Asked By: Wyatt Adams Date: created: Dec 18 2022

What did Graham do to Little Mo

Answered By: Antonio Wood Date: created: Dec 19 2022

Original actor Alex McSweeney has reprised his role, having first appeared as Graham back in 2003. During his on-off two-year stint on the BBC soap, Graham sexually assaulted Little Mo Slater (Kacey Ainsworth), resulting in her pregnancy. He later stood trial for rape but has since apparently built a new life, leading Freddie to believe that he’s a nice, ordinary man.

What did Trevor do to Little Mo?

Storylines – Trevor Morgan first arrived in Albert Square, Walford, along with his wife Little Mo Slater ( Kacey Ainsworth ) around December 2000 to celebrate Christmas with her family. It soon transpired that their marriage was previously troubled, due to Trevor’s domestic abuse towards his wife, though she agreed to reconcile with him, following a period of separation between them.

  1. Trevor promises to cease his violence towards her, but soon resumes his abuse – often beating and mistreating her.
  2. By September 2001, he and Little Mo are living in the B&B in Albert Square.
  3. He is regularly apologetic after attacking her but continues to isolate her from her family; with her sister Kat ( Jessie Wallace ) being particularly resentful over the situation.

After months of talk about Trevor’s treatment of Little Mo, he is finally seeing being violent towards her in October 2001 – after suspecting that there was friction within Little Mo’s family and she refused to tell him what was happening. He then burnt her with an iron, and a few days later managed to intimidate her into admitting that Kat’s younger sister Zoe ( Michelle Ryan ) was actually her daughter – as a result of Kat being sexually abused by their uncle Harry Slater ( Michael Elphick ) when she was a teenager.

  • When Trevor discovers Little Mo plans to join Kat in helping their sister Lynne Hobbs ( Elaine Lordan ) celebrate her wedding in late 2001, even though she agreed not to do that on his behalf earlier on, he rapes her as a punishment.
  • When she arrives late for Christmas dinner, he pushes her face into her plate and forces her to eat the remains from the carpet.

Hours later, he beats Little Mo up after discovering her contraceptive pills, which she had secretly been taking in order to avoid becoming pregnant by him. Little Mo’s family constantly implore her to leave her husband, despising his treatment of her.

Trevor frequently rows with Kat and is attacked by her father Charlie ( Derek Martin ) when he learns that Trevor burned Little Mo’s hand with an iron. When Little Mo finally leaves Trevor just after Christmas 2001, when she discovers he deleted a message from Zoe, he tries to win her back. She resists and he becomes violent, attempting to rape her again.

Little Mo hits Trevor over the head with an iron in self-defence, knocking him unconscious. Little Mo believes she has killed him, but when she and her family return to dispose of Trevor’s body, they find out he has gone. Trevor is revealed to have survived the attack and left the house where he soon lost consciousness and collapsed, and was admitted to a hospital.

When he recovers, he reports Little Mo to the police and has her charged with attempted murder, although she is released on bail until the trial in April 2002. Despite strong evidence of domestic violence, corroborated by Trevor’s mistress Donna Andrews (Paula Jennings), the mother of his baby son, Sean, the jury at her trial find Little Mo guilty of attempted murder and she is sentenced to eight years in prison.

Following Little Mo’s imprisonment, Donna ends up in hospital as a result of Trevor’s abuse. Kat cares for Sean, but Trevor arrives at the Slater family home, determined to take his son. When Kat stands in his way, Trevor attacks her, knocking her to the ground.

The police arrive and arrest him, but Trevor makes a deal with Kat, agreeing to retract his statement against Little Mo in return for Kat not pressing charges against him. Little Mo is subsequently released from prison on appeal and she soon begins dating Trevor’s love rival Billy Mitchell ( Perry Fenwick ).

Unable to accept this, Trevor attempts to win Little Mo back and is nice to her both in private and in public but Mo rebuffs his attempts to get close to her. He resorts to dating Billy’s cousin Sam ( Kim Medcalf ) – only to be later dumped when she finds out about his true colours.

Mo is happy when Trevor announces he is moving to Glasgow and she agrees to have a goodbye drink with him in the Vic. But he deliberately leaves his plane ticket behind so Mo will find them and return them to him. However once he has her in his room, he reveals the ticket is hers and that she is coming with him.

He tells her she is never going to be free of him and he threatens to kill her if she attempts to marry Billy. Trevor starts to stalk Little Mo and breaks into her and Billy’s house when he thinks she is by herself. He tries to scare her into calling off the divorce but Billy and Paul stop him, having baited him to enter the house.

  1. Finally Trevor is outcast by the whole of Walford and he walks into the pub to see Mo has accepted Billy’s marriage proposal.
  2. Billy offers him a drink to see him off, and he says “To whatever the future may hold” before leaving.
  3. Seemingly free of Trevor, Billy and Little Mo celebrate their engagement at Angie’s Den.

But Trevor returns, enters the party in a costume and grabs Little Mo. Taking her and his son hostage in the Slater family home he attempts to kill them all in a house fire, but Little Mo stands up to Trevor by saying she is not frightened of him. He had already tracked his former mistress Donna down to her new address in Swindon, having beaten her up and snatched their son before heading back to Walford,

He threatens to start the fire but she lights the match saying he does not have the guts. He grabs Little Mo, causing the match to drop and a fire to start. Little Mo and Sean are rescued by her neighbour Tom Banks ( Colm Ó Maonlaí ); however, when going back for Trevor, both men are killed when the house explodes and the dark days of Trevor are over with once and for all.

Little Mo begins to plan a funeral for Trevor, but is convinced by Donna that she should be mourning Tom instead. This leads to Little Mo’s family, including Billy, being angered at Little Mo after all the treatment Trevor has given her. However, when she attempts to get rid of his ashes, she says to Kat that she does not want to scatter them, as it is an act of remembrance and she does not want to remember him, which makes Kat proud of her sister.

What happened to Little Mo and Billy?

EastEnders fans went wild on Tuesday as Freddie Slater spoke to his mother, Little Mo Slater, on the phone with actress Kacey Ainsworth taking to Twitter after the scenes aired Video Loading Video Unavailable Freddie opens up to Jean about being bullied in school EastEnders fans went wild on Tuesday as Freddie Slater spoke to his mother, Little Mo Slater, on the phone. Soap fans will recall that Little Mo, played by Kacey Ainsworth, was last seen in Albert Square in 2006 and although she didn’t feature on-screen per se on Tuesday, fans were excited over the “return”.

The BBC One soap is currently lining up dramatic scenes as former villain Graham Foster makes an explosive return later this week as Freddie seeks answers about his father, Viewers will recall that Graham, played by Alex McSweeney, befriended and raped Little Mo, which resulted in her falling pregnant with Freddie, played by Bobby Brazier,

In the hard-hitting storyline, Little Mo refused to terminate her pregnancy, which led to the breakdown of her marriage to Billy Mitchell, played by Perry Fenwick. Graham was jailed for eight years for the rape and was last seen on screen in January 2005 when Billy saw him in prison after receiving a visiting order.

Kacey Ainsworth sent fans wild after her character, Little Mo, spoke to Freddie on the phone ( Image: BBC) Freddie seeks answers about his father ( Image: PA) And despite not being seen in Albert Square since his prison release, Graham is set to make an explosive return as Freddie successfully works out who his father is but is still unaware of how he was conceived.

During Tuesday’s episode, Freddie decided to ring his mum Little Mo in the hope of asking about his dad but he bottled the chance, instead he said: “You alright mum, yeah, I’m just missing you, that’s all” he added: “You sound happy, mum” before saying he loves her.

  • After the scenes aired, Little Mo actress Kacey took to Twitter as she tweeted: “Apparently I’ve been on the blower.” sending soap fans wild.
  • One person replied: “Please come back even just for a few Eps, you’re one of they characters people have genuinely missed, wonder how lil mo would get on with honey.” A different account put: “Miss Kacey, Freddie needs his mama! Please say you’re coming back to the square” while another soap fan added: “Don’t tease us like this #EastEnders.” Freddie spoke to his mother, Little Mo Slater, on the phone It comes as EastEnders has revealed Freddie will reunite with his mother Little Mo next week, amid hints of a return for the latter character.

