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Tonight's EastEnders may have been the last episode in 2014 but this isn't the last we have heard from the ongoing gripping storyline entitled "Who Killed Lucy?"
Us viewers have to wait until near the end of February for the killer to be revealed but if you can't wait until then, I have a theory that you can mull over with me.
Ever since "Good" Friday 18 April 2014, the day Lucy Katherine Beale (Hetti Bywater) was murdered, Abigail Branning (Lorna Fitzgerald) has been acting completely out of character and probably for good reason.
The last positive sighting of Lucy was when she was in the bus on it's CCTV footage which shows her travelling and getting off. As Lucy was getting off the bus followed by someone who we later found out was Jay Brown (Jamie Borthwick).
Here's what happened, in my opinion.
Abi found out about her father, Maxwell Branning (Jake Wood), & Lucy's relationship.
She remembered the mess Max had her family in when he was having an affair with Stacey when he was still married to her Mother, Tanya.
Even although Max is not married, Abi still doesn't want someone as young as Lucy to be dating her dad which means him potentially caring for Lucy more than Abi.
With Bradley deceased, Abi is effectively the middle child of the family. Max has got his boy in Oscar Branning and is very protective of his eldest daughter, Lauren Branning (Jacqueline Jossa), as she is still in the fairly early stages of dealing with her alcoholism. Which leaves Abi in the middle with Max more or less ignoring her.
Abi has only just got her Dad back after Kirsty left, she doesn't want anyone else coming into the fold as it were.
When she discovered about Max & Lucy's relationship, Abi went over the edge.
She probably called Jay that evening to get help from her then boyfriend.
I imagine Jay told her to "not do anything stupid" as he was on his way to meet her.
It was either a mere coincidence that Lucy & Jay were on the same bus, or Jay had known there and then, Abi was going to kill her.
Here's where it gets a bit complicated.
As Lucy was getting off the bus, she seemed to have known someone or at least something stunned her as her facial expressions changed.
Following Lucy off the bus was Jay to calm the situation down between Abi & Lucy.
Abi must have been lurking and killed Lucy on the spot before Jay could intervene.
Jay, being there, knew he had to come up with an alibi to clear himself of any involvement so he gave Benjamin Mitchell (Harry Reid) a call and staged a raid at an off licence to validate him, and Ben, not being in Walford at the time of Lucy's demise.
When Jay seen himself on the CCTV footage, he panicked as he more or less was dragging Abi out of Walford faster than her feet could touch the ground. He must have felt that it was his duty to protect Abi from the Police.
Jay was arrested and released due to the lack of evidence.
Which now brings me on to Abi, my number 1 suspect.
As I have mentioned, she has been acting very peculiar since "Good" Friday 2014 and when she ran over the family dog, she was far from sympathetic and as a future veterinarian, she seemed less than bothered uttering the words "things die" in a cold blooded emotionless way.
Think logically about tonight's episode (30 December 2014).
DC Emma Summerhayes (Anna Acton) called someone and said "I know you killed Lucy!" - Emma has been taken off the Lucy Beale investigation earlier in the year, due to her involvement with Max, so there would be no need for her to have the likes of Jane Collins (Laurie Brett) or Ian Albert Beale's (Adam Woodyatt) phone number in her contacts.
Emma is in Walford and everyone is within walking distance of anyone there so she would be using her police officer training and go round to the person she's accusing and not calling them for a chat.
Emma is Max's girlfriend, as Max's girlfriend it would make sense for her to have Lauren & Abi's number in her phone.
Lauren was inside 5 Albert Square with Max, Abi was no where to be seen so it was a case of out of sight, out of mind for viewers to think that she's only on the phone to someone who was in the episode.
Abi wasn't there so Emma had no choice but to call her.
Which is why I still stand by my theory that Abi killed Lucy.
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