Poor Dean Gaffney. The former EastEnders star lost his £100,000-a-year job in November after calling for better storylines for on-screen alias Robbie Jackson.
But adding insult to injury, The People reports that his character could be making a return to the square – albeit played by another actor.
Dean, who could be moving from street-cleaner to, er, street-cleaner after his last scenes are shown this Friday, is bound to leave millions of fans distraught.
For who can forget the dramatic scenes where he . . . um . . . or the emotional episodes when . . . okay, point taken.
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