EastEnders’ Lacey Turner reveals Stacey’s desperation to rid herself of stalker Theo in


Stacey Slater is hoping a Stalking Protection Order will finally rid her of creepy Theo Hawthorne in upcoming scenes on EastEnders.

Theo was Stacey’s client on Single Cam and quickly became obsessed with her, convincing himself they were meant to be in a relationship.

Stacey (Lacey Turner) has now been left fearing for her safety since Theo (William Ellis) moved in next door to her after she discovered he was her stalker.

She went to court in an attempt to get a Stalking Protection Order put in place to keep Theo away from her.

Speaking to Metro.co.uk, actress Lacey Turner said: ‘I think Stacey’s desperate to get this whole Theo situation over and done with. It’s been a nightmare for her to have him next door, and she’s sick of living in fear.

Hopes: Stacey Slater is hoping a Stalking Protection Order will finally rid her of creepy Theo Hawthorne in upcoming scenes on EastEnders

Hopes: Stacey Slater is hoping a Stalking Protection Order will finally rid her of creepy Theo Hawthorne in upcoming scenes on EastEnders 

Drama: She went to court in an attempt to get a Stalking Protection Order put in place to keep Theo away from her

Drama: She went to court in an attempt to get a Stalking Protection Order put in place to keep Theo away from her

‘Nothing she says to Theo works because he’s completely delusional, so she’s hoping the court can make him finally leave her alone.’

‘He’s done so many things, and when she hears them described in court, it makes Stacey’s skin crawl. She can’t imagine that the court could hear that and not grant her Stalking Protection Order.’

In the courtroom, Stacey felt confident the judge will grant her the order but Theo’s lawyer Mr Rath dragged her name through the mud during the hearing.

On Wednesday’s episode, viewers watched as Martin Fowler (James Bye) confronted Theo over his stalking of Stacey.

Martin banged on Theo’s front door, demanding he come out and face him ‘like a man’.

Theo emerged and told Martin if he kept harassing him, he would report him to the police.

‘I just want to be left alone,’ Theo said to which Martin replied: ‘So does she,’ referring to Stacey.  

Lacey has recently been involved in one of the youngest ever soap pregnancy storylines as her on-screen daughter Lily, 12, (Lillia Turner) prepares to welcome a child.

Trouble: In the courtroom, Stacey feels confident the judge will grant her the order but Theo's lawyer Mr Rath drags her name through the mud during the hearing

Trouble: In the courtroom, Stacey feels confident the judge will grant her the order but Theo’s lawyer Mr Rath drags her name through the mud during the hearing

Tension: On Wednesday's episode, viewers watched as Martin Fowler (James Bye) confronted Theo over his stalking of Stacey

Tension: On Wednesday’s episode, viewers watched as Martin Fowler (James Bye) confronted Theo over his stalking of Stacey

And reflecting on how she would handle the situation in real life, the EastEnders actress, 34, has revealed that she would act similarly to her character.

Putting it into the perspective of her off-screen family, the star shared this week that she would support her own daughter Dusty, 3, if she ever was in the same position as a teenager.

involved in one of the youngest ever soap pregnancy storylines as her on-screen daughter Lily, 12, (Lillia Turner) prepares to welcome a child.

And reflecting on how she would handle the situation in real life, the EastEnders actress, 34, has revealed that she would act similarly to her character.

Putting it into the perspective of her off-screen family, the star shared this week that she would support her own daughter Dusty, 3, if she ever was in the same position as a teenager.

Lily initially planned to abort the baby but has decided to go through with it after much deliberating, with mum Stacey and dad Martin (James Bye) standing by her.

While the EastEnders pre-teen pregnancy storyline initially raised eyebrows, the cast and writers have since shared that the circumstance is more common than many think.

‘I think initially my reaction was the same as most people’s — “Wow, that is young” — but having done research, it happens,’ Lacey shared during a chat with The Sun.



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