Martin Fowler 'crushed' as Ruby’s plan to destroy the Slaters exposed ...

Martin Fowler (played by James Bye) shocked the Slaters when he returned to EastEnders after marrying Ruby Allen (Louise Lytton) on holiday. Stacey Fowler (Lacey Turner) has made it clear she wants nothing to do with former friend Ruby but the club owner may take her revenge too far and push Martin away with her sinister plot to destroy the Slaters.

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Money continues to be tight for the Slaters as Kush Kazemi’s (Davood Ghadami) gambling addiction takes hold. 

He decides to sell the tablet he bought Lily but Suki Panesar (Balvinder Sopal) reminds him their rent is going up yet again. 

Kush turns to his poker app but those closest to him are beginning to suspect something isn’t right. 

Martin steps in and admits he’s worried about his friend’s new habit. 

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EastEnders spoilers Martin RubyEastEnders spoilers: Martin Fowler will be furious with Ruby's plan (Image: BBC)

EastEnders spoilers Martin RubyEastEnders spoilers: Martin Fowler is worried about Kush (Image: BBC)

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Kush assures him it’s under control but once alone at Ruby’s nightclub, he steals money from the till. 

Ruby spots him but gives him a chance to return the money without any consequences for Martin’s sake.

However, Kush gets defensive and denies he did anything wrong which leaves the club owner furious. 

She heads straight over to Kat Slater (Jessie Wallace), Stacey and Jean Slater (Gillian Wright).

EastEnders spoilers Martin RubyEastEnders spoilers: Ruby warns Kat, Stacey and Jean of Kush's addiction (Image: BBC)

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