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General Hospital Spoilers: Nikolas Frames Ava For Austin’s Murder

Nikolas Frames Ava For Austin’s Murder
Nikolas Frames Ava For Austin’s Murder

I don’t know how you all feel, but I love Joe Sonny is looking out for Ava. The thing is that she isn’t the one who killed Austin but it sure looks that way, doesn’t it? What if that’s exactly what someone has planned for Ava Jerome (Maura West)?

General Hospital recaps highlight the emphases that was made on Ava and Austin’s relationship. Sonny pointed out the not-so-obvious to Ava how an outsider could believe that she is the one who murdered Dr. Austin Gatlin Holt (Roger Howarth). Might they think, a lover’s quarrel? It’s quite possible that no matter how look at it, Ava looks guilty as sin.

General Hospital spoilers and rumors tease that Ava has to do some quick thinking to save her own behind. Not too long ago she had to scramble to find a way to cover up what she thought was a homicide. As it turns out, she didn’t kill Nikolas Cassadine at all. In fact, he’s very much alive.

According to the latest GH spoilers and rumors, Nikolas isn’t just alive, he’s out for revenge. From the looks of things, Ava as a motive for murder. Nikolas frames Ava for Austin’s murder as the perfect payback. For one, Nikolas knows that Ava thinks that she killed him. And for two, it’s possible that Nikolas knows all about Ava’s bedroom rendezvous with Austin Holt.

Will Nik’s anger and jealousy send Ava straight to Pentonville?

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