EastEnders star Luisa Bradshaw-White is rushed to hospital after ‘cutting her hand on knives’ while filming scenes for Boxing Day episode
Fans feared for Tina Carter’s life during Saturday’s episode of EastEnders after she confronted Gray Atkins about his wife Chantelle’s death.
And Luisa Bradshaw-White, who plays Tina, admitted that she had to be rushed to A&E while filming her latest scenes.
She revealed she put her hand ‘through’ a set of knives while filling Albert Square resident Gray Atkins’ dishwasher.
Hospital: Luisa Bradshaw-White, who plays Tina Carter, admitted that she had to be rushed to A&E while filming Saturday’s episode of EastEnders
It was the same dishwasher which Gray used to murder his wife Chantelle, he pushed her onto a knife in the dishwasher.
One fan tweeted: ‘i have so much fe
ar for tina right now, not the f***ing knifes’ [sic].
Luisa responded to the tweet and said: ‘I actually put my hand thru them and had to be rushed to A&E whilst the whole crew stood down…’ [sic].
During the Boxing Day episode, the barmaid realises what viewers have known for months – that Gray killed Chantelle.
Tense: It was during filming tense scenes with Gray Atkins (played by Toby Alexander) after Tina admitted she knew that he killed Chantelle
The harrowing domestic abuse storyline saw Gray murder Chantelle after she filed for divorce.
But viewers have been left fearing that Tina is in mortal danger after she finally exposed Gray and confronted him during tense scenes.
Charging into Gray’s house, she told him: ‘I see you Gray. And she saw it too, didn’t she? That night in this kitchen she finally found the strength.
Confession: Luisa admitted the story after a fan tweeted that they have ‘so much fear for Tina’
Cursed dishwasher: She revealed she put her hand ‘through’ the knives while filling Gray Atkins’ (pictured, played by Toby Alexander) dishwasher during the tense scenes
‘Finally stopped pretending you would ever change. It wasn’t an accident, was it? You killed her. You murdered your wife.’
But viewers are terrified that Tina will meet an untimely demise as the episode ended on a cliff-hanger, with Gray looking fuming following Tina’s realisation.
Luisa Bradshaw-White, 46, confirmed her exit from EastEnders in a statement in October, but it has remained a secret how she will leave the show.
History: Luisa was filling the same dishwasher which Gray used to murder his wife Chantelle after she filed for divorce
Fans are worried that not only will she be murdered, but nobody will realise she’s dead as she is urged to flee after Ian Beale’s attack – a crime she did not commit.
Taking to Twitter, one shocked fan wrote: ‘Tonight’s #EastEnders was mad. Tina is asking to be flung over that dishwasher. I reckon Gray is going to take care of her once and for all’
While another tweeted: ‘I think Tina is in danger… but I hope she brings gray down #Eastenders’
Tragedy ahead? But viewers are terrified that Tina will meet an untimely demise as the episode ended on a cliff-hanger, with Gray looking fuming following Tina’s realisation
And a third predicted: ‘#Eastenders Gray is gonna kill Tina, I’m calling it right now!!’
The BBC soap’s domestic abuse plot ended in tragedy as Chantelle was killed at the hands of Gray after deciding to leave her controlling spouse, following years of mental and physical abuse at his hand.
Chantelle had been isolating with Gray amid the Covid-19 pandemic and she makes the decision to file for divorce and attempted to escape before being killed.
Speaking about the storyline, Jessica previously said: ‘It’s been such a privilege to play Chantelle and to be able to tell her story. Sadly what she goes through is all too common and her death is a reminder of the devastating effect of domestic abuse.
‘I’ve known it wasn’t going to end well for Chantelle for a while now and although it was a shock to find out her fate, far too many men and women suffer in silence so I hope that by raising awareness we can ultimately save lives.
‘I am so grateful to all the team and my lovely cast members for being so supportive, I’ll miss Albert Square.’
Tragic end: Chantelle had been isolating with Gray amid the Covid-19 pandemic and she makes the decision to file for divorce and attempted to escape before being killed