Does Ava kill Austin?! …Without a doubt, Dr. Austin Holt (Roger Howarth) is as shady as the trees, clouds, and moon combined. It’s difficult to put a finger on it, but there’s absolutely something off about that guy.
It’s obvious, Ava and Austin’s relationship is complex. What started out as friendship turned into partners in crime. Eventually, the two became intimate, and now all the lines are blurred. According to General Hospital news and spoilers, Maura West spills the tea on Austin and Ava! In a recent interview, Maura shares her inside take on what’s happening between the doctor and the lady mobster. Reportedly, Maura tells Soaps In Depth some critical hints about how Ava is handling Austin. “When somebody knows a dark secret, in her words, you either have to kill them or you’re sort of at their mercy,” she explained of her character. “I mean, those are her options. And she’s sort of at his mercy. And at the cousin’s, too — she’s at Mason’s mercy.” So, does that mean that Ava either remains the puppet, or she kills for the upper hand?
Additionally, GH spoilers reveal that Ava isn’t ready for a relationship with Austin. Tjay doesn’t necessarily mean she isn’t ready for any relationship. However, when reflecting on Ava and Austin’s adult playdate, Maura disclosed how Ava felt about the whole thing,. “Yeah, she was not expecting that,” Maura shared. “She’s not ready for that relationship. She’s not sure she wants that relationship! But, you know, there’s something irresistible about that Roger Howarth that comes through into Austin!”
If Maura thinks Austin and Roger are irresistible, then maybe Ava does too! 😉
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