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General Hospital Spoilers And Rumors: Is Sofia Mattsson Leaving General Hospital?

Sasha leaving General Hospital

Is Sasha leaving General Hospital?! …Sofia Mattsson joined General Hospital back in 2018. During her time as Sasha Gilmore, Sofia’s played some tough scenes. For starters, she (Sasha) tackled drug addiction and mental health issues. As if that wasn’t hard enough, next, she and her husband Brando Corbin (Johnny Wactor) lost their newborn baby, Liam. Then unexpectedly, Brando was killed by the hook killer.

Needless to say, Sasha’s been through the wringer. When the dust started to settle, Sasha breathed a sigh of relief for the people in her life that she could depend on. Thankfully, Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) has stepped up in a major way after his cousin Brando’s death. Anything Sasha needs, Sonny’s got her back. Other than Sonny, Sasha also has her mother-in-law, Gladys Corbin (Bonnie Burroughs).

Recent General Hospital rumors hint that Gladys’s gambling woes bring trouble for Sonny and Sasha. Evidently, Gladys can’t pay up and what she offers to Selina just won’t cut it. As a result, GH rumors claim Selina kidnaps Sasha. According to recent GH news, Mattsson is pregnant. With that, maternity leave is a definite possibility. So, is Sasha leaving General Hospital? It looks like that’s the case, with storyline rumors to support her exit. Thankfully, if she does exit the 60 year old daytime drama, her absence will be temporary. Please check back with us for any further developments.

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