Jack comes to Walford for his nephew Bradley Branning's (Charlie Clements) wedding to Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner).
When Max returns, he is furious to discover they are together. Jack is arrested but soon released, due to his connections in the police force.
Max attempts to buy the family home but Jack outbids him, buying 5 Albert Square and sharing residence with Tanya and the children. In revenge, Jack takes Max hostage, beating and taunting him before abandoning him in an old warehouse.
He was very close friends with Michael Moon, another local East End boy and went to school with him, and had a closer relationship with him than he did with his brothers.
As a teenager, Jack stole his grandfather's World War II medal, knowing that it was Jim's prized possession as his father had died in combat when he was only six years old, and framed Max, causing a huge rift between Jim and Max and resulting in Max walking out in 1989.
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Jack Branning is a fictional character from the BBC soap opera East Enders, played by Scott Maslen. He is the youngest child of Jim and Reenie Branning and the brother of April Branning, Carol Jackson, Derek Branning, Suzy Branning and Max Branning.
However, Jack's sister Suzy reveals the true result, that Jack is Amy's father.
Furious, Sean snatches Amy and persuades Roxy to join him on a trip but Sean tries to kill them by driving into a frozen lake. Roxy tells Jack that he will have no contact with Amy and Ronnie refuses to reconcile with him.
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Jack built a career in the police force but got involved in criminal activities and when they backfired, one of Jack's informants knocked Selina and Penny down in revenge for being accidentally sent down.