Following a shocking discovery, Freddie will take some time out of Walford to see his mum. It’s not yet known if Little Mo will be seen on screen, but spoilers suggest Freddie flees Walford to see her, while fans are hoping a return will happen at some point.

What happened to Little Mo and Trevor?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Little Mo Mitchell
EastEnders character
Portrayed by Kacey Ainsworth
Duration 2000–2006
First appearance Episode 2003 18 September 2000
Last appearance Episode 3158 26 May 2006
Classification Former; regular
Created by Tony Jordan
Introduced by John Yorke
Spin-off appearances Slaters in Detention (2003)
In-universe information

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Maureen “Little Mo” Slater (also Morgan and Mitchell ) is a fictional character from the BBC soap opera EastEnders, played by Kacey Ainsworth from 18 September 2000 to 26 May 2006. Little Mo originally appeared with a turbulent marriage with her abusive husband Trevor Morgan ( Alex Ferns ), but she fought back at Trevor – leading to her arrest in 2002; she is later released and Trevor’s campaign against her ends with his comeuppance death on 1 November 2002.

Following Trevor’s death, Little Mo proceeds to marry his sworn enemy Billy Mitchell ( Perry Fenwick ) – who had grown to care and bond with Little Mo during her ordeal. However, their marriage ends after she is raped by her friend Graham Foster ( Alex McSweeney ) and discovers she is pregnant by him; the storyline that signals the end of Little Mo’s marriage with Billy contributes to Ainsworth’s maternity leave in 2004.

The character soon reappeared with her baby son, Freddie (Alex and Tom Kilby), and later embarks on an affair with her brother-in-law Alfie Moon ( Shane Richie ) – which is later discovered by her sister and Alfie’s wife Kat Slater ( Jessie Wallace ).

  • Later on, Little Mo develops a relationship with habitual doctor Oliver Cousins ( Tom Ellis ) – though they soon break-up after she is accused of hurting Freddie.
  • However, while her family and friends suspect Little Mo to have hurt her son, the real culprit is revealed to be Billy’s little cousin Ben (Charlie Jones).

After breaking up with Oliver and finding herself subject to accusations from her local community, Little Mo leaves Walford in May 2006.

Who is Little Mo’s son dad?

Who is Freddie’s father? – Freddie’s father on the show is a man named Graham Foster ( BBC) Freddie’s father on the show is a man named Graham Foster. Freddie was conceived when Little Mo was raped by Graham in 2003. He had befriended her before making his true intentions clear.

Asked By: Timothy Green Date: created: Jun 17 2023

Did Little Mo marry Billy

Answered By: William Rodriguez Date: created: Jun 17 2023

2002: Billy and Little Mo – After Billy wrote ‘MARRY ME’ in alphabet macaroni, the pair got hitched on Christmas Day.

Asked By: Geoffrey Morgan Date: created: May 12 2023

Why is Trevor torturing Mr K

Answered By: Isaiah Allen Date: created: May 12 2023

Mission – Michael or Trevor (whoever is being played at the time) receives a phone call from Steve Haines telling them to go to the warehouse and meet the other protagonist (the mission automatically begins with the receipt of the phone call). There, they find Haines and Dave Norton along with Devin Weston,

Ferdinand Kerimov is revealed once Weston exits. Haines wants Michael to assassinate Tahir Javan, an Azerbaijani man who Haines and Norton claim has ties to terrorism. Kerimov previously set up an audio-visual system for Javan and so is the FIB ‘s only source of information. Haines orders Michael to go with Norton to locate Javan, while Trevor and Haines remain in the warehouse with Kerimov.

Michael and Norton drive to their first location, a home in Los Santos, but this turns out to be a false lead. Haines then orders Trevor to torture Kerimov in order to discover Javan’s whereabouts. There are four ways in which Trevor can torture Kerimov:

Waterboarding Beating him with a wrench, Where Trevor hits depends on his position as he observes Mr.K. All three areas have the same effect and damage. Kerimov’s left = knee. Middle = genitals/midsection. Right = arm. Electrical shocks from a car battery. Extracting a tooth using pliers. First tooth changes speech, and each tooth after will make his speech slur slightly more.

Kerimov can’t be pushed too far. If this happens, he’ll need an adrenaline shot, which requires injecting him with a syringe (preventing from completing the “Don’t Stop Me Now” Gold Medal objective). Kerimov can be given shots up to three times before Trevor runs out of adrenaline, which results in his death and the mission’s failure.

The first round of torture reveals that Javan is actually at a house in Chumash, Michael and Norton drive to the home, but once there, they discover that a party is in full swing and that there are five men present who could possibly be Javan. At this point, Haines orders Trevor to engage in more torture.

Through three additional rounds of torture, Kerimov reveals that Javan is:

A man of average height and weight (the player is able to kill Javan at this point to complete the mission early) Has a beard Is a chain smoker Smokes Redwood Cigarettes Is left handed

Through these clues, Michael is able to identify Javan and assassinate him. Back at the warehouse, Haines tells Trevor that Kerimov is “expendable” and orders him to kill Kerimov after Haines has left. Once Haines departs, Trevor instead decides to free Kerimov and then guides him from the warehouse and into his truck, at which point he drives Kerimov to the airport and tells him to flee Los Santos and become an anti-torture advocate.

Asked By: Tyler Thompson Date: created: Aug 09 2023

Why did Michael fake his death to Trevor

Answered By: Daniel Torres Date: created: Aug 12 2023

Biography – Michael was born in 1965, possibly in the Midwest, which would explain why he spent some of his earlier criminal career in North Yankton. As a child, he didn’t have the advantages his children have and grew up in a poor environment with his parents, where his father drank and hit him.

During his time in high school, Michael was an all-state football quarterback. After an injury, Michael took up a life of crime after getting removed from his team. As time moved on, Michael eventually became a criminal, with his first bank job being in the outskirts of Carcer City, in 1988, where he was able to steal $10,000.

In the same year however, he had been arrested twice at the age of 20. While in prison, Michael was able to master many skills, sometimes through bizarre events, such as learning how to do tattoos by tattooing his name on his cellmate’s buttocks. As the years went on, Michael met Trevor Philips while robbing someone under a bridge and was able to induce the latter into robbery as well.

Both men were hugely successful at their profession. But while the friendship between them was in fine condition, it was later strained as Michael met his future wife Amanda, who was a stripper at the time. Michael was even able to buy Amanda some breast implants, which would help with her stripping as well as her days as a hooker.

This led to Michael becoming a pimp and creating his own prostitution racket. While the couples love for one another grew over time, Michael and Amanda married each other in 1991, while living in a trailer park in the Midwest. As time moved forward, Amanda soon gave birth to their two children, Tracey in 1991 and Jimmy in 1993.

  • Michael, who was able to see that he has a lot more to lose if he was ever killed or imprisoned, grew more cautious over time as a criminal, much to Trevor’s annoyance.
  • At some point in 2004, Michael met FIB agent Dave Norton,
  • Michael struck a deal with Norton to give Trevor and Brad up to the FIB and fake his death in the process, in exchange for a cut of his accumulated millions and letting Norton “kill” him in the upcoming bank heist in Ludendorff, North Yankton, making Norton’s career as the agent who took down the “Most Wanted Man in America”.

However, the robbery turned out to be a disaster: after Trevor murdered a guard, he, Michael and their accomplice Brad Snider were ambushed by over a dozen police officers ready to arrest or kill them. During the getaway, their driver was killed by pursuing police; Michael took the wheel and drove the crew to the ambush spot he and Norton had agreed on, where he claimed there was an escape chopper waiting.

However, things yet again deviated from their plan when Brad was accidentally shot by Norton (later succumbing to his wounds) after he walked in front of Trevor. Michael took the second bullet as planned, (although the lack of blood loss implies that he was wearing a bulletproof vest), and acted as if he believed the wound fatal, imploring Trevor to leave him behind.

Enraged beyond sense, Trevor proceeded to massacre numerous police officers before barely escaping the ambush (to Michael’s chagrin) with his life. After the incident, Michael Townley was pronounced dead, and true to his word, Dave arranged for Michael to receive a comfortable stipend and a relocation to a large to Los Santos mansion, where he and his family lived under the surname “De Santa” (a longtime alias of Michael’s); thus, Michael received an off-the-books way to safely retire from his former criminal life and spend time with his wife and kids in exchange for a monthly five-figure “hush money” payment to Norton in exchange for his silence.

