EastEnders spoilers: Whitney Dean to blame for Kush’s death in Gray betrayal twist?

EastEnders: BBC teases dramatic ending for Whitney

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Kush Kazemi (played by Davood Ghadami) and Whitney Dean (Shona McGarty) left Walford to start their new life together in tonight’s EastEnders. However, Gray Atkins (Toby-Alexander Smith) put a stop to their plans by throwing his love rival in front of a train and killing him. Although Whitney was away from the platform when the gruesome incident happened, could she have been partly to blame?

In tonight’s episode, Kush and Whitney said their goodbyes to Martin Fowler (James Bye). 

Arthur was devastated to say goodbye to his former step-father but was excited to visit his grandmother Carmel Kazemi (Bonnie Langford) in Dubai. 

As they prepared to leave, Gray called Whitney and asked her to come over but she refused.

The market trader lied and told him she was getting into bed herself but the lawyer spotted her in the square. 

At the train station, Kush feared Whitney wasn’t happy and asked: “Getting cold feet?”

Read more: Why is Kush Kazemi actor Davood Ghadami leaving EastEnders?

“No, of course not I’m just thinking of Tiffany I’m going to miss her,” she replied. 

“You’ll see her again once things have calmed down I know what you’re giving up to come with me,” Kush said.

“It’s nothing compared to what I’d lose if I stayed,” Whitney remarked. 

Interrupting them, Arthur declared: “I need a wee,” and his father asked: “What right now?

“Oh mate the train’s coming soon can you hold it? Alright, I’ll take you.”

“And leave me down here with all the bags?” Whitney protested. “I don’t like it Kush creeps me out I’ll take him.”

“Whitney I’m going to make you happy every single day of your life I promise,” Kush told Whitney before she left the platform. 

Unbeknownst to the couple, Gray had followed them to the station and was waiting to get his love rival alone. 

Could Whitney have told the solicitor she would make sure Kush would be alone on the platform? 

Confronting Kush, he said: “She lied to me. You made her lie to me,” and Kush replied: “What are you talking about?”

“Don’t pretend like you don’t know,” the lawyer said. “You honestly think you’ve won.”

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“Look Gray I don’t know what’s going on with you but if this is about the court case,” the market trader said. 

Gray demanded to know where Kush, Whitney and Arthur were going but he refused to say.

“You think lying low for a few weeks in some flea-bitten hotel is going to solve your problems well guess what the Mitchells are still going to be here when you come back,” the lawyer quipped. 

“You’re not coming back? You’re going to force her to leave because of your mistakes.”

“Nobody is forcing anyone,” Kush warned and the sinister lawyer hit back: “So why would she give up her job, money, her friends?”

“I know why you’re angry because you’ve got feelings for Whit but those feelings aren’t real you lost your wife and you’re still grieving so you’ve latched onto Whitney and now she’s leaving and something has snapped,” Kush remarked. “She was a childminder for a couple of months that’s it.”

“She was everything, she was my life,” Gray replied and Kush hit back: “I’m sorry if that’s how you feel but that’s fantasy. Your brain ain’t right, I think you need help.”

Gray lunged at Kush and the pair began to fight before the lawyer fell onto the train tracks. 

As a train could be heard approaching the station, Kush tried to help him up but Gray freed himself before throwing Kush in front of a moving train.

EastEnders fans will know Gray’s deadly track record suggests he followed the couple with the intention of harming Kush. 

When Chantelle Atkins (Jessica Plummer) was still alive, Whitney kissed Gray and was mortified when he rejected her. 

But could Whitney be harbouring secret feelings for Gray and have deliberately taken Arthur away from the platform after speaking to the lawyer?

EastEnders continues on BBC One tomorrow at 7.35pm.

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