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Devastated EastEnders star Dean Gaffney targeted by crime just weeks before Christmas

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Dean Gaffney on This Morning
Dean Gaffney has been targeted by criminals (Picture: Ken McKay/ITV/Shutterstock)

Former EastEnders star Dean Gaffney has taken to social media to share an unfortunate incident that saw him targeted by criminals just weeks before Christmas.

The Robbie Jackson actor took to Instagram to share how his car had been broken into, sharing footage of the damage caused to his window.

‘I could get angry but what’s the point,’ he wrote alongside the images.

‘Let karma work its magic… Xmas time in London… definitely a headache I could do without.’

The criminals had done quite some damage to the car, with the footage revealing that there was glass everywhere.

Dean Gaffney's smashed car window
Criminals smashed Dean’s window (Picture: Instagram / Dean Gaffney)
Smashed glass all over Dean Gaffney's car seat
The star refused to get angry (Picture: Instagram / Dean Gaffney)

This unfortunate incident comes weeks after Dean, who first joined EastEnders in 1993, was flooded with support following the funeral of his mum, Marian.

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Announcing her death on Instagram, Dean wrote: ‘I am simply broken to share that my beautiful selfless mother Marian has sadly passed away. I was, am and always will be a mummy’s boy so this news has completely floored me.

‘I spoke to her every day and in some ways I’m glad I’m the one that found her asleep.

‘I will retain all the amazing memories that we shared and whilst I understand the circle of life means everyone will feel this pain at some point in their lives, life can be very cruel at times, 69 is no age.

‘To know I will never be able to physically see or speak to her ever again is beyond any pain I’ve ever experienced in my life.’

After sharing a picture of her funeral programme, Dean was inundated with support from fellow EastEnders stars.

Among those paying their respects were Joe Swash, who said: ‘Dean, all our thoughts and prayers are with you mate. Me and Stacey and the kids are thinking of you. Please come over for dinner’.

Tina Carter actress Luisa Bradshaw-White wrote: ‘I’m so sorry Dean. Sending you my love,’ while Richard Blackwood, who played Vincent Hubbard, said: ‘Sending condolences my bro’.

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