Michael pressures Carly about Sonny! Will Carly listen to her son hand so what he thinks is best for their family?! Carly Corinthos’s (Laura Wright) future is at stake. Thankfully, Carly’s loved ones rally around in support of her freedom.
There’s no denying that her son, Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell) knows her worth. He can’t fathom how his siblings will get along without their mother if Carly goes to Federal prison. Forget Pentonville, that establishment is for petty crimes compared to what Carly’s facing. Therefore, Michael knows that they must take extreme measures to ensure she stays out of prison.
According to the latest General Hospital spoilers and rumors, Carly and Michael’s conversation becomes heated when he incessantly tries to convince his mom to throw Sonny under the bus. Carly wants nothing more than for Michael to get rid of that video. However, Michael sees that evidence as the only way his mom stays out of prison. He knows that if Carly goes down for this, his siblings will suffer.
Obviously, Michael is willing to sacrifice one parent for the other. His current situation with Sonny is what makes this such an easy decision for Michael. But as for Carly, that’s not the case. GH spoilers and rumors hint that Michael lays it in thick with the guilt trip about Donna and Avery. If he strikes a nerve with his mom, she just might have to do whatever it takes to make sure she’s there for her girls and entire family.
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