Nina pushes Willow to confess! No matter where you turn Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) seems to be right around the corner. She’s making a reputation for herself as a result of sticking her nose where it doesn’t belong. General Hospital spoilers reveal Nina’s incessant meddling has heart-rending consequences.
General Hospital spoilers reveal Willow Tait (Katelyn MacMullen) will soon enter the worst stage of her diagnosis thus far. Dr. Britt Westbourne is concerned Willow’s swollen lymph nodes may indicate and enlarged spleen. Worried and confused, Willow looked to Dr. TJ Ashford (Tajh Bellow) for answers.
Nina Reeves has recently been overly interested in Willow’s life. She has been making snide comments
about Willow’s personal life. The fact that she’s working with all that “Quartermaine money,” seems to get Nina’s goat. More importantly, Nina’s accusations which claim TJ and Willow have something going on behind Michael Corinthos’s (Chad Duell) and Molly Davis’s (Haley Pullos) backs. TJ already tried putting Nina in her place while attending Brando Corbin’s (Johnny Wactor) funeral. However, his attempt fell on deaf ears as Nina didn’t want to listen.
General Hospital spoilers reveal Nina’s meddling ways become the gateway for a major truth bomb. She can’t put down the idea that Willow and TJ are sneaking around. GH rumors suggest Willow falls vulnerable to Nina’s meddling and accusations. Ultimately, her relentless badgering leads facing a painful reality. Nina pushes Willow to confess her leukemia diagnosis.
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