EASTENDERS Nazi Aaron Monroe takes a disturbing turn next week when he spikes his own dad’s drink during a date.
The racist thug – who is played by actor Charlie Wernham in the BBC soap – has been revealed to be evil, but next week he takes it to another level.
With his dad Harvey getting nervous about his date with Jean Slater, Aaron decides to take matters into his own hands.
He first offers advice to his dad, but quickly decides it isn’t enough.
With Harvey hoping to impress Jean, control freak Aaron decides he needs to loosen up.
So when Harvey is trying to enjoy a simple pint – Aaron starts secretly adding vodka to it.
Whilst waiting, Aaron slips some more vodka into his dad’s beer encouraging him to drink up.
It’s only when Harvey begins to get noticeably drunker that barmaid Mila starts paying attention to what’s going on.
And when she realises what Aaron’s doing – she cuts Aaron off.
Meanwhile Aaron has more issues at hand when he drags Tiffany Butcher into his sick racist rants.
He discovers the school has cancelled the nativity play to enable the kids more time to catch up on the lessons they have missed due to covid.
And he can’t wait to twist things to suit his bigoted narrative.
At The Vic, Aaron, who overheard Dana and Bobby talking about the mosque fundraiser, rants about the woke brigade cancelling the nativity.
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Keegan overhears and scolds Tiffany for listening to Aaron’s rubbish but she shares a petition on her page and things go downhill from there.
But how bad could things get?
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With Keegan now demanding a divorce – Tiffany is fragile and later agrees to another date with Aaron.
How long before she realises what he is?
Or will she be reeled into his sick games?
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