EastEnders spoilers: Frankie Lewis enraged after sexual assault – and vows revenge


FRANKIE LEWIS to stand up for women after sexual assault in exit storyline.

Frankie (Rose Ayling-Ellis) faces an ordeal when a stranger tries to kiss her after repeatedly hassling her on the dancefloor.

Frankie gets sexually assaulted by an unknown man

Frankie is set for a dramatic exit this autumn

She leaves early, refusing Lola’s offer to accompany her home, and makes a panicked exit from the tube.

Frankie becomes aware of the fact she is being followed home.

She is accosted by the man from the club and is trapped until a passer-by intervenes, giving her a chance to escape and get home.

As Shirley comforts Frankie, Mick’s relieved to hear she got away physically unharmed, but Frankie doesn’t see it like this.

Mick enlists Lola’s help with encouraging Frankie to call the police about the man who harassed her and with Ben’s help, she eventually agrees.

Mick supports her as she gives her statement to Jack.

Frankie is disgruntled when Jack tells her that getting a conviction will be hard, leaving Mick feeling helpless.

She later spots Nugget and Denzel interact with an uncomfortable Amy increasing her rage even more.

Frankie is left even more unsettled and when Lola rants about certain behaviours in some men, Frankie feels buoyed on to stand up for women.

At work, Frankie formally pulls Denzel and Nugget up on their behaviour towards Amy.

Frankie thanks Linda for her support saying she did the right thing standing up for Amy.

Will Frankie get justice?

Actress Rose is set to leave the BBC soap and has already filmed her final scenes.

Her on-screen dad Mick – played by Danny Dyer – will also be leaving Albert Square in an explosive Christmas storyline.

Talking exclusively to HOAR, Danny has revealed there will be no way back for Queen Vic landlord Mick.

Mick supports Frankie through her ordeal

Mick will also be departing later this year

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