EastEnders’ Tiffany Butcher becomes ensnared by sinister gang member

Tiffany Butcher has been a heroic teen on the Square – helping her mate Bernadette Taylor and being a rock for the group after Shakil Kazemi was brutally stabbed.

But sadly she is set to get into quite a bit of trouble when she is enticed by a gang member, and starts becoming involved in their law-breaking schemes.

The gang has, in recent weeks, been bothering young Dennis and Keanu, even getting mixed up with Phil Mitchell as they tried to intimidate the others.

But now it’s Tiffanny who they’re focusing on.

Hunter Owen has been taking advantage of Ian Beale while working for him, and continues to do so by trying to get Tiffany a job.

Tiffany is given the chance to hand out leaflets for the restaurant and catches gang member Jagger’s eye, but quickly leaves her duties after seeing Bernadette looks flustered.

Later, Tiffany meets up with Jagger and she swigs some booze to impress him, while she is introduced to the rest of the gang.

The girls in the gang do not seem to like her much, however, despite her attempts to get them to like her.

Jagger sticks up for Tiffany, which makes her really fall for him so when she heads home, she tries to hide that she has been drinking from Whitney Carter.

Later on, Jagger tries to tempt Tiffany back out, and she sneaks away from home to be with him.


But she’s unlucky as Whitney catches her trying to sneak back in after meeting Jagger, and learns he is 19 compared to young Tiffany.

Whitney rules that Tiffany can no longer see him, but later Tiffany goes to see him again and explains what Whitney’s said.

She’s shocked as Jagger suggests he go and meet Whitney, to put her mind at rest, then gives Tiffany a secret phone to call him whenever she wants.

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EastEnders airs Mondays and Fridays at 8pm and Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7.30pm on BBC1.

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