Charlotte Cassadine (Scarlett Fernandez) is stirring things up around Port Charles. It’s one thing to worry about mob bosses, text message and hook killers, but it’s another to have to fear a child. Fifteen year old Charlotte looks innocent as children tend to be, but that’s not entirely that case with this one. After all, she is a Cassadine. Darkness runs through Did you expect anything else?
General Hospital spoilers and rumors tease that Victor Cassadine’s (Charles Shaughnessy) revenge plan against Anna Devane (Finola Hughes) results in the unexpected. Charlotte’s concern for her father is genuine, however it’s coming from a dark place. The only reason she’s after Anna is because of Victor and his tarot cards.
Nina Cheats On Sonny With Valentin! Or So It Seems…
It seemed like the perfect plan. Victor uses his granddaughter to hunt down Anna- all in the name of protecting her Papa. But Victor didn’t account for things such as free will and human interaction. Now, GH rumors claim that Victor’s plan seems to work as he and Anna drift further apart. However, things start to divert from his plan as the situation pushes Valentin closer to Nina. And the closer they get, the more Sonny Corinthos gets angry.
GH spoilers and rumors hint that Nina cheats on Sonny with Valentin- or at least that’s what it looks like. Ultimately, Sonny picks up on Nina and Valentin. Will he jump to conclusions or have a viable reason to put a target on Valentin’s back?
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