Nelle Hayes (Chloe Lanier) came into Port Charles after responding to an ad posted on the Crimson website, by Nina Reeves. Carly had asked Nina to try and reach out, in hopes of finding the person who is responsible for saving her daughter Josslyn’s life.
Shy, quiet, and almost mousy, Nelle seemed reluctant to be part of the Corinthos clan, even after finding out she is indeed the person who gave Joss a kidney. Nelle kept everyone at arms length, or so it seemed. She repeatedly make it clear that she didn’t want money from Carly and Sonny, or Jax. She didn’t even want to accept Carly’s job offer. All of this behavior just made it more obvious to the audience- that Nelle is up to no good!
General Hospital spoilers indicate that Nelle Hayes as a dark secret and her intentions are less than pure. On today’s episode of General Hospital, she revealed another side we haven’t seen before. Nelle was standing with Carly, Sonny, and Kiki, as they all speculated and worried about Morgan’s whereabouts. After Carly and Sonny left, Nelle told Kiki she saw Morgan an hour prior, at The Floating Rib. It definitely seems like Nelle has an agenda, especially after seeing her mutter under her breath, calling Kiki, “Princess,” and saying it’s harder for Morgan.
What does Nelle want with Carly and her family? How will Nelle behave once everyone knows what has happened to Morgan?
Let us know what you think! Is Nelle hiding something? Does she had an ulterior motive to get close to the Corinthos family?
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