FRANKIE Lewis is making a huge career move next week – but her first day as a teaching assistant turns sour.
Things gets worse for her when she gets attacked on a night out next week in EastEnders.
The Queen Vic bartender portrayed by Rose Ayling-Ellis opts for a career change and becomes a teaching assistant.
But when she's signing to one of her pupils named Esme during an English class, she notices Amy Mitchell alongside Denzel Danes and Nugget Gulati mimicking her.
Frankie tells them off for mocking her but things take a nasty turn when they take inappropriate photos of her and use them to creat a video on social media.
Sadly, Frankie gets very little support from Mr Morden, which leaves her upset and dissatisfied.
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Lola Pearce (played by departing actress Danielle Harold) gets an idea to cheer her up and invites her out clubbing with Felix and Finlay Baker, Dotty Cotton, Whitney Dean and Vinny Panesar.
This does Frankie's mood some good – until a stranger tries to kiss her after repeatedly hassling her on the dance floor.
Shaken, Frankie decides to leave early, refusing Lola's offer to accompany her home.
After making a panicked exit from the tube, Frankie becomes aware that someone is following her.
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The man from the club didn't get the hint and soon accosts her.
Frankie goes through what every woman knows only too well and is trapped until a passer-by intervenes, giving her a chance to escape and get home.
Shirley Carter (Linda Henry) comforts her granddaughter and Mick (Danny Dyer) is relieved to see Frankie got away without being harmed.
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However, Frankie doesn't see it the same way.
Making her first appearance in 2020, as EastEnders' first deaf character, Frankie Lewis will be bowing out of Albert Square this autumn, as part of an important storyline, as confirmed by soap bosses.
Speaking of her upcoming exit, producer Chris Clenshaw stated: "I have only had the pleasure to work with Rose for a short time but she has always been an incredible asset to EastEnders – not just as a phenomenal actor, but as an amazing company member too."
Strictly star Rose Ayling-Ellis has reportedly filmed her last scenes.
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EastEnders airs from Monday to Thursday on BBC One.
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