KUSH Kazemi hands himself into police as Phil Mitchell withholds the heist money from Kat Slater in EastEnders.
The market trader – who is played by actor Davood Ghadami in the BBC soap – ruined the heist by reading the wrong security code out and slowing everyone down.
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While Phil and Ben managed to get away in their cars, Kush took too long and was trapped by police officer Callum Highway.
Kush the narrowly escaped by blackmailing police officer Callum Highway into letting him go or he’d grass on Ben Mitchell.
But Kush’s antics and threats towards his family didn't go down too well with Phil, who refused to give the Slaters the heist money and warned Kush not to ever return to Walford.
Upcoming scenes will see Kat and Kush grow desperate to get their hands on the cash from Phil so they can jet off and start a new life abroad.
But as they head towards no. 31, they see that the police are still swarming the Square.
As Kat heads to Phil’s and demands the money, she’s shocked when Phil hands it over but is soon devastated when she realises it's only a fraction of what she is owed.
Meanwhile, realising what the consequences of his actions mean for his family, Kush makes a difficult decision.
Later, with Kat oblivious to his decision, Kush hands himself into the police.
Kat is later stunned when Jack tells her that Kush has handed himself in.
Kat informs Phil, who sees red and issues Kat with a stark warning.
Hurt by Kush’s actions, Kat remains set on leaving Walford.
EastEnders has confirmed that Kush will be leaving the soap as part of an “explosive” storyline set to play out into 2021.
Actor Davood was axed from his role in EastEnders after producers made the choice not to renew his contract in favour of a dramatic exit.
A source revealed: "Davood’s contract was up and bosses decided his storyline had run its course."
They continued to The Mirror: "He’ll be missed but they’re making sure he goes out with a bang. Sometimes the cost of having a big storyline means losing big characters."
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