Not even the weight of immense amounts of guilt can make Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) come clean. That woman has stood by and watched as her actions caused a Domino affect of destruction across Port Charles.
General Hospital Recaps: Because of Nina, lives are turned upside down and everyone is at risk. Sonny’s fiancé started this mess with her little SEC tip-off. Evidently, revenge on Carly is more important than anything. And I mean anything (in Nina’s mind). So, she marched right over to her lawyer, Martin Gray (Michael E. Knight) and told him to put in a call to the SEC. Then, things got messy once the authorities caught wind of Carly and Drew’s white collar crimes. As a result, Nina’s impulsive behavior opened the floodgates for every risk that Sonny could possibly face- including getting busted by the FBI.
Is Drew Cain Going to Die?
Fast forward, and now Drew Cain (Cameron Mathison) fights for his life. Thanks to Nina, he’s been stuck in Pentonville, but that’s not the worst of it. Recently, Drew was admitted into General Hospital after being badly beaten in Pentonville. According to General Hospital spoilers, Drew’s life hangs in the balance.
If Drew dies and Nina lies, well, continues to lie, about all she’s done, then she goes on to live her best life while the ones around her fall apart. In her mind, lying is the only option because it’s like that snowball effect. Once you tell a lie, more and more pile on to cover up for the original. I don’t know about y’all but that sounds exhausting to me!
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