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EastEnders has filmed some dramatic new scenes for Linda Carter and Janine Butcher as Linda’s alcoholism story takes another turn.
Linda (Kellie Bright) recently returned to Walford after moving away and it has become clear that her battle with alcohol is an ongoing battle for her.
While Linda is determined to recover with the help of her daughter Nancy Carter (Maddy Hill), herself planning to return to work behind the bar at Queen Vic, it looks like she will face more problems in the near future future as she experiences a giant judgment.
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New paparazzi photos of the soap film on the spot have revealed that Linda in upcoming scenes decides to drive off while drunk with her baby daughter Annie sitting in the back of the car.
Linda is then chased by Janine (Charlie Brooks), who stops her and gets her out of the car. A small fight breaks out between the two women at the roadside before Janine gets into the driver’s seat of Linda’s car and drives off with a very drunk Linda as a passenger.
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Linda and Janine have already come across since Linda’s return, as Janine is now involved in a relationship with Linda’s estranged husband, Mick Carter (Danny Dyer).
While Mick goes on with his plans to divorce Linda, Janine has reveled in the misery of her love rival, but it is still unknown how this latest development will affect the relationship between the trio.
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These explosive scenes follow actress Kellie Bright’s return from childbirth after giving birth to her third child, baby son Rudy, in July last year.
“I just never had that feeling of being done having children,” she said of welcoming baby Rudy. “It’s a really special and unique thing. I feel very lucky I have to experience it again. But now, 100%, I feel like the family is complete.”
EastEnders sent Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 19.30 on BBC One and streamed on BBC iPlayer.
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