EastEnders’ Sharon desperately questions Dotty Cotton over Dennis’s death

EastEnders' Sharon is desperate to get to the truth about what really happened to her son Dennis after his death in the boat crash last week.

In new photos from Friday's episode of the BBC One soap, she desperately questions Dotty Cotton about what she knows.

Sharon doesn't know that Ian Beale locked Dennis into a supply cupboard on the boat as revenge for waging a social media hate campaign against his son Bobby.

When the boat started to go down Ian tried to save him but ended up getting them both stuck when he lost the keys to the locked door.



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He eventually managed to break down the door but the time he got Dennis out of the boat paramedics were unable to save him.

Dotty is beginning to have her suspicions about Ian, which will play out this week.

On the business phone of The Arches she discovers a voicemail message of Dennis pleading to be let out of the cupboard.

But Dotty keeps her suspicions to herself for the time being after she was sworn to silence about Dennis's part in the hate campaign against Bobby.


Sharon and Ian have been friends since childhood but this secret could break their close bond for good.

Dennis's death came just as Sharon was giving birth to her baby son.

In the aftermath of the tragedy fans were left devastated as Sharon made a distressing suicide bid last night.

Emotional Sharon started looking at photos of her son before picking up some pills and writing a suicide note.

Ian discovers her just in time and she tearfully tells him: "I couldn't do it. I wanted to so much but I couldn't do it."

Racked with guilt, Ian says:  "I am so, so sorry. I should have done more. It should have bee me who died on that boat."

Unaware of Ian's involvement in her boy's death, Sharon reassures him: "You did everything you could. No one could have saved him. It's not your fault he drowned, is it?"

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