EastEnders viewers convinced Stuart Highway raped Tina Carter after she suffers terrifying flashback on night out

On tonight’s episode Tina, played by Luisa Bradshaw-White, suffers a terrifying flashback on a night out with Stuart.

The pair were playing a game trying to pull women and when Tina won by getting someone’s number, Stuart requested the DJ play a certain song.

As soon as it came on Tina, who had been really wary when Stuart returned to the Square, looked utterly terrified and dropped her drink on the floor.

Stuart could be seen staring at her wide-eyed and with a very menacing look on this face.

Those watching at home were shocked  by Tina’s reaction and concluded that something terrible must have happened.

One person wrote: “#eastenders did Stu rape Tina? Which resulted in Zsa Zsa?”

Another added: “So did Stuart rape Tina?! Stuart is such a dark character #Eastenders.”

And someone else commented: “I said three weeks ago (Wow, it’s been tha long??) that #StuartHighway was probably her father. Just really hoping it’s not tied to a rape. #EastEnders.”

Zsa Zsa’s dad has previously been mention on the EastEnders spin-off E20. He is known as man called Mark Reynolds but viewers have never met him.

In upcoming scenes Tina comes to the realisation that Stuart was behind her traumatic experience but she struggles to get her brother Mick to believe her.

The café worker is uneasy as memories from the past come back to haunt her and she turns to her ex-girlfriend Sonia Fowler who encourages her to report Stuart to the police.

A confused Tina, played by Luisa Bradshaw White, struggles to remember exactly what happened and – with no luck – meet with Stuart at the club to confront him about what he did.

But Stuart, ‘Enders newcomer Ricky Champ, profusely denies her accusations but Tina is adamant that it was him and gives him a threatening warning.

Eventually Stuart manages to calm Tina down and convinces her that it wasn’t him, leading her to apologise. But will the truth come out soon?

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