EastEnders spoilers follow.
EastEnders is bringing back villain Graham Foster again next week for the next chapter of Freddie's storyline.
Graham first appeared in EastEnders in November 2003, when he became a regular punter at The Queen Vic, before raping Little Mo in a harrowing storyline.
Freddie decided to cut ties with Graham after learning the devastating truth earlier in the year but will be shaken to receive a friend request from him in upcoming scenes.
Although Freddie immediately blocks his father, he has a change of heart after speaking to Gina and decides to confront him.
Worried, Anna goes with him, and the showdown between father and son ensues.
Freddie demands that Graham admit he raped Little Mo, but Graham hits back and claims she's a liar.
As things get heated, Graham orders Freddie to leave, insisting he'll call the police if he doesn't.
Freddie is reeling after his confrontation with Graham and can't believe his dad was so cold and remorseless.
Anna tries to reassure Freddie that he's nothing like Graham, but Freddie can't shake the fear that he shares DNA with such a monster.
During a difficult day, Freddie tries and fails to put things right with Bobby, gets into an altercation in The Vic, and has a row with Stacey.
Bobby Brazier, who plays Freddie, recently confirmed that he would be taking a break from EastEnders while he appears in this year's series of Strictly Come Dancing.
"I’m taking a break," he said. "I've filmed it all, and I’m not telling you. I'll be back."
EastEnders airs on Mondays-Thursdays at 7.30pm on BBC One. The show also streams on BBC iPlayer.
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