General Hospital Spoilers: Nikolas Checkmates Ava, Hiding His Wife Hayden Barnes

Nikolas Cassadine (Marcus Coloma) isn’t about to let Ava Jerome (Maura West) run away with his family’s fortune. Nik and Ava are united legally, without love, under a ridiculous pre-nuptial agreement which states if either of them cheat on the other while remaining celibate with one another, that purpose will lose the right to the Cassadine fortune- with some tiny ins and outs about Spencer getting something no matter what).

Hayden Barnes (Rebecca Budig) went missing shortly after Nikolas’ return to Port Charles. She was ran out of town and General Hospital rumors claim Nikolas knows exactly where Hayden is and he is actually the one keeping her in hiding. Hayden left behind her ex, and father of her daughter, Hamilton Finn (Michael Easton), along with leaving her daughter, Violet (Jophielle Love) with her dad and his fiance, Anna Devane (Finola Hughes).

General Hospital spoilers reveal Hayden Barnes is very much alive and eager to come back to Port Charles to see her daughter. General Hospital rumors hint Nikolas is waiting for just the right time to produce Hayden, revealing he is still legally married to Hayden, therefore his marriage to Ava Jerome is meaningless in the eyes of the law.

If General Hospital rumors regarding

Nik and Hayden’s marital status is true, Ava will stand no chance in getting her hands on the Cassadine fortune, checkmate for Nik!

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