EastEnders favourite Whitney Dean (Shona McGarty) is set to reach breaking point next week.
The market trader's life continues to unravel in upcoming scenes as she prepared for her trial for the murder of Leo King (Tom Wells).
Whitney has not been coping well since handing herself into the police during the soap's explosive 35th anniversary week.
A new EastEnders spoilers trailer released by the BBC soap shows Whitney end up with blood all over her hands as she prepares to spend the rest of her life behind bars.
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New scenes show that the pressure continues to mount as Whitney screams "Nothings going to change what I did".
In previous episodes, viewers saw a vulnerable Whitney stab Leo in the stomach in self-defence after he attacked her in a dramatic showdown between the two former lovers.
A stressed Whitney called Queen Vic landlord and ex father in law Mick Carter, played by Danny Dyer, who advised her to leave Leo's dead body on the kitchen floor and go to the boat party to cover her tracks.
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However, battling with the guilt, Whitney decided to confess all to the police.
The teaser trailer also shows Whitney's lawyer Gray Atkins (Toby-Alexander Smith) tell a concerned Kat Moon (Jessie Wallace): "If Kush changes his plea, it gives me a fighting chance to stopping Whit going to prison for murder" and viewers will be interested to see if Kat manages to convince her boyfriend Kush Kazemi (Davood Ghadmi) to change his mind.
Kush is dancing his own legal troubles after getting into a fight with Leo, which saw the creepy stalker fall of the Prince Albert balcony.
Another dramatic storyline set to play out next week will involved Keegan Baker (Zack Morris) who has been a victim of racial discrimination in recent episodes and things seem to come to a head when he's tackled to the floor by police officers, as wife Tiffany (Maisie Smith) looks on in horror.
How will Tiffany cope with her husband's arrest and sister Whitney due to stand trial?
EastEnders continues on BBC One on Monday at 8pm
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