Nathan and Dante Team Up to Uncover Levi’s Lies! Watch the Clip!

Maxie just cannot see through Levi’s deceit. Dunkleman is a snake and everyone knows he is up to no good… except for Maxie. Maxie is being manipulated by his schemes and we have yet to find out his real purpose in Port Charles. Spoilers have indicated that Levi is in town for far more than a relationship with Maxie. Maxie is just a pawn in his little game to bring him closer to someone or something in Port Charles.

Mac strongly dislikes him and he has tried to talk some sense into Maxie but she is too blinded. By what you ask? Yeah, we aren’t sure because it definitely isn’t his charm or wit. Lulu is skeptical of him as well. Nathan down right hates Levi, and not only because Nathan is falling for Maxie, but because he truly believes that Dunkleman is up to no good. Levi and his underhanded scheming need to take a one way trip right out of town. Levi getting deported would have been a great relief to Mac and Nathan. However, we all know that Nathan wasn’t the one who called immigration on Levi. Just as Levi disguised his voice to call the court house and tattle on Nathan for lying to the judge, he disguised his voice and called immigration on himself! Levi wants Nathan out of the picture and there’s no better way to do it than to make him look bad in front of Maxie. Levi is about to give Maxie the sob story of his life. In recent previews, it shows Levi telling Maxie that if he gets deported back to Australia, he will go to prison. This will then lead to Maxie and Levi planning to get married in order to keep him in the country.

Nathan wants to put a stop to Levi before he is able to hurt Maxie. He turns to Dante for help. Dante is the only other person who knows that Levi is in the US illegally. Nathan has confided in Dante about Maxie and Levi before. Now the two cops are teaming up to fit all the pieced togethr and prove that Levi is up to no good. They are on a mission to prove that Levi set Nathan up and called immigration on himself.

Check out the clip here at www.abc.go.com






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