EASTENDERS' Maisie Smith has finally returned to social media after being caught smoking a spliff in her car.

The 19-year-old star flashed her bra and showed off her trademark abs as she danced with her lookalike mum Julia in a new TiKTok video.

The flame-haired actress is wearing a sheer patterned top over a red lace bra for the routine, with a tiny black skirt also putting her tanned legs on display.

She has her red hair straight and loose around her shoulders as she performs a sassy dance to Rod Wave's Rags2Riches, with her mum expertly keeping up with her daughter's moves.

Maisie captioned the video: "My gal shining at the end like she does best 🥵✨🤩🤍😍".

The star normally posts new content to her social media channels every day, but this is her first post in almost a week after The Sun Online exclusively revealed that Maisie had been spotted pulling onto wasteland to puff away on a "strong smelling" rolled-up cigarette while behind the wheel.

Her 1.6 million TikTok followers were thrilled by her return, with one commenting: "YES GIRL, YOU'RE BACK, MISS YOU!"

Another wrote: "We've missed you" alongside a string of heart emojis.

One more read: "SO HAPPY YOU'RE BACK".

Maisie has still not posted to her popular Instagram page.

An eyewitness previously told The Sun that a strong smell seeped from Maisie's open window as she and a friend spent 40 minutes parked up after arriving at 3.50pm on Sunday [19 July].

Maisie was followed by police officers as she drove away from the area on Two Tree Island, Essex.

The onlooker said: "Locals know this area as a spot for people having a smoke.

"She had the window open and the smell was really strong. I couldn’t believe she was doing it while driving."

Driving under the influence of cannabis can result in a minimum one-year driving ban, an unlimited fine and up to six months in prison.

Maisie lives in nearby Westcliff-on-Sea with her parents and sister Scarlett.

EastEnders, which Maisie first shot to fame in at the age of seven, did not comment when approached by The Sun Online.

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