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General Hospital Spoilers: Gladys Makes Sasha’s News Her Business, And Everyone Else’s

After learning that Sasha Gilmore (Sofia Mattsson), The Face of Deception, is pregnant, founder of the cosmetic company, Lucy Coe (Lynn Herring), wants to shoot the news from the rooftops. She believes Sasha’s pregnancy is great for PR, and actually wants to launch a campaign geared towards pregnant woman and mothers, called, The Face of Conception.

Sasha is apprehensive about what Lucy plans on doing with her situation. After all, her baby’s father, Brando Corbin (Johnny Wactor) still is unaware any of this is happening.

General Hospital spoilers reveal that Brando’s nosey mom, Gladys Corbin (Bonnie Burroughs), is always in the right place at the right time to overhear secret, pertinent information.

General Hospital rumors suggest that Sasha has a lot more to worry about than Lucy’s plan to use her pregnancy as PR for Deception. Gladys is sneaky, greedy, and underhanded. What she could do with this type of secret knows no bounds. Since Brando works for Cyrus Renault (Jeff Kober), there is a major risk in him finding out Brando has a baby on the way- especially with none other than Sasha. Cyrus almost killed Sasha and he originally wanted Brando to figure out a way to keep her quiet. Renault would have no problem in harming Sasha or her baby with Brando.

It’s safe to say that Sasha’s secret isn’t safe with Gladys!

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