General Hospital Spoilers: Sonny Unleashes On Nina About Charlotte, Foreshadow Of What’s To Come?


Spoilers for General Hospital suggest that there may be more Port Charles storylines to come. Cynthia Watros’s character, Nina Reeves, is now concealing a lot from her new husband, Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard). In addition to covering up Charlotte Cassadine’s (Scarlett Fernandez) contempt for Anna Devane (Finola Hughes) for Valentin Cassadine (James Patrick Stuart), she also told a huge lie about reporting Carly Spencer (Laura Wright) and Drew Cain (Cameron Mathison) to the SEC.

Looks like one will likely be revealed before the other, and Sonny’s reaction could foreshadow just how angry he gets when he feels betrayed.

The Truth About Charlotte Cassadine Will Come Out

GH spoilers suggest that Charlotte’s stalking of Anna will likely come out very soon. Along with the young girl’s secret, Nina will be exposed for her role in covering things up.

After all, she did delete that Metro Court video footage, which offered the evidence needed to link Charlotte to the ransack of Anna’s hotel room.

Anna has become quite close with Sonny. When Valentin spills to her, she’ll turn to the mob boss for support and to “vent”, which is when everything will come out.


Sonny Corinthos Will Rage

GH teasers for Friday, November 17th suggest that Sonny will press Nina for clarification. He will probably be very angry with her for keeping him in the dark about what Charlotte had done. After all, he could have been able to assist, and there’s no way he would have rushed to the police about it.

Since Charlotte is Sonny’s granddaughter and he was close to Luke Spencer (Tony Geary), the gangster feels a strong emotional connection to the small child and would have done anything to keep her safe.

Sonny will be furious with Nina, but she can counter that he has secrets of this kind from her, such as “guarding” Ava Jerome (Maura West). Moreover, telling him about Charlotte wasn’t Valentin’s “secret” to share; rather, it was Sonny’s.

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