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Last night, EastEnders fans were shocked to discover what Tina Carter (played by Luisa Bradshaw-White) was involved with Stuart Halfway (Ricky Champ). 

The beloved character overheard ‘We Call It Acieed’ by D-Mob during an Eighties’ night. 

And it sent horrifying memories flooding back for Tina, who stopped what she was doing. 

What made it worse was Stuart’s sinister grin staring across the room at her. 

Although fans will have to wait until tonight to discover what happened to Tina, EastEnders released a gripping trailer on the upcoming drama. 

The teasing video shows Tina opening up to Sonia Fowler (Natalie Cassidy) about the ordeal. 

Immediately, her friend begs her to confess what’s happened to her. 

But before that, Tina tells Linda Carter (Kellie Bright), who in turn tells Mick Carter (Danny Dyer).

The pub landlord is asked to look into Stuart’s eyes to see who he believes.

But it seems his mind is clear, as later on in the trailer, Mick is shaking with rage. 

Will he take revenge on Stuart once he discovers what happened to Tina?

And if so, how far will Mick go?

Quite a few theories are being bandied around the internet surrounding what happened to Tina. 

Some think Stuart raped her and she blocked out the awful ordeal. 

One viewer commented on Twitter: “So what's the deal with Stuart and Tina in @bbceastenders? Did he rape her to that song or something? Is he Zsa Zsa's dad? They haven't seen each other for about 25 years and how old is Zsa Zsa?”

While another added: “So did Stuart rape Tina and he’s Zsa Zsa’s dad?”

The song was probably playing at the time, which is why it all came flooding back for poor Tina. Will the truth be revealed tonight?

This follows news that Carmel Kazemi star Bonnie Langford will leave EastEnders. 

Bonnie has been on the BBC soap for three years, but has called time on Albert Square for now. 

EastEnders continues tonight on BBC One at 8pm. 

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