Portia drives Trina away? Right now, Portia Robinson (Brook Kerr) can’t think straight while her daughter remains hostage on the Haunted Star. Although, Victor Cassadine (Charles Shaughnessy) didn’t technically kidnap Trina Robinson (Tabyana Ali). The young woman in love followed a gut feeling. According to General Hospital recaps, Trina noticed something of after speaking with Spencer Cassadine (Nicholas Alexander Chavez). His phone conversation with Victor left Trina suspicious. So, she followed Spencer, which lead her to the Haunted Star.
General Hospital spoilers and previews indicate that Trina’s mom curses the day Spencer entered her daughter’s life. Additionally, she doesn’t keep her feelings to herself in that regard. Portia makes it abundantly clear that she blames Trina’s involvement with Spencer for the life threatening predicament that she’s in now.
Currently, the mother-daughter duo’s relationship is on the rocks. Trina feels betrayed by Portia’s paternity secret. Sadly, they weren’t on the best of terms when tragedy struck, and now Trina’s life is threatened by a madman. While General Hospital rumors tease a happy reunion, Portia drives Trina away. When this nightmare is all said and done, Portia and Trina’s relationship has a chance to repair. However, if Portia expects Trina to stay away from Spencer, things between herself and her daughter won’t be the same.
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