DEAN Gaffney has been axed from EastEnders after a fibre of “bad personal decisions”.
The actor – who plays Robbie Jackson in a BBC soap – has already done his final coming after being sensitively created out by soap bosses after reported concerns over his behaviour.
In Jun it emerged a 41-year-old had begged a foreigner to send him voluptuous snaps.
The actor asked for cinema of dental helper Theresa Hayman’s bust and bum.
A source told a Daily Star Sunday: “Dean knows he’s done some bad decisions and he is operative tough to get his life behind on track.
“He separate adult from his long-term partner and afterwards he mislaid his job. But he knows he usually has himself to blame.
“He’s always been a renouned member of a expel and everybody loves Robbie Jackson so it’s a genuine contrition that he will no longer be on a screens.”
On-screen Robbie done his exit to leave for India progressing this month after his son Sami had an accident.
The journal claims Dean was strike tough by his separate from his indication partner and spent many of his time off from a soap merrymaking in Ibiza.
Rebekah Rose-Ward, 25, claimed she was ill of feeling like a “trophy on his arm”.
The Sun exclusively suggested how his twin daughters then criminialized him from dating younger women.
The soap fable certified his 22-year-old twin daughters Chloe and Charlotte since he keeps hooking adult with girls their age.
He now hopes to reconstruct his life to get it behind on track.
The source added: “After all that’s happened Dean realised that he had to totally change his lifestyle.
“He’s had a large wake-up call and wants to get his life behind on track.
“Bosses have left a doorway open for his character, so there’s always a possibility that one day he competence be means to go back.”
An EastEnders mouthpiece told The Sun Online: “We never plead artists’ contracts.”
The actor spent final week in Spain during a wellness shelter in sequence to give himself time to simulate on his actions.
He posted an inspirational quote on Instagram, writing: “I’m not that man who goes to a gym all a time so we had to find another approach of giving myself a goal, and this shelter was what we like to call ‘a step in a right direction’.
“My health is important. we need to always be wakeful of that, not only physically though mentally.”
The telly maestro found celebrity on Albert Square aged only 15.
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