Things have been looking pretty grim for Maxie and the chance to be able to see her daughter who is almost a year old. At her last custody hearing, Judge Walters denied Maxie the right for visitation because she “lied” to him. SHe was supposed to follow his ridiculous order to stay away from Nathan West. Judge Walters claims that Nathan is a bad influence since he was willing to lie under oath to protect Maxie. The fans think that the Judge has ulterior reasoning. There has got to be something more behind this unrealistic request and ruling for Maxie. What could Judge Walters possibly have against Maxie? Could it be an old vendetta against her parents, or maybe an association with Nathan or his family? At this point, it is still unknown if there is a hidden reason that Judge Walters is abusing his powers when it comes to Maxie’s custody case.
General Hospital rumors indicate a few things regarding this story. One, we know that Nathan has promised Maxie that he will get her to see her daughter. As he was second guessing himself and thinking that maybe he should have made a promise he shouldn’t keep, perhaps he will pull through and do just as he promised. General Hospital spoilers reveal that Spinelli will be in Port Charles for the holidays. GH rumors suggest that Nathan pulls some strings and Spinelli and baby Georgie will be paying Maxie a visit for Christmas!
What do you think? Will Nathan pull it off? Will Maxie get to be with her daughter for Christmas?
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