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General Hospital Spoilers: Charlotte Shows A Starling Side, Will She Take After Her Supposed Grandmother?

Which is more evil, Cassadine blood or a woman married into the miserable family? The latest General Hospital spoilers had revealed Valentine Cassadine (James Patrick Stuart) is not a Cassadine after all. According to Nikolas Cassadine (Marcus Coloma), Valentine is merely the son of Helena (Constance Towers) out of wedlock and is actually not of Cassadine blood.

Lately General Hospital rumors have been flying, making claims that Valentine is not Charlotte’s (Scarlett Fernandez) father. However, lately that couldn’t seem further from the truth. Earlier this week GH views saw a different side of little Charlotte. She was cutting up a picture of Sasha Gilmore (Sofia Mattsson), the young woman left to blame for ultimately breaking up Charlotte’s Papa and Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros). Charlotte’s mom Lulu Spencer (Emme Rylan) walked in and asked what she was doing. Charlotte was quick to blame Nina for the mess without batting an eye.

General Hospital spoilers have been making claims that this new behavior for Charlotte is a way of letting the GH viewers know if Charlotte takes after her Grandmother, Helena or if she is behaving like a true Cassadine. Some may say Charlotte’s behavior was on the brink of evil, maybe not quite evil, but most definitely calculated. Will Nikolas’ claims about Valentine be true? Perhaps he and Charlotte are not Cassadine blood after all?

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