Anna Devane (Finola Hughes) is being targeted and terrorized by an unknown enemy. After months of searching for answers while living in fear, Anna is closer to closure than she realizes. As it turns out, Valentin made an alarming discovery with his good friend Nina Reeves’s (Cynthia Watros) help.
To their dismay, the security footage showed Charlotte Cassadine (Scarlett Fernandez) entering into Anna’s suite. Naturally, Valentin is beside himself after what Nina pulled up on the screen. And as the good friend Nina is, she continues to help Valentin by keeping Anna and even Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) from the truth. Or, the truth as Nina and Valentin see it.
Are Jake and Charlotte Under Victor’s Control?
According to the latest GH spoilers and rumors, Valentin could be dead wrong about his daughter. Just because they saw her enter the room, doesn’t mean that she did all those things to Anna and her belongings.
Moreover, fans have noticed that Charlotte and Jake Webber have been spending more and more time together. While it looks like Charlotte is jealous that Anna will take Papa’s love and affection, sharp-as-a-tac fans recall that Jake was kidnapped by Helena Cassadine and seemingly brainwashed. Then, the storyline fell off and never developed. It might be too obvious for Charlotte to be the culprit. Instead, recent GH rumors speculate that Jake may have something to do with it. Is it possible that the effects of Helena’s programming has come out in Jake?
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