Is EastEnders' Bobby Beale being radicalised? Fans convinced after killer's gift from pal


EastEnders fans are convinced that killer Bobby Beale is being radicalised after he received a gift from a prison pal.

The young murderer, now played by Clay Milner, has been acting oddly ever since he returned to Albert Square.

Bobby was locked up for three years after murdering his sister Lucy Beale and one year for attacking his adoptive mum Jane.

He has since been released but has struggled to fit in and locked himself in his room as well as attacking himself.

Tonight, fans watched as Bobby met up with a pal he had been in jail with.

Asked about how his family was doing, Bobby said that they were “doing his head in”.

“My nan watches my every move and my dad pretends like he’s glad I’m out but he can’t even stand to be in the same room as me for five minutes,” Bobby said.

His friend said that he was in the same situation and Bobby continued: “I step outside and everyone’s looking at me, judging me, thinking I’m about to do something bad.”

Bobby admitted that he had caused the injury on his head because his “mind was racing”.

His pal then suggested that he find another way to “find some space and find peace”.

He then handed him a present in a brown paper bag, but warned him not to open it until he was alone.

Later in his bedroom, Bobby pulled out the present and discovered that it was the Quran, beginning to read from it.

Is Bobby being radicalised?

*EastEnders airs Mondays and Fridays at 8pm and Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7.30pm on BBC One


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