Why did Trevor betray Michael?

Grand Theft Auto V – Trevor was born in Canada, just north of the border of the United States. He grew up with a physically abusive father and an emotionally abusive mother. Trevor loved planes, and at some point entered the military as a pilot, but was quickly forced to leave after being reproved in a psychological evaluation.

  1. Later on, Trevor committed crimes, the first one being a small robbery that landed him in jail for six months.
  2. Due to good behavior, he was out in four.
  3. He would continue his criminal ways, including using his piloting skills to become a smuggler.
  4. Trevor met Michael Townley in 1993 and they realised that they wanted to earn money by performing large heists, so they joined forces and became successful in doing so over the following years.

Their partnership began to strain after Michael married a stripper named Amanda and started a family with her. Despite this, Trevor grew close to Michael’s children, who came to see him as their uncle. In 2004, during a heist in Ludendorff, North Yankton, Michael and mutual accomplice Brad Snider are shot by police while Trevor escapes.

  • While on the run, Trevor is led to believe that Michael died and Brad was sent to jail.
  • Trevor eventually settles in Sandy Shores, a small town in Blaine County, San Andreas, where he establishes a small criminal enterprise that smuggles weapons and manufactures methamphetamine, which he hopes will grow into a large empire.

Due to raging abandonment issues, Trevor surrounds himself with two loyal friends that he kidnapped and brainwashed from their previous lives named “Nervous” Ron Jakowski and Wade Hebert. Trevor enters an uneasy truce with his competitors in Sandy Shores, including the Lost Motorcycle Club led by Johnny Klebitz, the Varrios Los Aztecas gang, and the O’Neil Brothers.

In 2013, Trevor finds out that Michael faked his death, and is so spooked and enraged that he breaks the truce and kills most of his competition in one outburst of violence, a deadly streak that continues when a potential game-changing deal with a group of triads falls through. He later drives to Los Santos, taking over the apartment and ruining the life of Wade’s cousin Floyd, and reunites with Michael, who took on the surname “De Santa” and is supposedly living in witness protection,

Though Michael is reluctant to have Trevor back in his life again, he eventually introduces him to Franklin Clinton, after which the two perform heists again, this time including Franklin. Trevor is determined to rob anything guarded by Merryweather Security Consulting, a private security firm that he dislikes, but he often fails.

When corrupt Federal Investigation Bureau (FIB) agents Dave Norton and Steve Haines contact Michael after he breaks his agreement with them by committing heists again, they force him to carry out a number of operations alongside Trevor and Franklin to undermine the rival International Affairs Agency (IAA).

Steve later introduces the trio to Devin Weston, a billionaire investor who hires them to steal a number of rare cars, but ultimately cheats them out of their money. During this time, Trevor begins to bond with Franklin, as they carry out several jobs together without Michael, some of which involve Franklin’s friend Lamar Davis, whom Trevor also befriends.

  • Later, after not getting paid for a job, Trevor kidnaps Patricia, the wife of drug kingpin Martin Madrazo.
  • Due to her kind maternal nature and his own abandonment issues, Trevor falls in love with her and only returns her after much demanding from Michael.
  • However, the two stay in contact until the end of the game.

Eventually, Trevor begins to suspect that Brad is not in prison and that the Ludendorff heist from nine years prior was a setup, and flies to Ludendorff to confirm his suspicions. Upon finding Brad’s body in the grave marked for Michael, he deduces that the latter had made a deal with Dave to help him fake his death and get rid of Trevor, but Brad was accidentally killed during the heist instead of Trevor.

  • Feeling betrayed, Trevor vows to kill Michael, but later comes to his and Dave’s aid when they are betrayed by Steve, because he needs Michael alive for one last heist.
  • When that heist is successful, Trevor is so pleased that he lifts the death vow but still hates Michael.
  • Near the end of the game, Franklin is approached separately by Dave and Steve, who contend that Trevor is a liability and ask Franklin to kill him, and by Devin, who seeks revenge against Michael for an earlier incident.

This leaves Franklin with three choices: kill Trevor, kill Michael, or try to save them both in a suicide mission,

  • If the first option is chosen, Franklin meets with Trevor before chasing him to an oil plant, where Michael arrives and causes Trevor to crash into an oil tank. With Trevor covered in oil, either Franklin or Michael shoot the oil, setting Trevor alight and killing him. In the post-story gameplay, several characters react to Trevor’s death, including Ron, who blames Michael for what happened and tells him that the business he and Trevor have built is over; Lamar, who asks Franklin if he knows how it happened, with the latter lying that Trevor was killed by government agents; and Michael’s son Jimmy, who is shocked to learn Michael was involved, but the latter assures him that Trevor was dangerous.
  • If the second option is chosen, Franklin calls Trevor to help him kill Michael, but he refuses and cuts his ties with Franklin, saying he is tired of being surrounded by traitors. If Franklin meets with Trevor afterward, the latter accuses him of killing Michael, and warns him to stay away. Trevor is also called by Jimmy, but does not know what to say to comfort him because he was never close to his own father.
  • If the third option is chosen, Trevor and Michael put their differences aside to help Franklin survive an onslaught by the FIB and Merryweather, before splitting up to eliminate their remaining enemies; Trevor assassinates Steve and kidnaps Devin so that the trio may kill him together. Afterward, Trevor reconciles with Michael and they agree to stop working together, but remain allies. After the story, Trevor can continue to hang out with Michael and Franklin, during which he eventually admits that he over-reacted after learning the truth about Brad, and refers to himself and Michael as friends.

Is Little Mo Big Mo’s son?

Maureen “Big Mo” Harris (née Porter ), is the mother of Viv, grandmother of Lynne, Kat, Belinda, and Little Mo, and grandmother-figure of Stacey Slater, She made her first appearance on 18 September 2000 and her last on 14 September 2022,

Asked By: Harold Robinson Date: created: Mar 02 2024

Why did Mo and Billy break up

Answered By: Seth Hayes Date: created: Mar 02 2024

Little Mo Slater made her long awaited return to EastEnders on Tuesday night after 17 years. The beloved character’s voice could be heard at the other end of the phone when Freddie Slater spoke to his mum. Soap fans will know that Mo (Kacey Ainsworth) hasn’t been seen in Albert Square since 2006.

  • Viewers were beside themselves with excitement at the development, as writes the Mirror,
  • It’s not the only returning character for the BBC One soap as villain Graham Foster is also set too return as Freddie tries to find his dad.
  • Graham (Alex McSweeney) raped little Mo after befriending her and she became pregnant as a result.

Mo refused to terminate the baby (who returned recently and is now played by Bobby Brazier). That led to the breakdown of her and Billy Mitchell’s (Perry Fenwick) marriage. Graham was sent to prison for eight years and will make his explosive return this week when Freddie works out who he is, but not the circumstances within which he was conceived.

  1. Freddie called his mum in Tuesday’s episode to ask her about his dad but then chickened out and said instead: “You alright mum, yeah, I’m just missing you, that’s all.
  2. He added: “You sound happy, mum,'” and then told her he loved her.
  3. And after the scenes, Kacey herself took to Twitter to acknowledge her appearance, albeit at the end of a phone.” She tweeted: “Apparently I’ve been on the blower.” sending soap fans wild.

One person replied: “Please come back even just for a few Eps, you’re one of they characters people have genuinely missed, wonder how lil mo would get on with honey.” A different account put: “Miss Kacey, Freddie needs his mama! Please say you’re coming back to the square” while another soap fan added: “Don’t tease us like this #EastEnders.” EastEnders has revealed Freddie will reunite with his mum next week amid rumours of a full time return for the character.

Is Little Mo found guilty?

2000 – 2006 – The first love of Little Mo’s life was Trevor Morgan, Their marriage was rocky, due to his severe mood swings and physical and emotional violence. He repeatedly manipulated her so she couldn’t bring herself to leave, turning on the charm after beating her to convince her that they loved each other.

Trevor isolated her from her family, who despised him. She always forgave him and even agreed to start a family until he raped her for buying a hat to wear to her sister Lynne Slater ‘s wedding, after he had forbidden her to go. Realising she couldn’t bring a child up in that environment, Mo went back on the pill.

