Although Curtis Ashford learns the truth, he still remains in the dark about a life changing secret. Curtis (Donnell Turner) holds honesty at the top of his priority list and expects the same from the ones he loves.
After being lied to by his ex-wife Jordan (Tanisha Harper), Curtis’ marriage to Jordan ended. He found out his father had lied his entire life, and the relationship with Marshall Ashford (Robert Gossett) almost never began. As a result of Marshall’s life long deceptions, Curtis now faces a hard truth. Marshall’s schizophrenia is the reason he faked his death and steered clear of his family for all these years. Now he’s back and wants to make up for lost time. His return also brings concerns for Curtis and his [future] children.
General Hospital spoilers reveal Curtis awaits news of his recent genetic testing. Recent General Hospital previews give a sneak peek into what’s ahead for the Ashford family. Curtis learns the truth while Jordan remains vigilant. She walks up and keeps a comfortable distance – enough to be discreetly observant.
General Hospital recaps recall Jordan found about about Portia Robinson’s (Brook Kerr) secret back when they almost perished while locked in that basement. She already knows Portia Robinson is worried about Trina Robinson’s (Tabyana Ali) potential risk for inheriting Schizophrenia. If Curtis is Trina’s father, she too is at risk.
Will Curtis learn not one but two truth bombs?!
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