What happens to Trina Robinson (Tabyana Ali)? That’s the question General Hospital fans are dying to know.
Recent General Hospital spoilers have speculated that Trina is about to be in a world of danger by someone she trusts and who no one expects.
General Hospital previews and spoilers indicate that what’s happens to Trina next will top everything she’s already been through because this time, her life will be on the line. Being framed by Esme Prince (Avery Kristen Pohl) will seem like child’s play after what she’s about to face.
General Hospital rumors claim that Rory Cabrera (Michael Blake Kruse) is working together with Assistant District Attorney Arden (Jennifer Field) in the hook killer crimes against the people of Port Charles. Trina’s mom Portia Robinson (Brook Kerr) has connected the dots, making the connection between the victims. She came to the realization that all except Brando Corbin (Johnny Wactor) helped Trina go free.
Rory was right by Trina’s side, supporting her from the very beginning. He vouched got her innocence before even knowing her. This is now seen as a major red flag. General Hospital spoilers and rumors hint that Rory’s blind support for Trina was a way to manipulate her and those around to get her close.
GH rumors hint that Rory and Trina’s trip out of PC will end in bloodshed. What happens to Trina is anyone’s worst nightmare as she puts her trust in the wrong man. Rookie Rory may be an amateur officer of the law but he’s a master manipulator. How did Trina fall for such fake?
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