Sasha hallucinates Cyrus, is it a premonition? It’s public knowledge that Sasha has a history with drug abuse and mental health issues. As the Face of Deception, Sasha’s personal struggles were made public in a series of catastrophic and mortifying displays. Sadly, she hasn’t regained credibility in the business world and otherwise.
Despite Sasha’s progress on her healing journey, GH spoilers reveal that the grieving widow and mother faces the worst yet. Thanks to Gladys Corbin (Bonnie Burroughs) Sasha loses control. Unbeknownst to Sasha and others, this downfall isn’t self inflicted. In fact, Sasha’s rock bottom results from one of the most despicable crimes against another human. Sadly, after all of her hard work and healing, Gladys had thrown it all away.
Sasha Hallucinates Cyrus
According to the latest General Hospital spoilers and previews, Sasha’s hallucination is a glimpse into the future. GH recaps recall that Sasha saw Cody Bell (Josh Kelly) as Cyrus Renault (Jeff Kober) when she attacked him. Although the meds she’s taken caused her hallucination, GH rumors tease that the Cyrus visual is an inadvertent premonition of what’s to come.
Sasha can’t understand why and how she’d crumble after staying so strong. And the face she saw in as the man who perpetuated her addiction. Because of Cyrus, Sasha’s addiction grew. He had Sasha right where he wanted her. Is Cyrus back for more?
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