Mo finally left after discovering that Trevor had deleted a message from Zoe Slater, who had run away from home. On New Year’s Eve 2001, timid ‘doormat’ Little Mo attacked Trevor, hitting him repeatedly with an iron when he attacked her. She went home, thinking he was dead but when she and her sisters returned to the Fowler house, he was gone.

  • Mo was prosecuted and found guilty of attempted murder but was released after Trevor did a deal with the Slaters – he wouldn’t give evidence against Mo if Kat didn’t press charges for him assaulting her.
  • Trevor terrorised Mo after she moved on and planned to divorce him, taking her and his baby son, Sean, the son he had with Donna Andrews hostage in the Slater house, which caught fire.

Fireman Tom Banks saved Mo and the baby. He went back for Trevor but the fire reached a can of petrol Trevor had brought into the house and exploded. Tom and Trevor died in the explosion. Billy Mitchell and Little Mo bonded over their respective pasts. They became friends while Mo was married to Trevor and started dating after she was released from prison.

Billy admitting his feelings during Trevor’s trial when Mo admitted part of her reason for staying with Trevor was that he was the only man who ever noticed her that way. Trevor did his best to wreck things but Billy proposed by spelling out ‘marry me’ in alphabet macaroni and she accepted. After Trevor’s demise, the pair married on Christmas Day 2002 Shortly before their first wedding anniversary, her new friend and Charlie’s darts-playing buddy, Graham Foster, raped her in The Queen Vic late one night.

She told her family, and her dad, Charlie, attacked him. As Graham hadn’t taken precautions, Mo was tested for STIs after reporting him to the police and all the tests came back negative, except one – she was pregnant. Billy and her family were shocked and disgusted when she insisted on keeping the baby, insisting that it shouldn’t be punished for its father’s crimes.

She and Billy separated and Mo left the Square, returning for Graham’s trial and told Billy that she named her son Frederick William (Freddie for short), wanting to name him after good men. Following Graham’s conviction, she and Billy reconciled but it didn’t last due to Billy struggling to bond with Freddie as he saw Graham every time he looked at Freddie.

They divorced amicably and remain good friends. Following her split from Billy, Little Mo and Freddie moved in with the Slaters. She and Alfie Moon, estranged husband of her sister, Kat Moon, became much closer but separated when Mo discovered Alfie was dating Kat behind her back.

  1. Alfie and Kat reconciled and left the Square for a new life.
  2. Since February 2006, it was observed Mo was having difficulty caring for Freddie.
  3. Mo reported Freddie was teething but refused to medicate him, so she had trouble getting him to sleep.
  4. Freddie’s head was injured in a fight with Bobby Beale, so a health visitor visited the Slaters’.

Little Mo saw this as questioning her parenting ability and was extremely hostile. Mo constantly took Freddie to see Dr. Oliver Cousins, who moved her to another GP’s patient list because he was interested in her romantically. The pair started dating in April 2006,

  • At the end of April 2006, Mo and Billy divorced.
  • Two days later, Mo and Oliver planned a night away in Brighton, but after a car crash caused by Deano Wicks and Carly Wicks, she got cold feet, telling Oliver that she couldn’t leave Freddie.
  • On her return, she found him unconscious.
  • Freddie was rushed to hospital, and doctors found a head injury.

Social Services were involved, suspecting Mo of causing Freddie’s injury. Thinking back, Mo realised Ben Mitchell was responsible. She confronted him and shook him violently, when he denied hurting her. The Mitchells warned Mo to stay away from Ben, almost costing her her job at the Vic.

  1. However, her father persuaded Peggy to give Mo another chance.
  2. On 8th May 2006, Mo returned, but was constantly warned by Phil Mitchell and Grant Mitchell,
  3. Ben saw her when helping himself to some crisps and ran away so Peggy fired her.
  4. She tried convincing people that Ben had caused Freddie’s injury but no one believed her, not even her own father.

He soon realised his mistake and begged her forgiveness for doubting her. After extensive tests, the doctors discovered Freddie had a low platelet count, due to an infection. This meant any minor injury could have serious complications as his blood wasn’t clotting properly.

Mo was cleared by the authorities, but local residents thought she was responsible as confirmed by Ian Beale ‘s reluctance to let her hold Bobby. Knowing she would always be suspected, she decided to leave. Feeling guilty, Ben Mitchell finally admitted to his dad that he had hit Freddie as Freddie pulled at his hearing aid.

Mo wasn’t sure what to do, but decided not to tell the authorities. Phil threatened Mo, but she told him she was quite capable of deciding for herself. Oliver Cousins tried convincing her to report Ben but she refused, leading to a nasty scene in the Vic when Peggy Mitchell called Mo a child beater.

  • Oliver defended Mo and told everyone that Ben had confessed to Phil and Mo, but Mo was angry that he hadn’t respected her decision.
  • Oliver got drunk and Dawn Swann had to help him home.
  • Stacey saw this but did not tell Mo.
  • Oliver realized just how much he loves Mo and proposed.
  • Just as it seemed everything would be fine, Stacey Slater told Mo that she saw Oliver with Dawn in the Vic on 26th May 2006,

Mo was heartbroken and ended up pushing Oliver so hard that he collapsed. Shocked, he ended their relationship. Mo prepared to leave for Barnstaple and just as she reached the station, Oliver, who was moving to Leeds, asked her to go with him. Mo decided not to join him, saying all her life she had done what she was told and now wanted to break away from being “Little” Mo.

Asked By: Keith Lewis Date: created: Mar 22 2023

Who did Little Mo have a baby with

Answered By: Graham Smith Date: created: Mar 23 2023

Frederick “Freddie” William Slater (previously Mitchell ) is the son of Graham Foster and Little Mo Slater, He made his first appearance on 1 November 2004 and is portrayed by Bobby Brazier, Freddie also has ADHD.

Is Lil Mo still with her husband?

Lil Mo details calling it quits with estranged husband Karl Dargan The singer said Dargan spit on her in front of her kids. Lil Mo called it quits with, and now the singer has opened up about the final straw with her estranged ex. During an interview with DJ Quicksilva, Mo said she walked away when Dargan “spit” on her.

When he spit on meand my kids were there the day we got back from ‘Marriage Boot Camp.’ What I did was – ’cause I still have the audio – I just remember running out the house that night. It was like two o’clockwhen we flew back we were gonna have family day,” she said. She continued, “All the kids- we were gonna go to the mall and stuff like that.

And I was just like, ‘Hey, you were supposed to be hereyou’re drunk, you’re high. Something isn’t right.’, and I’m like, ‘Bro, my kids are here- this and that.'” Mo then detailed the violence that took place after revealing that she has a protective order against Dargan for abuse.

This n—a started punching holes in walls and he broke every iPhone – throwing phones at me and sh-t. Throwing hot tea and hot coffee on me.” The singer also revealed that she and her estranged husband were not together while they were doing promo for Mo went on to say that she was abused in “all” ways.

“One time my phone accidentally called one of my friends that’s famous and when they called be back they was like, ‘Mo, you okay?’ I was like, ‘No, like I don’t know if my jaw is dislocated.’ He would just get so mad and he would hit me,” she said. The “Superwoman” singer added that if she could offer advice to a young woman going through a similar situation, she would advise them to leave and never look back because she left and didn’t look back.

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How is Little Mo related to Stacey?

Stacey Fowler – Stacey Fowler is played by Lacey Turner ( BBC)

  • Formerly Stacey Branning and Stacey Slater, Lacey Turner’s character is the wife of Martin Fowler.
  • They share a daughter together, Hope Fowler, while Stacey also has a daughter, Lily, and a son, Arthur, from other relationships, and is stepmother to Martin’s daughter Bex Fowler.
  • Stacey’s mother is Jean Slater, and her father is the late Brian Slater – while her siblings are Sean, half-brother Kyle and Siobhan and Shannon Slater.
  • Charlie Slater was Stacey’s great uncle, and while she isn’t related to Big Mo, she refers to her as nan, having grown up with her and her second cousins Kat, Little Mo and Lynne Slater.
  • Hayley Slater is Stacey’s first cousin, meaning Hayley’s mum Bev is Stacey’s aunt.

How is Mo related to Charlie?

Family members Carli Norris (pictured) portrayed Belinda Peacock in 2016. Sean Slater, the brother of Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner), was played by actor Robert Kazinsky. Charlie’s mother-in-law, Mo Harris, is also considered a member of the family.

