Bobby Brazier’s character in EastEnders, Freddie Slater, made the decision to find his biological father a few weeks ago.
Freddie first didn’t see the issue with locating Graham, but that was only because he was ignorant of the fact that Graham’s only contribution to his conception was by raping Little Mo.
Freddie made the decision to stop communicating with his father after discovering the truth, but this week his emotions are tested once more as he accepts a friend request from Graham online.
After speaking with Gina (Francesca Henry), Freddie resolves to approach Graham after first refusing the suggestion.
When Freddie finally locates his father, a confrontation follows, and Anna (Molly Rainford) goes along to support Freddie.
Graham refuses to confess to Little Mo’s rape when Freddie begs him to, and the villain claims that Freddie’s mother is a liar.
After his altercation with Graham, Freddie is in shock at home. He finds it hard to believe his father could be so callous and heartless.
Freddie continues to dwell on the idea that he shares DNA with a total monster, despite Anna’s best efforts to convince him that he is nothing like his father.
Emotions remain high throughout the week as Freddie struggles to repair his friendship with Bobby (Clay Milner Russell) and ends up arguing with Stacey (Lacey Turner).
Can he continue after this?
Or will things deteriorate further?