FORMER EastEnders star Jessica Plummer thinks Chantelle could return to haunt her guilt-ridden ex-husband Grey.
Jessica, 28, revealed she would return to the BBC soap as a ghost to torment Gray and teased Gray will eventually get his comeuppance.
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Serial killer Gray has added Tina and Kush to his list of victims since the death of his wife Chantelle back in September.
Gray caught Chantelle before she could run away with Kheerat and her two daughters Mack and Mia.
In the lead up to her death, viewers saw Gray bully his wife, physically abuse her and slowly crush her self-esteem.
In a heated argument between the married couple, Chantelle fell on top of a dishwasher with an unturned knife stabbing her, where Gray left her slowly dying instead of calling the ambulance.
When he returned, Chantelle died and residents on the square believe her death was a tragic accident rather than murder.
But Gray has been feeling guilty ever since.
When asked about a potential return to EastEnders, Jessica told the Metro: “I could be a ghost, yeah! I’ve missed the Square – because of Covid, I haven’t seen anyone since my last day of work!
“I’m in full support of anything that means Gray will pay for his evil doings!”
Chantelle’s storyline was praised for raising awareness for domestic abuse and her final scenes were nominated for Bafta’s must-see TV moment of the year.
Jessica added: “At the time when we shot Chantelle dying, it was necessary and relevant and we achieved raising awareness at that point.
"EastEnders is a fictional show – the things that happen are sometimes reflective of reality and other times it goes beyond reality.
“It’s there to keep people on the edge of their seat and keep tuning in.
“I really hope that people who feel it has taken away from the domestic violence storyline will feel satisfied with the eventual outcome because I imagine Gray will definitely get his comeuppance.”
Jessica continued: “It was in June, straight after we came back to work – it was so different for everyone using stunt doubles, perspex screens, dummies and green screens.
“To still achieve what we managed in those circumstances, the reactions from everyone and most importantly raising awareness – it would be a dream to win. There are some fantastic must-see moments in that category so just to be nominated is a real honour.”
EastEnders continues on Monday at 8pm on BBC One.
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