Who is Freddie’s mum?

Freddie Slater –

Freddie Slater
EastEnders character
Portrayed by
  • Alex and Tom Kilby (2004–2006)
  • Bobby Brazier (2022–present)
Duration 2004–2006, 2022–present
First appearance Episode 2826 1 November 2004
Classification Present; regular
Introduced by John Yorke (2004) Kate Oates and Chris Clenshaw (2022)
In-universe information

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Freddie Slater (also Mitchell ), played by twins Alex and Tom Kilby, was conceived in late 2003 when his mother, Little Mo Slater ( Kacey Ainsworth ), was raped by her friend, Graham Foster ( Alex McSweeney ). Her refusal to abort the baby caused the breakdown of her marriage to her husband Billy Mitchell ( Perry Fenwick ).

  1. Little Mo stayed with her older sister, Belinda Peacock ( Leanne Lakey / Carli Norris ) in Kent, where she gave birth to Freddie.
  2. After Graham is sentenced to eight years imprisonment, Little Mo and Billy make another attempt at their marriage, but they separate again after Billy admits that he is struggling to accept Freddie.

Freddie then lives at the Slater family household with Little Mo, her sister Kat ( Jessie Wallace ), her grandmother Big Mo ( Laila Morse ), her father Charlie ( Derek Martin ) and her second cousin Stacey ( Lacey Turner ). Freddie goes to hospital seriously ill with bleeding on the brain.

  1. A few days before the hospital admission, Little Mo admits to her boyfriend Oliver Cousins ( Tom Ellis ), who is also a GP, that she sometimes gets very irritated with Freddie when he cries.
  2. When Oliver hears that Freddie’s injury must have been caused by shaking or rough handling, he admits what Little Mo has told him to a paediatrician, Briony Campbell ( Rae Hendrie ), at the hospital.

While the hospital believes that Little Mo may have shaken Freddie, Little Mo suspects that Ben Mitchell (Charlie Jones) may have hurt him in some way as they were left unsupervised together just before the incident. Little Mo confronts Ben and shakes him in irritation when he tries to run away.

After extensive tests at the hospital, it is discovered that Freddie has a temporary low platelet count, due to an infection, meaning that any minor injury could hurt him badly, as his blood is not clotting properly. Little Mo is no longer suspected of hurting Freddie. Freddie later leaves Walford with Little Mo, who wants to start a new life in Barnstaple, Devon.

Freddie returns to Walford in September 2022, having decided to track down Billy, whom he believes is his father, after having an argument with Little Mo. Billy keeps up the pretence of being his father, to the annoyance of his partner Honey Mitchell ( Emma Barton ), so as not to hurt Freddie.

  • Freddie starts to bond with his assumed half-siblings Janet (Grace) and Will (Freddie Phillips), and even steals a fascinator Janet has her eye on to make her happy.
  • When Billy is arrested for the murder of Malcolm Keeble and needs money to hire a good solicitor, Freddie becomes determined to help him out and gets a job at the local fish and chip shop, having lied to Bobby Beale ( Clay Milner Russell ) that he has loads of experience.

Despite getting off to a bad start, Bobby gives him another chance and Freddie becomes an instant success with the customers. Freddie initially lives with his aunt Kat and her fiancé, Phil Mitchell ( Steve McFadden ) but after Phil tells him that Billy is not his father, a rift develops between them and he moves in with Stacey and her family, eventually joined by Kat’s ex-husband, Alfie Moon ( Shane Richie ).

Asked By: Oscar Bell Date: created: Apr 15 2024

Is Lola and Ben related

Answered By: Noah Hughes Date: created: Apr 18 2024

2011–2015 – When Billy Mitchell ( Perry Fenwick ) and Julie Perkins ( Cathy Murphy ) decide to find the son that Julie put up for adoption as a baby, Dan Pearce, they discover he has died. However, they find that they have a granddaughter, Lola, who is in care.

They visit Lola at the care home and witness a fight between Lola and another girl, believing Lola is the injured girl, but Lola turns out to be the perpetrator. She tells Billy and Julie that Dan hated them so Julie decides to leave. Billy hugs Lola before they go and Lola uses this as an excuse to steal his wallet.

The next day, she comes to Walford and returns Billy’s wallet. She flirts with several locals, including Jay Brown ( Jamie Borthwick ) and Fatboy ( Ricky Norwood ). Fatboy allows her to clean cars for him but she takes one and crashes into it into Ian Beale ‘s ( Adam Woodyatt ) chip shop.

Billy sees this and tells her to run and Fatboy takes the blame. Lola visits Billy again and meets other members of his family. Julie tells Heather Trott ( Cheryl Fergison ) that she does not want Lola to live with them and Heather accidentally tells Lola. Julie feels that Lola is not their problem and Lola tells Julie that if Billy is forced to choose between them, she will win.

Julie calls the police and has Lola returned to her care home, while Billy calls her “100% Mitchell”. A week later, Julie finds Lola in the R&R nightclub and takes her home, after Julie apologies for reporting Lola to the police, and tries to get to know Lola properly.

Lola overhears Anthony Moon ( Matt Lapinskas ) and his brother Tyler Moon (Tony Discipline) insulting Billy, and in revenge, burns their father Eddie ‘s ( David Essex ) stock. She gets a job at the café and admits to Liam Butcher (James Forde) that she started the fire. Lola starts stealing from the till at the café and short-changing the customers so Phil Mitchell ( Steve McFadden ) sacks her.

She asks Phil for her job back and offers her mobile phone in payment for the money she took but he takes the phone and refuses to give Lola her job back. She takes revenge by smashing up his garage and destroying a car, unaware that Jay is under the car, and is badly injured.

She gets Julie and when the ambulance arrives, Julie takes the blame. She is released without charge, while Lola returns to the care home but is persuaded to come back and Julie leaves Walford. Weeks later, Ian oversleeps and Lola tells him that she has been waiting outside the chip shop. Mandy Salter ( Nicola Stapleton ) tells Ian to fire her, which he does but Lola soon persuades Ian to give her job back, by promising not to tell anyone about Mandy staying.

She takes a liking to Jay’s friend, Duncan Willis (Steven France) but later vandalises Grace Olubunmi ‘s ( Ellen Thomas ) flowers. She decides to take up self-defence classes after Abi Branning ( Lorna Fitzgerald ) is mugged. Lola steals towels from the Booty beauty salon and tries to sell them but is caught by Roxy Mitchell ( Rita Simons ), who threatens to call the police.

However, Lola convinces Roxy that she has shown ingenuity, and gains a job at the salon. Lola asks her second cousin-once-removed, Ben Mitchell (Joshua Pascoe) how he knows he is gay if he is still a virgin. Subsequently, they kiss and Lola sleeps with Ben before confirming his sexuality; he is gay. Shortly after, Lola finds she is pregnant and tells Billy, who is angry.

Lola refuses to name the father but tells Billy that she plans to keep the baby and wants him to bring it up with her. She later tells Ben that he is not the father. Billy takes Lola to see Pat Evans ( Pam St Clement ) about help, but Pat misunderstands and advises Lola to have an abortion, angering her.

In December, Phil confronts Lola about a mystery file, thinking that she’s been stalking him. Phil questions Lola, to the point where she steps backwards and falls down the steps to her basement flat. She is rushed to hospital and soon learns that she and the baby are fine. Lola receives a call to say Social Services want to visit, as there is a new social worker.

Lola goes missing when the social worker, Harpreet (Danny Rahim) arrives, so Billy asks Abi to pretend to be Lola. Billy assumes Harpreet is there about the pregnancy, so tells Harpreet, who is impressed with Abi’s speech about motherhood. However, Lola arrives as he is about to leave and tells him that she is Lola, so Harpreet says the trust has been lost and she may not be able to keep the child.

After falling down the stairs, she realizes how much the baby means to her and later finds out the baby is a girl. Lola begins working for Janine Butcher ( Charlie Brooks ) as a cleaner and continues working at the chip shop, until Lucy Beale ( Hetti Bywater ), sacks her. Lola takes revenge on Lucy by stealing chip fat from the shop and pouring it over cars at the car lot, making Lucy a suspect.

