EastEnders exit for Stacey Slater as she goes to war with the Mitchells

On EastEnders, Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner) is about to place herself in danger of serving yet another prison sentence. A catastrophe occurs at the Slaters in an upcoming show when the fridge malfunctions. Despite her larceny, Stacey is unconcerned because she has money to spend, which makes her mother Jean Slater (Gillian Wright) suspicious.

Stacey denies having taken money from the office until Lily Slater (Lillia Turner) gets into a fight at school, at which point Jean wants to know if her daughter has.

Realising she could go down and lose her children if caught, Stacey enlists Jean’s help to return the money by distracting security guard Alan.

When Callum Highway (Tony Clay) shows up and demands that Stacey appear at the police station the following day to defend herself, their scheme backfires.

Later, Bobby Brazier’s character, Freddie Slater, comes up with a plan to quickly generate funds for the struggling Slaters.

Stacey, who is concerned and preparing to go to the police station, is worried that she will be imprisoned and miss Lily’s award ceremony later that day.

Alan receives a visit from Stacey on her way to the train, who threatens him.

In response to Callum’s questions in the police interrogation room, Stacey asserts that she did not steal the money.

Stacey returns feeling overburdened as Kat Slater (Jessie Wallace) takes court with the Slaters in The Vic while she is back in Albert Square.

When Kat is followed home, she admits that she is using Mitchell funds to help Slater with his financial issues.

Stacey, who was arrogant and thought she could handle the problem alone, and Kat get into a heated argument as a result.

Jean’s efforts to reconcile Kat and Stacey are unsuccessful.

Later on, Martin Fowler (James Bye) comes home with a large sum of money and is prepared to give obstinate Stacey advice.

He persuades Stacey that rejecting Kat’s assistance would be absurd.

In the end, Stacey decides to apologize, but just when it seems like she and Kat have reached a consensus, the argument resumes.

In future scenes, will the women be able to resolve their differences?

Because of the ongoing expense of living crisis, Stacey has been struggling financially for months.

Even though she and Eve Unwin (Heather Peace) worked extremely hard to maintain their small company, it suffered.

Stacey has always been concerned about Lily, her 12-year-old daughter, becoming pregnant soon.

When Ryan Malloy (Neil McDermott), the EastEnders character’s ex-boyfriend, stopped paying her child support, her financial problems started.

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