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EastEnders SPOILER: Katy Lewis finally faces her day in court after sexually abusing Mick Carter


EastEnders SPOILER: Katy Lewis finally faces her day in court after sexually abusing Mick Carter when he was a child

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Katy Lewis (Simone Labhib) will finally face her day in court on Friday for sexually abusing Mick Carter (Danny Dyer) when he was just 12 years old.

Episode stills show a solemn Katy – who is dressed smartly in a black jacket and white shirt – sitting in the courtroom docks as the trial plays out.

Katy has previously been confident that she will get away with her crimes, however new photographs of a stony-faced Katy suggest the trial may not go as planned.

Court: Katy Lewis (Simone Labhib) will finally face her day in court on Friday for sexually abusing Mick Carter (Danny Dyer) when he was just 12 years old

Awful: It was revealed that Mick was the victim of sexual abuse as child in October. The shocking twist was revealed as Mick realised that Frankie was his long-lost daughter

Awful: It was revealed that Mick was the victim of sexual abuse as child in October. The shocking twist was revealed as Mick realised that Frankie was his long-lost daughter

On Thursday’s episode, viewers were left concerned after it appeared Katy and Mick’s daughter Frankie Lewis (Rose Ayling-Ellis) may defend her mother after all, despite having grown close to her father.

After refusing to provide Katy with a character reference, Frankie assured her mother: ‘You were so good – you were the best mum ever.’

Katy responded by telling her daughter: ‘You’re the only that can help, they’ll listen to you – I’m not a monster am I? I need you.’

Frankie seemed as though she may have been convinced by Katy’s manipulative ways, however the scene quickly cut.

Coming up: Episode stills show a solemn Katy - who is dressed smartly in a black jacket and white shirt - sitting in the courtroom docks as the trial plays out

Coming up: Episode stills show a solemn Katy – who is dressed smartly in a black jacket and white shirt – sitting in the courtroom docks as the trial plays out

Justice: Katy has previously been confident that she will get away with her crimes, however new photographs of a stony-faced Katy suggest the trial may not go as planned

Justice: Katy has previously been confident that she will get away with her crimes, however new photographs of a stony-faced Katy suggest the trial may not go as planned

Manipulative: On Thursday's episode, viewers were left concerned after it appeared Katy and Mick's daughter Frankie Lewis (Rose Ayling-Ellis) may defend her mother after all

Manipulative: On Thursday’s episode, viewers were left concerned after it appeared Katy and Mick’s daughter Frankie Lewis (Rose Ayling-Ellis) may defend her mother after all

It was revealed that Mick was the victim of sexual abuse as child in October.

The shocking twist was revealed as Mick realised that Frankie was his long-lost daughter, after fathering her with care worker Katy when he was just 12 years old.

Mick struggled to come to terms with his historic abuse in the emotional storyline, and BBC bosses worked with charities Survivors UK and the NSPCC to ensure the issue was handled sensitively.

Horrific: EastEnders fans couldn't contain their shock in October as it was revealed that Mick was the victim of sexual abuse as child

Horrific: EastEnders fans couldn’t contain their shock in October as it was revealed that Mick was the victim of sexual abuse as child

On New Years Eve, the Queen Vic landlord reached out to The Samaritans as part of the scenes on December 31, which saw him come dangerously close to taking his own life.

Having already suffered from anxiety and panic attacks thanks to the return of his former-abuser Katy, Mick felt he had reached the end of the line.

Later in January, fans were left rejoicing after Shirley Carter (Linda Henry) discovered Katy abused Mick.

Harrowing: EastEnders featured a heart-wrenching storyline on New Year's Eve involving Mick contemplating suicide

Harrowing: EastEnders featured a heart-wrenching storyline on New Year’s Eve involving Mick contemplating suicide

Shirley saw red when she overheard Katy threatening Mick to keep their affair a secret, after she had raped him as a child.

And viewers of the BBC soap declared that paedophile Katy ‘had it coming’ as Shirley gave her a vicious beating, much to the shock of other Albert Square residents.

Shirley then picked up the phone and rang the police to report the abuse.

Seeing red: EastEnders fans were left rejoicing after Shirley Carter discovered Katy abused son Mick when he was just 12 years old

Seeing red: EastEnders fans were left rejoicing after Shirley Carter discovered Katy abused son Mick when he was just 12 years old

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