When Lucy learns Lola is responsible, she calls the police and Lola is arrested. The next day, on her 16th birthday, she receives community service and a curfew, and has to wear an electronic ankle tag. Lola and Jay break into The Queen Victoria public house and get locked in after hiding in the back room.

  1. There, Lola opens up to Jay saying she will be a bad mother.
  2. Lola gets home just in time for her curfew, then runs back out and shares an illicit kiss with Jay, who is actually still dating Abi.
  3. She angers Cora Cross ( Ann Mitchell ), after vandalising her stock at the charity shop and later prepares for Billy carrying the Olympic Torch but realises she is in labour in McClunkeys, where Cora delivers Lola’s baby daughter whom she names Lexi Billie Pearce, after her friend, Alexa Smith ( Saffron Coomber ).

Billy witnesses the birth after successfully carrying the torch. When it is revealed, that Jay helped to cover up Heather’s murder, Lola is at first wary of him, although she eventually forgives him. However, Billy is unhappy about them spending time together especially when Jay is forced to hide when a social worker turns up.

Lola appears heartbroken when Jay says they should stop seeing each other. When Lola gets a new social worker, Trish Barnes (Tessa Churchard), she becomes increasingly agitated after Trish criticises her care of Lexi. She later bumps into Alexa and pretends to live a party lifestyle. Alexa and her gang spend time with Lola but when Alexa picks on Abi, Lola defends her and rejects her old friend.

Lola later reveals she has a baby, named Lexi after Alexa, shocking her. Lola celebrates her tag being removed but is threatened by Alexa and her gang, who attack Abi and threaten Lexi, resulting in Lola punching Alexa. The police are informed and Lola is arrested while Trish takes Lexi into care.

  • Lola begs Trish not to and asks Phil for help, telling him that he is Lexi’s grandfather.
  • Lexi is taken regardless and Trish tells her that Lexi could be away for up to eight weeks.
  • Lola gets angry so Trish tells her she could lose Lexi for good if she does not control her temper.
  • Phil tells Lola that he will get her back where she belongs.

Lola is happy until she discovers that Phil wants custody but she eventually agrees to Phil’s plan. Phil comes up with a plan for Lola to marry Ben and conspires with Billy, who is against the idea. Lola refuses to marry Ben and Phil plans to tell Ben the truth about Lexi, against Lola’s wishes.

  1. Phil does not tell Ben but agrees to help Lola so asks Sharon Rickman ( Letitia Dean ) to pretend to be his partner to help get Lexi.
  2. She refuses initially but agrees until she finds out that Lola does not know about the plan, angering Lola until Phil explains his reasons to her.
  3. Alexa drops the assault charge but Lola is devastated to learn that she will not get Lexi back.

Lola worries that Phil’s plan will fail after he tells Social Services that he and Sharon are no longer engaged, but Phil does become Lexi’s kinship foster carer. Lola is devastated to learn that she will still only have three access visits a week, and Phil starts being controlling, calling Lexi “his” baby and not allowing Lola to provide for her.

Phil also tells Lola who she can be friends with, disapproving of her friendship with Dexter Hartman (Khali Best). Phil decides to take Lexi on holiday so Lola seeks legal advice but agrees that Lexi can go. Lola makes a request in court to increase her access visits with Lexi, and Trish states that Lola has made good progress but Phil’s lawyer tells the court that Lola is often late, brings age-inappropriate toys and is unable to handle Lexi’s tears.

The judge rules that Lexi will stay with Phil as kinship foster carer. Billy goes to speak to Phil, while Lola listens and hears Phil say that he will never give Lexi back voluntarily so Lola snatches Lexi and leaves. Phil, Billy and Sharon spend the rest of the day looking for her, eventually finding her at a playground.

  • Lola goes home and Phil asks her to meet him later at his house.
  • Trish is there and asks them if their relationship has broken down but Phil tells her that he is responsible for recent events and agrees to work with Lola to make the transition for Lexi to return to living with Lola as easy as possible.

When Trish leaves, Phil allows Lola to look after Lexi, and starts giving her increased access. Phil is impressed when Lola acts calmly when Lexi is taken ill with suspected meningitis, though she is fine. Lola notices that Sharon is acting strangely and finds her passed out when she should be with Lexi.

  • When Sharon regains consciousness, she admits that she is addicted to painkillers and tells Lola that if she tells Phil, Lexi will go back into care.
  • Phil also later catches Sharon unconscious and when she comes round, he confronts her and throws her out.
  • Just before the final hearing to decide if Lexi should be returned to Lola, Phil learns that Lola knew about Sharon’s drug addiction and calls her a bad mother before leaving the court building.

However, Billy convinces him to do the right thing, and Lola is successful in getting Lexi back. Lola develops feelings for Peter Beale ( Ben Hardy ), but the feud between his family, the Beales, and her family, the Mitchells, make them anxious about being together.

  • However, they eventually force Phil and Peter’s father Ian Beale ( Adam Woodyatt ) to accept their relationship.
  • Peter moves in with Lola, Lexi and Billy and pressures her to start a career in childcare when she loses her job at the local salon.
  • Despite agreeing to do the course, Lola starts her own business doing the locals manicures and pedicures and loves it.

She becomes closer to Jay and admits how Peter makes her feel that she is not good enough for him. After an argument with Peter, Lola turns to Jay for support and he tries to kiss her. Horrified, she goes to run off but as she steps out into the road she is accidentally run over by Ronnie Mitchell ( Samantha Womack ).

  • She is immediately rushed to hospital, where she is told she has concussion, but is discharged the following day.
  • Following the murder of Peter’s twin sister Lucy (see Who Killed Lucy Beale? ), Lola struggles to support him as he in turn is struggling to support Ian and the rest of his family.
  • When Lucy’s memory is tarnished in a Walford Gazette article, Lola approaches them and gives them an article of content of what she believes will paint Lucy in a much better light.

However, her words are twisted and Peter believes that Lola did it just for the money. Peter ends his relationship with her, and moves home to Ian. After Lucy’s funeral Peter moves back home with Lola and Lexi. Peter begins developing feelings for his ex-girlfriend, Lauren Branning ( Jacqueline Jossa ), despite her relationship with Dean Wicks ( Matt Di Angelo ).

Peter ends his relationship with Lola after admitting he kissed Lauren. Although Lola wants to make the relationship work, Peter still declines and begins a relationship with Lauren after she dumps Dean. In September 2014, Ben (now played by Harry Reid ) returns to the square for Phil’s wedding to Sharon.

Billy and Jay hide Lola after Phil wants Ben to meet Lexi and tell Phil that she is visiting an ill friend. A few weeks later, Lola returns to see Phil, however comes face to face with Ben. While Lola is in the pub with Jay, Ben and Abi walk in and Lola is confused as to why Abi is being so cold.

  • Ben walks over to Lola insisting she is a good mother and he doesn’t want to take Lexi away.
  • When helping Johnny Carter ( Sam Strike ) at The Albert, Lola insists she has nothing to do with Abi and Jay’s break up and begins making friends with her.
  • Abi then tells her that she is in a relationship with Ben, causing Lola to be confused and worried, so Abi becomes defensive and think Lola is stealing Ben away.

Jay invites Lola to The Queen Vic where Abi tells Lola that Jay only invited her to get back at her. After Jay reveals that Ben tried to kiss him, Lola walks out of The Queen Vic and Ben denies his accusations. Lola questions if Jay was using her to try to make Abi jealous, but Jay reveals to Lola that he still has feelings for her.

When Jay tries to kiss Lola, she rejects him, telling him that she does not feel the same way about him. Lola is excited when her boss Dean asks her out to discuss her future at Blades hair salon and dresses nicely, but Dean’s concerned mother, Shirley Carter ( Linda Henry ), sends her away, worrying about Dean’s reputation.

Lola is frustrated when newcomer Paul Coker ( Jonny Labey ) accidentally knocks her over in the street, but they become colleagues. Dean sacks Lola for being absent but Phil gives Shirley a large amount of money to secure Lola’s job. Following Ben’s arrest on suspicion of murdering Lucy, Jay is worried he will be arrested as well after he reveals that Ben mugged Lucy on the night of her death.

  1. Lola comforts and reassures him and then they kiss, leading to sex.
  2. They then start a relationship.
  3. Jay tells Lola he wants to leave because Phil has given the police Lucy’s incriminating purse and phone with fingerprints on it.
  4. She is upset but Jay suggests she goes with him, which she does, taking Lexi with them.

