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General Hospital Spoilers: Ava Cries For Help Before Nikolas Unveils Himself

Nikolas unveils himself to Ava
Nikolas unveils himself to Ava

Ava Jerome (Maura West) killed Nikolas Cassadine, or so she thinks. She’ll do anything to protect her daughter Avery Corinthos (Ava and Grace Scarola). That’s why she didn’t think twice when she clubbed Nikolas over the head when he threatened to take her daughter. Even still, she didn’t mean to kill him, and with Austin’s help, that’s exactly what she thinks.

Nikolas unveils himself to Ava

Dr. Austin Holt (Roger Howarth) helped Ava move Nik’s seemingly lifeless body, but neglected to tell her the truth. GH recaps recall that Austin knows exactly where Ava’s ex-husband disappeared to, and that he’s been kept alive. Now, he’s in hiding until the moment is right.

General Hospital spoilers and rumors tease that it’s about that time when Nikolas shows himself. Meanwhile, Mason (Nathanyael Grey) boldly abducted Ava straight from Wyndemere. In fact, he didn’t even try to disguise himself. While GH fans question where Mason takes Ava, GH spoilers tease that Ava’s headed straight to Nikolas.

According to GH rumors, Mason kidnapped Ava to bring her to the man with which she once shared a home. Now, all of the lies and deceit have created a monster. Recent hard times invoked the dark side in this Cassadine, and now he’s taking it out on Ava. She got on his bad side and then tried to kill him. Consequently, now he wants her to pay.

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