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Mick worries about giving evidence in EastEnders

As other survivors come forward.

As Mick teaches Frankie to drive, the car breaks down and when Mick is slapped with a ticket, Frankie thinks on her feet!

On day two of their driving lessons, Mick is interrupted by a phone call from the Independent Sexual Violence Advisor, Tom.

Unbeknownst to Frankie who it is, an irritated Mick makes a flippant remark which she doesn’t take well. Later, Mick explains who was calling but insists he doesn’t need to talk to them.

In The Vic, when Frankie gets recognised by two people from school, snide comments are made about Katy prompting Mick to kick them out, insisting he won’t have his staff treated that way.

Having referred to her as staff and not his daughter, Frankie is devastated and when Mick later tells her not to take notice of bullies, she gets upset and leaves. Later, Linda assures a tearful Frankie that things will be better.

Meanwhile, in Walford East Tom tells Mick that other survivors have come forward and as he feels a panic attack coming on, Mick asks if the other men are able to give evidence instead.

As Linda tries to calm him down, it's clear that going to court is off the cards. He can't do it.

EastEnders continues Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays on BBC One


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