Jay calls Billy and reveals that he, Lola and Lexi are moving to Newcastle with Dexter. She returns briefly with Jay to collect more belongings, but Billy tries to convince her to stay and let Jay go to Newcastle alone, but Lola refuses. Billy tells Lola he is going to collect his daughter Janet Mitchell (Grace) so that they can all share their goodbyes, but Billy reports Jay to the police and he is arrested for robbery.

  1. Lola realises that Billy reported Jay moments after Jay’s arrest, so Lola leaves for the train station with Lexi.
  2. Billy attempts to convince Lola to stay in Walford, but she says she could have a better life somewhere else and that she wants him to be proud of her.
  3. Billy and Lola share an emotional farewell and Lola leaves for Newcastle, taking Lexi with her.

Although Jay plans to join her eventually, Lola later ends the relationship because she is now dating Dexter.

Is Little Mo Kat’s sister?

Who is Little Mo? – Little Mo is a gentle, caring soul who first appeared in the Square back in 2000. Little Mo with baby Freddie (Picture: BBC) She is Kat Slater’s sister, and her grandmother is ‘Big Mo’ Harris (Laila Morse). But Little Mo couldn’t be more different to Big Mo – she has a gentle, sweet, quiet nature, though both have huge hearts. When Little Mo first arrived in the soap, she was married to abusive Trevor Morgan (Alex Ferns), and after enduring years of his physical and mental cruelty, she fought back when he tried to rape her again, and attacked him with an iron. Foster brutally attacked Little Mo (Picture: BBC) After spending months propping up the bar, and bonding with Little Mo over a love of crosswrods, he invited himself in after hours. But when she tried to coax him out, frightened for her own safety, he raped her. Freddie Slater wants to meet his biological dad – but Little Mo has proected him from the truth (Picture: BBC/Jack Barnes/Kieron McCarron) Little Mo had her day in court and testified against Foster, with Billy’s full support, and the rapist was sent to prison for eight years.

How is Freddie Billy’s son?

1 August 2023, 12:09 | Updated: 1 August 2023, 12:11 EastEnders’ Freddie Slater to reunite with mum Little Mo as his father’s identity is revealed. Picture: BBC EastEnders’ Freddie Slater is in for some shocking revelations over the next week as he takes off to see mum Little Mo in a bid to finally get some answers about his parentage.

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Prior to leaving Walford to see his mother, Freddie will discover that Billy is not his father and that he was in fact conceived when Little Mo was raped by a customer at the Old Vic. EastEnders’ Freddie Slater will make a shocking discovery over the next week. Picture: BBC Graham Foster, the abuser, last appeared on EastEnders over a decade ago when he was put in prison for the assault on Little Mo. However, he will return to the show when Freddie visits him looking for answers about his parentage. Little Mo Slater has been rumoured to be returning to EastEnders. Picture: BBC It is currently unknown whether Freddie’s meeting with his mother will be seen on screen, but fans are hopeful actress Kacey Ainsworth will return to reprise her role.

Asked By: Curtis Foster Date: created: Jan 11 2024

Did Little Mo get found guilty

Answered By: Jose Alexander Date: created: Jan 11 2024

2000 – 2006 – The first love of Little Mo’s life was Trevor Morgan, Their marriage was rocky, due to his severe mood swings and physical and emotional violence. He repeatedly manipulated her so she couldn’t bring herself to leave, turning on the charm after beating her to convince her that they loved each other.

Trevor isolated her from her family, who despised him. She always forgave him and even agreed to start a family until he raped her for buying a hat to wear to her sister Lynne Slater ‘s wedding, after he had forbidden her to go. Realising she couldn’t bring a child up in that environment, Mo went back on the pill.

Mo finally left after discovering that Trevor had deleted a message from Zoe Slater, who had run away from home. On New Year’s Eve 2001, timid ‘doormat’ Little Mo attacked Trevor, hitting him repeatedly with an iron when he attacked her. She went home, thinking he was dead but when she and her sisters returned to the Fowler house, he was gone.

  • Mo was prosecuted and found guilty of attempted murder but was released after Trevor did a deal with the Slaters – he wouldn’t give evidence against Mo if Kat didn’t press charges for him assaulting her.
  • Trevor terrorised Mo after she moved on and planned to divorce him, taking her and his baby son, Sean, the son he had with Donna Andrews hostage in the Slater house, which caught fire.

Fireman Tom Banks saved Mo and the baby. He went back for Trevor but the fire reached a can of petrol Trevor had brought into the house and exploded. Tom and Trevor died in the explosion. Billy Mitchell and Little Mo bonded over their respective pasts. They became friends while Mo was married to Trevor and started dating after she was released from prison.

  • Billy admitting his feelings during Trevor’s trial when Mo admitted part of her reason for staying with Trevor was that he was the only man who ever noticed her that way.
  • Trevor did his best to wreck things but Billy proposed by spelling out ‘marry me’ in alphabet macaroni and she accepted.
  • After Trevor’s demise, the pair married on Christmas Day 2002 Shortly before their first wedding anniversary, her new friend and Charlie’s darts-playing buddy, Graham Foster, raped her in The Queen Vic late one night.

She told her family, and her dad, Charlie, attacked him. As Graham hadn’t taken precautions, Mo was tested for STIs after reporting him to the police and all the tests came back negative, except one – she was pregnant. Billy and her family were shocked and disgusted when she insisted on keeping the baby, insisting that it shouldn’t be punished for its father’s crimes.

  • She and Billy separated and Mo left the Square, returning for Graham’s trial and told Billy that she named her son Frederick William (Freddie for short), wanting to name him after good men.
  • Following Graham’s conviction, she and Billy reconciled but it didn’t last due to Billy struggling to bond with Freddie as he saw Graham every time he looked at Freddie.

They divorced amicably and remain good friends. Following her split from Billy, Little Mo and Freddie moved in with the Slaters. She and Alfie Moon, estranged husband of her sister, Kat Moon, became much closer but separated when Mo discovered Alfie was dating Kat behind her back.

Alfie and Kat reconciled and left the Square for a new life. Since February 2006, it was observed Mo was having difficulty caring for Freddie. Mo reported Freddie was teething but refused to medicate him, so she had trouble getting him to sleep. Freddie’s head was injured in a fight with Bobby Beale, so a health visitor visited the Slaters’.

Little Mo saw this as questioning her parenting ability and was extremely hostile. Mo constantly took Freddie to see Dr. Oliver Cousins, who moved her to another GP’s patient list because he was interested in her romantically. The pair started dating in April 2006,

At the end of April 2006, Mo and Billy divorced. Two days later, Mo and Oliver planned a night away in Brighton, but after a car crash caused by Deano Wicks and Carly Wicks, she got cold feet, telling Oliver that she couldn’t leave Freddie. On her return, she found him unconscious. Freddie was rushed to hospital, and doctors found a head injury.

Social Services were involved, suspecting Mo of causing Freddie’s injury. Thinking back, Mo realised Ben Mitchell was responsible. She confronted him and shook him violently, when he denied hurting her. The Mitchells warned Mo to stay away from Ben, almost costing her her job at the Vic.

  • However, her father persuaded Peggy to give Mo another chance.
  • On 8th May 2006, Mo returned, but was constantly warned by Phil Mitchell and Grant Mitchell,
  • Ben saw her when helping himself to some crisps and ran away so Peggy fired her.
  • She tried convincing people that Ben had caused Freddie’s injury but no one believed her, not even her own father.

He soon realised his mistake and begged her forgiveness for doubting her. After extensive tests, the doctors discovered Freddie had a low platelet count, due to an infection. This meant any minor injury could have serious complications as his blood wasn’t clotting properly.

  1. Mo was cleared by the authorities, but local residents thought she was responsible as confirmed by Ian Beale ‘s reluctance to let her hold Bobby.
  2. Nowing she would always be suspected, she decided to leave.
  3. Feeling guilty, Ben Mitchell finally admitted to his dad that he had hit Freddie as Freddie pulled at his hearing aid.

Mo wasn’t sure what to do, but decided not to tell the authorities. Phil threatened Mo, but she told him she was quite capable of deciding for herself. Oliver Cousins tried convincing her to report Ben but she refused, leading to a nasty scene in the Vic when Peggy Mitchell called Mo a child beater.

