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EastEnders arrest as Kat Slater turns gun on Tommy Moon’s bullies?

Tommy (played by Sonny Kendall) made the risky decision to bring a knife to school earlier this week to protect himself after being tormented by a group of bullies. Meanwhile, his mother Kat (Jessie Wallace) has been hiding a gun in her house as she anxiously waits for it to be collected. However, if she discovers just how badly her son is being picked on, will she take matters into her own hands by using the deadly weapon?

Kat recently welcomed a dangerous package into her home from Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden), which turned out to be a gun.
She has managed to keep the gun hidden from her son, and it will be collected soon.

When Kat learns about her son’s bullying ordeal, official BBC soap spoilers suggest she may keep the gun.

Tommy returns home in yet-to-air scenes after missing another day at school due to a difficult day on the playground.

When he walks into the house, expecting an earful from his mother, he is taken aback to find her crying in the kitchen.

Has Kat discovered that her son is being bullied at school by a group of boys, or has something else brought her to tears?

Later, a worried Kat learns that the lethal weapon will be picked up from her home soon.

She stays inside and waits for the doorbell to ring, which keeps her on the edge of her seat.

Tommy’s week will take a dark turn in the coming scenes when he watches a video of bully Sid making fun of him.

The bullies continue to taunt Tommy on the playground, but Isaac Baptiste (Stevie Basaula) notices the commotion and intervenes.

Later, at Kat’s house, Isaac interrupts her to inform her of the extent of her son’s bullying issues.

While she still has the gun in her house, he breaks the heartbreaking news to her.

Is it possible for a protective Kat to intervene by pointing the gun at the bullies after school?

The mother must exercise caution, as scaring the children with a gun could result in serious consequences.

While terrorizing the bullies with a gun may temporarily haunt them, they may just continue to target Tommy the next day.

Will Kat go to the extent of shooting the bullies if they tease her about her son and try to elicit a reaction from her?

If Kat shoots one of the boys, she could face life in prison for murder, which would be devastating to Tommy.

Alternatively, while Kat is waiting for the gun to be picked up, Tommy may discover it in his home.

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Tommy (played by Sonny Kendall) made the risky decision to bring a knife to school earlier this week to protect himself after being tormented by a group of bullies. Meanwhile, his mother Kat (Jessie Wallace) has been hiding a gun in her house as she anxiously waits for it to be collected. However, if she discovers just how badly her son is being picked on, will she take matters into her own hands by using the deadly weapon?

Kat recently welcomed a dangerous package into her home from Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden), which turned out to be a gun.
She has managed to keep the gun hidden from her son, and it will be collected soon.

When Kat learns about her son’s bullying ordeal, official BBC soap spoilers suggest she may keep the gun.

Tommy returns home in yet-to-air scenes after missing another day at school due to a difficult day on the playground.

When he walks into the house, expecting an earful from his mother, he is taken aback to find her crying in the kitchen.

Has Kat discovered that her son is being bullied at school by a group of boys, or has something else brought her to tears?

Later, a worried Kat learns that the lethal weapon will be picked up from her home soon.

She stays inside and waits for the doorbell to ring, which keeps her on the edge of her seat.

Tommy’s week will take a dark turn in the coming scenes when he watches a video of bully Sid making fun of him.

The bullies continue to taunt Tommy on the playground, but Isaac Baptiste (Stevie Basaula) notices the commotion and intervenes.

Later, at Kat’s house, Isaac interrupts her to inform her of the extent of her son’s bullying issues.

While she still has the gun in her house, he breaks the heartbreaking news to her.

Is it possible for a protective Kat to intervene by pointing the gun at the bullies after school?

The mother must exercise caution, as scaring the children with a gun could result in serious consequences.

While terrorizing the bullies with a gun may temporarily haunt them, they may just continue to target Tommy the next day.

Will Kat go to the extent of shooting the bullies if they tease her about her son and try to elicit a reaction from her?

If Kat shoots one of the boys, she could face life in prison for murder, which would be devastating to Tommy.

Alternatively, while Kat is waiting for the gun to be picked up, Tommy may discover it in his home.

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Tommy (played by Sonny Kendall) made the risky decision to bring a knife to school earlier this week to protect himself after being tormented by a group of bullies. Meanwhile, his mother Kat (Jessie Wallace) has been hiding a gun in her house as she anxiously waits for it to be collected. However, if she discovers just how badly her son is being picked on, will she take matters into her own hands by using the deadly weapon?

Kat recently welcomed a dangerous package into her home from Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden), which turned out to be a gun.
She has managed to keep the gun hidden from her son, and it will be collected soon.

When Kat learns about her son’s bullying ordeal, official BBC soap spoilers suggest she may keep the gun.

Tommy returns home in yet-to-air scenes after missing another day at school due to a difficult day on the playground.

When he walks into the house, expecting an earful from his mother, he is taken aback to find her crying in the kitchen.

Has Kat discovered that her son is being bullied at school by a group of boys, or has something else brought her to tears?

Later, a worried Kat learns that the lethal weapon will be picked up from her home soon.

She stays inside and waits for the doorbell to ring, which keeps her on the edge of her seat.

Tommy’s week will take a dark turn in the coming scenes when he watches a video of bully Sid making fun of him.

The bullies continue to taunt Tommy on the playground, but Isaac Baptiste (Stevie Basaula) notices the commotion and intervenes.

Later, at Kat’s house, Isaac interrupts her to inform her of the extent of her son’s bullying issues.

While she still has the gun in her house, he breaks the heartbreaking news to her.

Is it possible for a protective Kat to intervene by pointing the gun at the bullies after school?

The mother must exercise caution, as scaring the children with a gun could result in serious consequences.

While terrorizing the bullies with a gun may temporarily haunt them, they may just continue to target Tommy the next day.

Will Kat go to the extent of shooting the bullies if they tease her about her son and try to elicit a reaction from her?

If Kat shoots one of the boys, she could face life in prison for murder, which would be devastating to Tommy.

Alternatively, while Kat is waiting for the gun to be picked up, Tommy may discover it in his home.

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