EastEnders spoilers suggest that Linda may continue encouraging Mick Carter (Danny Dyer) to tell the truth about how he contributed to Whitney Dean (Shona McGarty) ending up on the boat. Mick, however, wants to be there for Linda Carter (Kellie Bright) while she is fighting against her alcohol addiction. However, the truth is usually only seconds from coming out, and if this one does, there may be consequences.
EastEnders Spoilers- Mick doesn’t bury the body.
Mick has been standing by Linda’s side through her addiction to alcohol as things quickly began to spiral out of control. After Linda went through a quick paranoia phase where she thought that Mick was trying to take their son away from her, this resulted in her trying to file for a divorce.
However, she has finally gotten to a place where she is ready to change and has gotten past the paranoia. Linda’s voicemail to Mick was one of the reasons that he decided not to bury/ get rid of the body in order to help Whitley. As he put it, he loves his wife and cannot get rid of the body, and he apologized for dragging her onto the boat.
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EastEnders Spoilers- The truth might come out.
By that time, he has already become an accessory after the fact if law enforcement found out about the part he played. This is if the storyline goes in that direction. As viewers know, Whitley killed him on accident, and it was self-defense, but leaving the crime scene did make her look guilty.
If they find out that Mick was involved, it could also interfere in her winning the case and could affect the fact that Mick and Linda are being interviewed by social services that will decide if they can keep their son. If the truth comes out about Mick’s involvement and he is found guilty, he may face prison time for being an accessory unless they can prove that Whitley was being stalked. If they confirm that and that the law enforcement did not take them seriously, then they may have a defense against the charges.
If Mick goes to prison, it may make the chances of Linda being able to keep their son lower because of her recent behavior and her struggle with alcohol. However, hiding the truth may make him look more guilty once the truth comes out. What do you think? Should Mick have listened to Linda? Did he make the right decision? Do you think the truth will affect their chances of keeping their son?
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