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EastEnders’ Dana Monroe breaks up with Bobby Beale after brother Aaron’s lies

Dana Monroe and Bobby Beale, a young couple, had broken up over right-wing extremist Aaron’s falsehoods in EastEnders.

Following the botched New Year’s Eve bomb plot as well as the attack on Ash Panesar and Callum Highway last week, Bobby has grown wary of Aaron and his friends.

In the first half of Tuesday’s double bill, Aaron managed to turn the hate group against Neil, but they now want him to move to Manchester and run operations from there.

Aaron had stated that he’s simply taking the job to protect his family, but his true colors emerged in the second half of Tuesday’s double bill, when he smiled as he received the gang’s latest instructions.

At the same time, Bobby was speaking with Callum Highway about his fears of the Far Right, and cop Callum ratcheted up his suspicions by stating that extremists’ families are typically unaware of their ideas.

Bobby met Aaron for a drink at Ruby’s, where Isaac told him about Neil’s involvement in the beating of Keegan last year.

“I reckon your brother-in-law over there knows a lot more than he’s letting on. I just can’t prove it,” Isaac told Bobby.

Bobby discovered Dana’s brother had a tattoo on his right shoulder that was affiliated with the radical group when he accidently spilt a drink on him.

Bobby told Dana about his theories, but she refused to listen and maintained that he didn’t know Aaron well enough to make a decision.

Aaron then turned the tables on Dana, making it appear as if Bobby was attempting to dominate her by separating her from her family and pushing her to convert to Christianity. Dana was then invited to join him in Manchester.

Dana ended her relationship with Bobby after accusing him of wanting her “all to [himself],” then telling him she would never forgive him for the charge.

Will Dana catch on that Bobby is telling the truth before the cops arrive?

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Dana Monroe and Bobby Beale, a young couple, had broken up over right-wing extremist Aaron’s falsehoods in EastEnders.

Following the botched New Year’s Eve bomb plot as well as the attack on Ash Panesar and Callum Highway last week, Bobby has grown wary of Aaron and his friends.

In the first half of Tuesday’s double bill, Aaron managed to turn the hate group against Neil, but they now want him to move to Manchester and run operations from there.

Aaron had stated that he’s simply taking the job to protect his family, but his true colors emerged in the second half of Tuesday’s double bill, when he smiled as he received the gang’s latest instructions.

At the same time, Bobby was speaking with Callum Highway about his fears of the Far Right, and cop Callum ratcheted up his suspicions by stating that extremists’ families are typically unaware of their ideas.

Bobby met Aaron for a drink at Ruby’s, where Isaac told him about Neil’s involvement in the beating of Keegan last year.

“I reckon your brother-in-law over there knows a lot more than he’s letting on. I just can’t prove it,” Isaac told Bobby.

Bobby discovered Dana’s brother had a tattoo on his right shoulder that was affiliated with the radical group when he accidently spilt a drink on him.

Bobby told Dana about his theories, but she refused to listen and maintained that he didn’t know Aaron well enough to make a decision.

Aaron then turned the tables on Dana, making it appear as if Bobby was attempting to dominate her by separating her from her family and pushing her to convert to Christianity. Dana was then invited to join him in Manchester.

Dana ended her relationship with Bobby after accusing him of wanting her “all to [himself],” then telling him she would never forgive him for the charge.

Will Dana catch on that Bobby is telling the truth before the cops arrive?

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Dana Monroe and Bobby Beale, a young couple, had broken up over right-wing extremist Aaron’s falsehoods in EastEnders.

Following the botched New Year’s Eve bomb plot as well as the attack on Ash Panesar and Callum Highway last week, Bobby has grown wary of Aaron and his friends.

In the first half of Tuesday’s double bill, Aaron managed to turn the hate group against Neil, but they now want him to move to Manchester and run operations from there.

Aaron had stated that he’s simply taking the job to protect his family, but his true colors emerged in the second half of Tuesday’s double bill, when he smiled as he received the gang’s latest instructions.

At the same time, Bobby was speaking with Callum Highway about his fears of the Far Right, and cop Callum ratcheted up his suspicions by stating that extremists’ families are typically unaware of their ideas.

Bobby met Aaron for a drink at Ruby’s, where Isaac told him about Neil’s involvement in the beating of Keegan last year.

“I reckon your brother-in-law over there knows a lot more than he’s letting on. I just can’t prove it,” Isaac told Bobby.

Bobby discovered Dana’s brother had a tattoo on his right shoulder that was affiliated with the radical group when he accidently spilt a drink on him.

Bobby told Dana about his theories, but she refused to listen and maintained that he didn’t know Aaron well enough to make a decision.

Aaron then turned the tables on Dana, making it appear as if Bobby was attempting to dominate her by separating her from her family and pushing her to convert to Christianity. Dana was then invited to join him in Manchester.

Dana ended her relationship with Bobby after accusing him of wanting her “all to [himself],” then telling him she would never forgive him for the charge.

Will Dana catch on that Bobby is telling the truth before the cops arrive?

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