Unsolved emotional traumas will lead to big heartbreak for Ben Mitchell in the upcoming episodes of Eastenders. The latest spoilers suggest that Ben might even end up losing his daughter Lexi Pearce amid the emotional struggle. What is going to happen here? Keep reading to find out.
EastEnders: Ben Is Struggling With Dark Emotions, Will Lose Lexi Amid The Crisis?
In the recent episodes of Eastenders, viewers got to see Ben Mitchell as he came to know his rapist Lewis has been arrested yet again. This news affected Ben in a way that was almost scary. Earlier last year, Lewis raped Ben, but the case didn’t go through because of a lack of evidence. Now, when he comes to know that Lewis has done it yet again, he will be shaken.
Further EastEnders spoilers suggest that Ben will find it very hard to deal with his emotions. He will act in rage, and despite dealing with all of this, he will decide to move forward with his life. In the upcoming episodes, Ben will decide to go forward with the boxing match even after his husband Callum suggests he step back and deal with his emotions.
As we move ahead in the upcoming week, Callum will continue to grow worried about Ben and how he is dealing with his feelings. Callum will be scared that Ben is bottling everything up and not dealing with the hard emotions. The EastEnders spoilers suggest that all of this will affect the big addition he might have in his life.
EastEnders viewers know that Lola has terminal cancer and is dying. This leaves her and Ben’s daughter Lexi behind. Someone will have to take responsibility. While everything might have thought that Ben would be the one to overtake this responsibility, it looks less likely that this would happen. With growing worries about Ben’s mental state, Lola might decide to let Jay Brown have her. How will this affect Ben? We will have to wait to know. Difficult situations are coming up in the soap opera in the upcoming days. Make sure you tune in and enjoy.
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