EastEnders spoilers: Vincent Hubbard to be KILLED OFF as he makes huge betrayal?

In tonight’s episode of , Vincent (played by Richard Blackwood) continued with his scheme to make as much money as possible to stop the bank from repossessing his home.

He advertised his silver car in the hope that he could raise some much needed cash.

However, in an unfortunate turn of events, another driver hit the side of his car meaning it would be harder to sell.

With no insurance, Vincent was at a loss on how he could make some money in a short amount of time.

Knowing that he is running out of time, the soap hard man made the shocking decision to call DI Franklin.

In the final moments of tonight’s episode, Vincent could be seen offering the detective information regarding the heist.

But Vincent wasn’t about to just hand over the information.

Using his previous experience as a police informant, Vincent knew he could earn money.

Betraying the others involved in the heist, he agreed to hand over details of the heist in exchange for payment.

It certainly looks likely that he will have no problem revealing Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) and Aidan Maguire (Patrick Bergin) were involved.

Unfortunately, with soap star Richard’s exit from the long-running BBC soap looming, it doesn’t like his plan will go so smoothly.

Vincent’s information will not be enough to satisfy DI Franklin meaning he will be without the cash he desperately needs.

Furthermore, when Aidan and Phil catch wind of his plan, they won’t let him off easily.

Could Vincent be killed off as a result of his desperation or will he flee Walford and leave wife Kim (Tameka Empson) to clear up the mess?

It comes after .

The soap star teased an explosive exit for his character in coming weeks.

“When I read the scripts, I thought, ‘Okay, if this is what we’re going to do, I’m going to deliver it so the viewers at home are left going wow.’” he told Inside Soap.

“I know that sounds like a cliched thing to say, but Vincent’s exit is definitely going to be a talking point for a while.

“Once again, EastEnders doesn’t disappoint!”

EastEnders continues Monday on BBC One at 8pm.

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