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General Hospital Spoilers: Adam Develops An Unhealthy Fixation, Josslyn Has A Stalker

Adam Becomes Josslyn’s Stalker
Adam Becomes Josslyn’s Stalker

Josslyn Jacks (Eden McCoy) is trying to live her best life and experience college the way she’s meant to. Unfortunately, her college experience began with an unusual setback to both her academic and social growth.

Although Esme Prince did a number on Josslyn’s personal and college endeavors, the young Carly clone gets her strength from her mother. And despite Esme’s attempt to ruin her, Josslyn has thrived. She and her boyfriend Dex Heller (Evan Hofer) live on the edge as a Carly Corinthos, and Jason Morgan minis. On top of that, Josslyn is making new connections as she studies for her future.

Josslyn and her new friend Adam started out a little rocky. Soon after their first awkward run-in, Adam apologized for his inappropriate behavior and joss was gracious enough to accept. According to GH spoilers and rumors, Joss and Adam spend more time together as the semester continues to challenge them. The latest General Hospital spoilers tease that Josslyn becomes more dependent on her study buddy and Adam misreads the signals. So far, Dex hasn’t revealed himself to be the super jealous type, but soon he might want to step up and protect his girl.

A shocking new GH rumor claims that Adam becomes Josslyn’s stalker as his persistence morphs into an obsession for the mobster’s girlfriend.

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