Poor Tiffany (played by Maisie Smith) was sucked into drug dealing by Evie Steele (Sophia Capasso) and things got scary for the pair when they had to go on the run on EastEnders.
They eventually returned to Albert Square and Tiffany was pulled out of the dark underworld with the help of her family.
However, she still had trauma to deal with afterwards as she told her uncle Jack Branning (Scott Maslen) that she’d been raped by a member of the gang.
Tiffany went on to bravely confront her attacker on the BBC soap and has since put the drug dealing in the past.
However, she’s set to get some big news on the programme in upcoming scenes.
The day of her GCSE results is looming and the youngster is going to open them soon.
She will be supported by Kathy Beale (Gillian Taylforth) and Jean Slater (Gillian Slater) as she unveils the results.
Could this news change Tiffany’s life for the better after such a difficult year for the youngster?
Viewers will have to wait and see how she does but, after such a challenging time, good marks could put Tiffany on the right track.
The results could leave her mother Bianca Butcher (Pasty Palmer) beaming with pride as the fiery redhead returns to the Square.
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Bianca is making a comeback in the coming weeks for a short stint as Whitney Dean (Shona McGarty) prepares to wed Callum Highway (Tony Clay).
However, it remains to be seen whether the wedding will actually go over without a hitch considering Callum’s struggles with his sexuality.
Callum has had a difficult week on the soap as he discovered his old army pal and lover Chris had died.
Drama has already been unveiled ahead of the wedding as chaos hits Whitney’s hen party.
At the E20 club, the ladies of Albert Square have got their glad rags on for the occasion.
As the women down their drinks, Rainie Branning (Tanya Franks) runs into trouble as she starts to choke on a straw.
But Rainie’s gasping for breath goes unnoticed by the other revellers at first.
Nurse Sonia Fowler (Natalie Cassidy) spots that Rainie’s in distress and rushes to help her.
Sonia employs the Heimlich manoeuvre to let Rainie breathe again and luckily saves her life.
EastEnders continues tomorrow at 8pm on BBC One.