Oliver defended Mo and told everyone that Ben had confessed to Phil and Mo, but Mo was angry that he hadn’t respected her decision. Oliver got drunk and Dawn Swann had to help him home. Stacey saw this but did not tell Mo. Oliver realized just how much he loves Mo and proposed. Just as it seemed everything would be fine, Stacey Slater told Mo that she saw Oliver with Dawn in the Vic on 26th May 2006,

Mo was heartbroken and ended up pushing Oliver so hard that he collapsed. Shocked, he ended their relationship. Mo prepared to leave for Barnstaple and just as she reached the station, Oliver, who was moving to Leeds, asked her to go with him. Mo decided not to join him, saying all her life she had done what she was told and now wanted to break away from being “Little” Mo.

Asked By: Raymond Campbell Date: created: Jan 08 2023

What happened to Little Mo EastEnders

Answered By: Landon Young Date: created: Jan 09 2023

How did Little Mo Slater leave EastEnders? – Heartbroken, Little Mo decided enough was enough and planned a new life in Barnstaple with Freddie, but when she reached the station, Oliver asked her to go to Leeds with him. However, Little Mo insisted it was time for her to flourish herself and not be “Little” Mo anymore, leaving Walford in 2006.

The character has been mentioned numerous times since, including when her sister Kat visited her. Speaking about her exit at the time to The Mirror, actress Kacey Ainsworth said: “Lots of people thought I’d left then and offers started to come in. That’s when I first realised that there is another world out there.

If it wasn’t for that, I wouldn’t have thought about it because I love playing Little Mo so much. “She is a fantastic character but it was time to move on. I wanted to be an actor from the age of five, but I didn’t want to become one just to do the same thing all the time.

Is Little Mo Big Mo’s son in your honor?

Your Honor – Part Fifteen Season 2 Episode 5 Editor’s Rating 3 stars Photo: Vulture; Photo: Skip Bolen/SHOWTIME Michael Desiato tanked his career and his reputation to save his son. His efforts are the foundational element of Your Honor, which means that this is a series about family and the allegiances people within different families have to one another.

That motivates the Baxters, who want revenge for their son’s hit-and-run death. That motivates Eugene, who lost his mother and siblings in separate killings. And it explains a lot of the interactions that happen in “Part Fifteen,” which isn’t about revenge per se but tries to explore the various family obligations that bind its characters together — usually in violence, sometimes in mercy.

For a drug dealer of Big Mo’s stature, mercy doesn’t come easy. After all, she has to deal with hostile and deadly parties on two fronts: the Baxters, who are jostling with her for influence over the new mayor and control of the city more broadly, and the cartel backing the supplier who’s extremely unhappy that she reneged on a massive cash deal.

It turns out these hostilities are related in that Big Mo needed the cash set aside for the deal to beat back an offer from the Baxters on the French Quarter nightclub she intends to own. But, in both cases, her instincts tell her to project strength, either by standing up to a threat or unleashing violence to show she means business.

Her girlfriend, a nightclub singer, doesn’t feel great about walking out to see Little Mo zip-tied to a rail, presumably with urine-soaked pants since his keepers won’t even let him use the bathroom. It makes her think less of Big Mo — not because she’s naïve to her line of work or even because she’s witnessed this grim torture scene.

What’s really upsetting is that Little Mo is Big Mo’s nephew, and how can she stay involved with someone who treats family members so shabbily? (Of course, if the girlfriend knew the context, she might also ask why Little Mo is taking the fall for a deal his aunt blew up.) Her words are enough to shame Big Mo into cutting him loose rather than cutting his throat, but not before he’s beaten within an inch of his life and tossed out of a van.

His exile seems unlikely to last, however. This is what Mike in Breaking Bad would call “a half-measure.” Family drama has been raging among the Baxters for a while now with Jimmy and Gina at odds and Fia taking up residence at the hotel away from the unsavory business she’d rather deny than confront.

  1. The reemergence of Gina’s father, Carmine Conti, a gangster of greater repute than even Jimmy, has the potential to make things worse for the Baxters because it’s less clear who’s in charge.
  2. As Carmine says over dinner, “The Baxter business was built on the Conti name,” and there’s a sense that Gina has called on her father to leverage control of that business over her husband, whom she sees as weak and ineffectual at a moment when the Baxters need to show strength.

The new mayor, Charlie Figaro, seems empowered to walk away from the city’s commitment to give the Baxters control of the waterfront property Big Mo has established a beachhead in the French Quarter, and Jimmy still hasn’t done anything to get justice for their dead son Rocco.

  • She wants blood.
  • He wants patience.
  • There are things we must do for ourselves, and there are things we must do for our family,” says Jimmy at a contentious dinner with both kids and Carmine at the table.
  • Gina and Fia have had another blowup about Fia balking on having her baby baptized, and she’s enraged at Jimmy for his impromptu offer to make Charlie the child’s godfather.

The bitterness between Gina and Fia over the baptism gets amusingly spicy with Gina sniping that the child has been condemned for all eternity and Fia responding, “Save us a seat when you get there.” But maybe this is just a hot-blooded family in general because it doesn’t take long for Jimmy to withdraw his choice for godfather or for Fia to offer her brother, Carlo, for the role.

  • As for the battle of wills between Jimmy and Gina, it’s Carmine who acts as a surprising peacemaker, comparing the dynamic between them to the hidden contentiousness of his own marriage, in which his wife was a lot like Jimmy.
  • As I’ve written in a previous recap, Hope Davis has made an absolute meal out of playing Gina this season, stepping up to a larger role now that Your Honor has evolved from a show built around Bryan Cranston’s compromised judge to more of an ensemble New Orleans crime series.

It’s an absolutely ludicrous part with Gina displaying zero awareness of how her fierce religiosity might clash with her insatiable bloodlust. (No Catholic has ever suffered less from guilt.) Gina doesn’t trust that Jimmy has a game plan until it actually comes to fruition, like the way he executes various behind-the-scenes power plays to win back his stake in the waterfront.

Or so it seems. In the strongest scene in the episode, Jimmy and Charlie map out an arrangement to give Jimmy what he wants but with some important concessions to the mayor’s agenda, like union labor, a 35 percent allotment to Black-owned businesses, and social institutions like a school, a library, and low-income housing.

On top of that, Jimmy will be leasing the property from the city, bringing the Baxters into a real partnership with the mayor’s office. That’s some savvy politicking on Charlie’s part, especially given Michael’s warning that the Baxters have dark intentions for him if he doesn’t make a deal.

  • When it’s revealed later in the scene that Charlie is working with Olivia, presumably because she has a recording that can end his career and send him to jail, the toughness of his negotiations acts as an excellent cover.
  • If Charlie had simply given him the property with no strings attached, Jimmy might have smelled a rat.

Now Jimmy leaves thinking he’s just a savvy closer. It remains to be seen, of course, how those family ties might fray under pressure. Big Mo might regret letting her nephew live. Fia might stop denying what her family does for a living or notice that her brother is a vile sociopath.

Michael has no more family left to lose. Others may join him soon. • Why in the world is Big Mo looking at Eugene askance? He completely saved her hash by returning that giant bag of money to her even though he wasn’t supposed to come back to New Orleans. She remains oddly unwilling to hold herself to account for how that drug deal went bad.

• Gina dismissing the kitchen staff and rustling up birthday cannolis herself is pure camp delight. The transition from her telling Jimmy, “Now eat your fucking cannoli!” to the opening credits rolling (“Showtime Presents”) is irresistible fun but perhaps also a sign that Your Honor has lost much of its seriousness in its second season.

  1. Carlo’s odd fantasy about death by popsicle makes it clear enough, if it wasn’t already, that he may not be leadership material for the family.
  2. Michael’s only real friendship appears to be over — or at least severely strained.
  3. He surely knows that telling Charlie about what the Feds have on him will break the trust between them, but he also realizes Charlie would be in deeper trouble if he doesn’t confess.

He’s a good, loyal friend for ruining that relationship. • Nice little cliffhanger at the end about Nancy’s discovering new revelations about the murder of Michael’s late wife. Does the good judge have a more unsavory past than anyone realized? Stay tuned Your Honor Recap: All in the Family