EastEnders ' Mick Carter is still reeling from the recent discovery that he has a daughter, Frankie, who he fathered when he was just 12.
He was being abused by his care worker Katy Lewis, and only now realises what happened after burying the memories and believing they were just close friends.
Katy's manipulation knows no ends and she has managed to convince Mick (Danny Dyer) not to go to the police, telling him he could be blamed for rape, not her, and making him feel ashamed.
This could all be about to change in upcoming episodes as Mick learns he was not the only young boy Katy abused - meaning he may not even be Frankie's father.
Frankie, whose behaviour has recently been spiralling out of control, reveals she is going to visit the crematorium for the anniversary of her little brother Harry’s death.
She introduces Linda Carter (Kellie Bright) to Jed, Harry’s brother, and Jed explains that Harry’s dad never had anything to do with him.
Alarm bells ring for Linda, and so she asks if she can go with them to the crematorium to try to get more information.
Afterwards, she probes Jed about Harry’s father, but it is clearly a very sensitive topic, and the conversation leads to Jed storming out.
As Frankie and Linda follow, Jed turns on Frankie - and Linda realises her suspicions are correct.
Later, Linda finds the right moment to tell Mick about Harry and her concerns about Katy having other victims.
Mick tries to talk to Frankie but she is still determined for Mick not to report her mother and refuses to listen.
But as Mick watches Will play football, about the same age he was when he met Katy, he comes to a conclusion.
Will Mick finally report Katy to the police? And does the revelation about Harry cast doubts on Frankie's paternity?
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