Leo King issues harrowing ultimatum to Whitney in sinister twist? #EastEnders

Whitney Dean (played by Shona McGarty) thought she had finally found someone special when she started dating Leo King (Tom Wells) and was devastated when she discovered he was in fact the son of abusive Tony King. The market trader has been determined to carry on with her life but was left shaken when Leo seemed to be watching her every move on EastEnders. 

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In recent scenes on the BBC soap, the police arrested Leo for his dark behaviour and issued him with a harassment warning.

However, without enough evidence to take the case any future Leo returned to the Square much to Whitney’s horror.

Leo confronted Whitney on the balcony of the Prince Albert leaving the troubled market trader fearing for her life.

When Kush Kazemi (Davood Ghadami) witnessed the alternation he stepped in and accidentally pushed Leo off the balcony.

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EastEnders spoilersEastEnders spoilers: Whitney will be heartbroken by Leo's demands (Image: BBC)

EastEnders spoilersEastEnders spoilers: Kush pushed Leo off the balcony trying to protect Whitney (Image: BBC)

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Thankfully Leo didn’t receive any permanent damage but he wasted no time in pointing the finger at Kush while maintaining the harassment warning is a misunderstanding. 

Whitney had kept a detailed log of every contact Leo attempted to make with her but before she could hand it into the police Leo stole it.

In upcoming scenes, Leo holds Kush’s role in his fall over her and issues a shocking ultimatum. 

Whitney tells Kate Slater (Jessie Wallace) that she’s in danger and explains Leo has her log book.

EastEnders spoilersEastEnders spoilers: Whitney will be forced to make a harrowing confession (Image: BBC)

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