General Hospital Spoilers: Michael Gives Avery Back!

SonnyAveryBaby Avery was born into chaos with Ava Jerome being her mother, and initially, the father unknown. Ava didn’t know if the father of her baby was her boyfriend Morgan’s, or his father Sonny’s baby. Ava slept with her boyfriend’s father in a night filled with guilt, drama, anger, and passion.

Sonny has had it out for Ava ever since he found out what she is really capable of. Sonny had been planning on how Ava will die once he found out that she is the one who killed his fiance, Connie Falconeri, causing Sonny to kill AJ out of anger and rage, and revenge. Ava’s only saving grace was that fact that she was pregnant… and when the time came, the DNA test revealed that Sonny is the father of her baby.

After Ava gave birth to Avery and then was presumed dead shortly after, Sonny was granted custody of his daughter. Michael, still angry with Sonny for killing AJ, fought tooth and nail to get custody of his adoptive sister. Claiming that Sonny’s life is far too dangerous for a child, with the help of Monica’s involvement with the judge, Michael was granted custody.

So much has happened between then and now, and Michael’s circumstances are quite different. He endured public humiliation and almost lost Avery for good because Morgan and Kiki sabotaged him by making appear to be unfit to care for a child.

Michael has lost ELQ to Nikolas Cassadine, and his life is coming apart at the seams. According to Soap Opera Digest, General Hospital spoilers reveal that Michael will make the difficult decision to give Avery back to her (presumed) father, Sonny.

Although Sonny is absolutely grateful to have Avery back, he is still looking to win Michael over, but still, Michael resents Sonny for killing AJ.

There is much more to this story than the scenes have lead on thus far… according to some General Hospital rumors, Sonny might just lose Avery all over again…. to Morgan!

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