General Hospital Spoilers: Lucy Turns On Sasha To Save Herself

Lucy turns on Sasha
Lucy turns on Sasha

Running a successful business means that you have to do the hard stuff in order to reap the rewards. Sadly, often times making the best decision for your business isn’t always the nicest. Some are cut out for it while others can’t set emotions aside when it comes to business tactics.

Tracy Quartermaine (Jane Elliot) and Blair Cramer (Kassie DePaiva) really did a number in Lucy Coe (Lynn Herring). She’s stuck between a rock and a hard place and refuses to use Tracy’s way out. Just weeks ago in Lucy and deception. We’re sitting on top of the world. Now she’s scrambling to save the company that she’s worked so hard for. And Lucy’s mind she’ll do whatever it takes.

Lucy turns on Sasha Nina Reeves

According to the latest General Hospital spoilers, Lucy turns on Sasha to save her self and Deception. To be honest, I’ve never seen Lucy as a bad guy, but now that Tracy sort of laid it all out there, I can see how Lucy’s selfish decisions have detrimental effects on others. And without a care in the world she coasts on by.

Recent GH spoilers and rumors indicate that Lucy approaches Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) regarding a sensitive issue. With all that’s going on with Sasha, Lucy worries that she’s yet another dark cloud hanging over her company. Ultimately, in her moments of desperation, Lucy turns on Sasha to save herself. She approaches Nina and says, “I’ve got to replace her as soon as possible.”

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