
However, Phil made it clear there would be trouble if Kim didn’t stop her quest to find out what happened to her husband.
Later, Kim told Denise she was continuing on with her search for information despite promising her sister previously she would forget about it.
“The more I think about it, the more I think Phil knows exactly what happened to Vincent,” Kim said.
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Denise asked: “How would Phil know anything about that?”
“He’s involved in that world he knew the people that were after him,” Kim said. “Phil told you that Vincent disappeared to protect himself and us – that’s a lie.
“He was lying to me again today I knew he was hiding something I could tell from his body language.”
“Then there’s the money he gave me,” Kim pointed out and Denise argued: “He was just being kind.”
“This is Phil Mitchell if he’s kind, it’s for a reason and it’s the same thing with the salon,” the concerned mother said.
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“There are too many threads leading back to him,” she added.
Denise asked: “What exactly are you saying?” and her sister replied: “I don’t just think Phil knows what happened to Vincent, I think he killed him and if he did I will make him pay.”
Phil made it clear to Denise her sister must stop looking for answers after showing her a video of Vincent being killed on the orders of Aidan.
The dodgy dealer explained both himself and her family will be in danger if Kim keeps digging.
If Kim continues to question Phil will he eventually snap and make her disappear to save himself?
EastEnders airs on BBC One on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
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