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General Hospital Spoilers: Sasha’s Running Out Of Time, Cody and Sasha Run Into Trouble

Cody and Sasha face trouble
Cody and Sasha face trouble

One word, GLADYS. Cody and Sasha face trouble! Sasha Gilmore (Sofia Mattsson) has been kidnapped! Or at least that’s the story that Gladys Corbin (Bonnie Burroughs) is telling people. Gladys’s daughter-in-law is running out of time as Cody Bell (Josh Kelly) takes risk after risk to save her.

According to the latest GH previews, Gladys declares that Sasha has been kidnapped in another sad attempt to deflect. Her focal point of interest? Cody. Gladys will do and say anything to deflect from the fact that she is the one responsible for Sasha’s suffering.

Over at Ferncliff, Cody managed to pull off Sasha’s escape. Thanks to Cody, Dr. Montague (Darin Toonder) lies practically naked on the cold floor, bound and gagged as he so deserves. Meanwhile, Port Charles is in a frenzy as many who care for Sasha are also tied up with Sonny Corinthos’s (Maurice Benard) trial. Moreover, it’s lucky for Gladys that’s the case, otherwise she’s be done for. Because, if Sonny wasn’t occupied while he fights for his freedom, then he’d fight to save Sasha while finding ways to end Gladys!

GH previews indicate that Cody and Sasha face trouble while his rescue mission is underway. According to recent GH spoilers and rumors, Gladys doesn’t know when to quit and she still points her little finger right at Cody. As a result, Cody hits a major setback as he tries to get Sasha to safety.

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