EastEnders spoilers: Stacey Slater to face the police over Ruby Allen’s tragic fall

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Ruby (played by Louisa Lytton) not only blames Stacey (Lacey Turner) for losing her unborn child but she has now led her husband, Martin Fowler (James Bye) to believe that her rival pushed her down the stairs. The question is, does he really believe her or could he reunite with long-time love Stacey?

In scenes set to air this week, viewers will see how Ruby struggles with her grief as she tries to come to terms with having a miscarriage.

It is a mixed bag of emotions for Ruby as she begins to bond with Martin and Stacey’s daughter, Hope Fowler, before her husband takes her to a shrine in Albert Square to commemorate the loss of their baby.

However, her grief soon turns to rage when she sees Stacey playing with Hope, which is when fans will see what lengths Ruby is willing to go to.

Later that night, a stunned Stacey finds out that Martin has reported her to the police over Ruby’s fall.

Speaking about Martin’s “snap decision” to report Stacey, actor James revealed: “It comes immediately after that moment at the shrine and his heart is with Ruby and he can see what’s happening.

“Martin owns the decision because ultimately he believes that Stacey did push Ruby. But I would have imagine that it was a regretful one.

“To play as an actor, it was quite fun and different as it’s not really a Martin thing to do.

“He has lost a child and is in love with a woman who is manipulating him. He’s trying to spin too many plates and has dropped a big one.”

Protesting her innocence, Stacey is forced to go to the police station, where she gives a statement insisting the CCTV footage from the club will prove that Ruby tripped and was not pushed.

After leaving the station, Ruby believes she has got the upper hand as she tells Stacey the security cameras at the club aren’t working.

Little does she know that her husband got them fixed weeks prior to her fall.

As the cracks start to unfold in Ruby’s turn of events, Martin starts to doubt whether she is telling the truth.

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Martin owns the decision because ultimately he believes that Stacey did push Ruby

EastEnders actor James Bye

James added: “There is doubt because he knows Stacey inside out, but when you’ve got one person telling you one thing and he knows that Stacey can be a volatile character as well, in the heat of the moment was it an accident?

“I think he struggles with that throughout. He definitely believes it’s her fault, but there is still doubt.

“His trust in Ruby is definitely shaken, but he makes a decision and sticks with it.”

Elsewhere, lawyer Gray Atkins advises Martin to start thinking about childcare arrangements just in case Stacey ends up in prison.

Fiery Stacey has no intention of going down for a crime she did not commit, so she returns to the station with an allegation of her own.

She explains to the police that Ruby is just out to get revenge on her.

But, who will the police believe and could this be the start of Stacey’s exit storyline as actress Lacey takes maternity leave to welcome her second child?

EastEnders airs tonight on BBC One at 8pm.

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