After Ben and Lewis' shock kiss, EastEnders exposes the consequences

After Ben and Lewis' shock kiss, EastEnders exposes the consequences ...

The spoilers for EastEnders follow.

As Callum struggles to move on, EastEnders discloses the aftermath of Ben Mitchell''s betrayal.

In Thursday''s episode (May 12) by sharing a brief kiss with Lewis, Ben (Max Bowden) betrayed his husband Callum.

Although Ben decided to do it better, it was regrettable, however, it was too late as a heartbroken Callum had already seen everything.

As Callum reels from what''s happened, next week''s episodes will delve into Ben''s mistake.

Despite Ben''s claim that the kiss meant nothing, Callum pleads with him.

Lewis tries to make Callum feel good; Callum gives Ben the keys to their flat, proving that he''s serious about their future.

Callum is keen to set a minimum and has ordered Ben not to see Lewis again. He also assures him that he won''t tell the cops the truth about the attacks, but insists that he won''t be so sorry if anything happens like this again.

Although he promises to take action, Callum is still dealing with Ben''s betrayal later in the week.

Lewis, on the other hand, appears to feel no remorse at all, declaring that Callum must simply overcome it.

Callum is angry after a chat with Frankie and realizes that he does want his marriage to be successful after all.

Callum promises to give Ben another chance and suggests they go to The Albert, but can he really move on?

"In Callum''s mind, it''s about whether or not it''s something that he can forgive and whether it''s something that they can transcend, especially at this stage, so early on in the marriage."

"To be honest, it''s probably true." However, the author begins to wonder if it''s something he can deal with.

In a horrifying story that will air at the end of the month, this story is finalizing the way for Lewis to rape Ben.

EastEnders is continuing on BBC One on Monday, May 16 at 7.30pm.

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If you''ve been affected by the issues described in this article, you may obtain more information from Rape Crisis England and Wales, who work towards eliminating all forms of sexual assault and sexual misconduct on their website or by calling the National Rape Crisis Helpline on 0808 802 9999.

Readers in the United States are encouraged to contactRAINN or the National Sexual Assault Hotline on 800-656-4673.