EastEnders theory: Phil Mitchell killed off screen in harrowing prison attack

A NEW theory has emerged that Phil Mitchell could be killed off screen in harrowing prison attack in an upcoming episode of EastEnders.

The hardman (Steve McFadden) is in jail for a variety of crimes including his role in the death of Vincent Hubbard.

Before he was sentenced, DCI Keeble offered him a get out of jail free card and asked him to be an informant for the police.

But staying true to himself, Phil refused.

Since being locked behind bars, his sister Sam Mitchell (Kim Medcalf) has returned to the Square to help run his businesses.

However she's not exactly been seeing eye to eye with Phil's girlfriend Kat Slater (Jessie Wallace).

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When the pair visited Phil in prison during Monday night's episode Kat noticed that he was acting a little weird.

She soon realised that he was in pain and asked him what was wrong.

Phil told her it as nothing to worry about, but kept glancing over at two male inmates sitting in the visiting room with them.

But Kat didn't take n for an answer and wanted to know if he had been in a fight.

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Phil told her: "It's just the beds do by back in, that is all."

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Is he telling the truth?

Are the two inmates going to do something worse next time?

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