‘EastEnders’ has come under fire for airing scenes containing bad language before the watershed, on Thursday (31 July) night’s episode.
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Ofcom have received 29 complaints after Carol Jackson (Lindsey Coulson) branded her brother Max Branning (Jake Wood) “a complete and utter b*****d”, having discovered he was trying to get his daughter Abi (Lorna Fitzgerald) to confess to Lucy Beale’s murder.
The media regulator will now decide whether or not to investigate the complaints, with a spokesperson telling Digital Spy: "We will assess these complaints before deciding whether to investigate or not."
Writer Daran Little, who penned the scene, dismissed viewers' concerns about the use of language, after Carol’s words sparked a debate on Twitter.
He retweeted a fan who wrote: “I don't care what anyone says @DaranLittle is an absolute legend for making Carol such a mouthy person in tonight's episode. #EastEnders.”
Earlier this month, ‘EastEnders’ received a number of complaints after it aired an implied gay sex scene between Ben Mitchell (Harry Reid) and Paul Coker (Jonny Labey).
A scene that showed the pair kissing next to an open coffin in a funeral parlour, before later getting dressed when they were interrupted, attracted 48 complaints, which are now being investigated.