Martin can't cope as he overhears Stacey doing her cam work in EastEnders

Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner) has been secretly video calling a mystery client in order to earn extra cash in EastEnders, unbeknown to her family members.

However, she will soon make the decision to open up about her work to Martin Fowler (James Bye), who worries that she may be putting herself in danger.

In upcoming scenes, Martin and Stacey plan a romantic date at the allotments, but Stacey soon realises that she’s promised her client a call at the same time.

Martin tries to make out that he’s cool with it by encouraging her to think of the money.

He promises to look after the kids downstairs while she speaks to her client, who viewers will know is actually creepy teacher Theo Hawthorne (William Ellis), though Stacey remains unaware of this.

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Despite his nonchalant attitude, Martin struggles to cope as he hears Stacey flirting with ‘Edmund’, and ends up rushing out of the house.

He later bumps into Jean Slater (Gillian Wright), and the pair confide in each other over their struggles with Stacey’s cam work.

Martin decides that he needs to get over it, and invites Stacey for dinner at Walford East.

Having been disappointed that he left so suddenly when they had plans, Stacey agrees.

With Martin having been kicked out of his home by Keanu Taylor (Danny Walters), who believed him to be responsible for helping Lisa Fowler (Lucy Benjamin) take Peggy away, Stacey agrees to let him move into the Slater house temporarily.

Though things seem to be going well, an innocent conversation over dessert leaves Martin upset enough to snap at her, and Stacey soon realises that he’s not okay with her cam work.

Hurt Stacey leaves the restaurant and Martin turns to alcohol, soon starting a fight in the Queen Vic.

The following day, Stacey is determined to put Martin’s mind at rest, and decides to tell him exactly what happens during her video calls.

Stacey assures him that it’s nothing dodgy, and the pair joke about how ‘Edmund’ must be a sad and lonely old man, unaware that the real ‘Edmund’, aka Theo, is angrily listening in…

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