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Tuesdays episode of "Pretty Little Liars" entitled "She's No Angel" dropped a shocking clue to A's identity after Aria managed to get hold of a snap that showed the hooded villain.

Although A's face wasn't clear, it showed a busty person, hinting that the villain who has been torturing the Liars for the past several seasons could be a girl.

A good number of fans aren't happy with this twist, as executive Marlene King had earlier revealed that Charles was indeed A. But King reiterated during a Twitter chat on Tuesday that she did not lie about the Charles clue.

Here's what she tweeted.

All clues the Liars found out on Tuesday's episode pointed out at Lesli Stone being the villain. But not many are willing to believe Lesli to be A, as there are five more episodes to go before the midseason finale, where A's identity will finally be revealed. King has promised that fans will also be told the reason why A wants to hurt the Liars.

Besides Lesli, the other two people suspected to be working for A are Clark, Aria's new friend, and Emily's buddy Sara Harvey, who was found along with the Liars in Charles' dollhouse.

As for what to expect in the upcoming episode, the official synopsis of "No Stone Unturned" does not give away much clues other than that A will increase his threats, as the Liars try to get deeper into the A mystery.

"With all signs pointing to Lesli as the tormentor in the hoodie, the PLLs are on a mission to get concrete proof before bringing their findings to the police. But as the girls ramp up their investigation, "A's" threats escalate," the synopsis read.

"Meanwhile, a friend of Emily's makes her a surprising offer and Spencer is pressured by her family to make an important decision."

"Pretty Little Liars" airs Tuesdays on ABC Family.