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EastEnders reveals who reported Aaron Monroe to police in massive twist

In the next twist in EastEnders’ right-wing extremism storyline, Aaron Monroe has been confronted by the police thanks to his father Harvey.

After the botched New Year’s Eve bomb plot, his father Harvey done everything he could to keep Aaron away from the hate group, but his son has now agreed to take over the group from Manchester and wants sister Dana to join him.

In Thursday’s (January 13) episode, Aaron was determined to keep his plan to leave Walford with Dana on track until he discovered she’d gone to see ex-boyfriend Bobby Beale.

Bobby tried to warn Dana about what she’s putting herself into with Aaron in a heartbreaking scene, but she refused to listen and stormed out on him once more.

Meanwhile, Harvey was attempting to bribe Aaron into fleeing the hate organization, but his son savagely retaliated by accusing his father of letting his children down for years.

Aaron informed his father, “You can’t protect me, not then, nor now.”

He also gave his father shivers by revealing that if Dana hadn’t been in The Albert on New Year’s Eve, he would have gone ahead and detonated the bomb.

Dana would finally see Aaron seemed to be on the verge of breaking down, so she demanded to know why he was fleeing Walford.

She insisted, “You’re not leaving until you tell me what’s really going on.”

That’s when Bobby Beale reappeared unexpectedly, followed by a police strike force with weapons drawn on Aaron as Bobby and Dana recoiled in panic.

Despite Dana and Aaron accusing Bobby of phoning the cops, Harvey emerged from behind the cops to indicate he was the one who handed his son over!

“Aaron, people like me aren’t the issue in our country. Individuals such as yourselves, “Harvey was adamant.

Harvey stood with the cops when Aaron was told to place his hands behind his head at the end of the episode. What does this entail for the Monroes and their children?

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In the next twist in EastEnders’ right-wing extremism storyline, Aaron Monroe has been confronted by the police thanks to his father Harvey.

After the botched New Year’s Eve bomb plot, his father Harvey done everything he could to keep Aaron away from the hate group, but his son has now agreed to take over the group from Manchester and wants sister Dana to join him.

In Thursday’s (January 13) episode, Aaron was determined to keep his plan to leave Walford with Dana on track until he discovered she’d gone to see ex-boyfriend Bobby Beale.

Bobby tried to warn Dana about what she’s putting herself into with Aaron in a heartbreaking scene, but she refused to listen and stormed out on him once more.

Meanwhile, Harvey was attempting to bribe Aaron into fleeing the hate organization, but his son savagely retaliated by accusing his father of letting his children down for years.

Aaron informed his father, “You can’t protect me, not then, nor now.”

He also gave his father shivers by revealing that if Dana hadn’t been in The Albert on New Year’s Eve, he would have gone ahead and detonated the bomb.

Dana would finally see Aaron seemed to be on the verge of breaking down, so she demanded to know why he was fleeing Walford.

She insisted, “You’re not leaving until you tell me what’s really going on.”

That’s when Bobby Beale reappeared unexpectedly, followed by a police strike force with weapons drawn on Aaron as Bobby and Dana recoiled in panic.

Despite Dana and Aaron accusing Bobby of phoning the cops, Harvey emerged from behind the cops to indicate he was the one who handed his son over!

“Aaron, people like me aren’t the issue in our country. Individuals such as yourselves, “Harvey was adamant.

Harvey stood with the cops when Aaron was told to place his hands behind his head at the end of the episode. What does this entail for the Monroes and their children?

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In the next twist in EastEnders’ right-wing extremism storyline, Aaron Monroe has been confronted by the police thanks to his father Harvey.

After the botched New Year’s Eve bomb plot, his father Harvey done everything he could to keep Aaron away from the hate group, but his son has now agreed to take over the group from Manchester and wants sister Dana to join him.

In Thursday’s (January 13) episode, Aaron was determined to keep his plan to leave Walford with Dana on track until he discovered she’d gone to see ex-boyfriend Bobby Beale.

Bobby tried to warn Dana about what she’s putting herself into with Aaron in a heartbreaking scene, but she refused to listen and stormed out on him once more.

Meanwhile, Harvey was attempting to bribe Aaron into fleeing the hate organization, but his son savagely retaliated by accusing his father of letting his children down for years.

Aaron informed his father, “You can’t protect me, not then, nor now.”

He also gave his father shivers by revealing that if Dana hadn’t been in The Albert on New Year’s Eve, he would have gone ahead and detonated the bomb.

Dana would finally see Aaron seemed to be on the verge of breaking down, so she demanded to know why he was fleeing Walford.

She insisted, “You’re not leaving until you tell me what’s really going on.”

That’s when Bobby Beale reappeared unexpectedly, followed by a police strike force with weapons drawn on Aaron as Bobby and Dana recoiled in panic.

Despite Dana and Aaron accusing Bobby of phoning the cops, Harvey emerged from behind the cops to indicate he was the one who handed his son over!

“Aaron, people like me aren’t the issue in our country. Individuals such as yourselves, “Harvey was adamant.

Harvey stood with the cops when Aaron was told to place his hands behind his head at the end of the episode. What does this entail for the Monroes and their children?

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