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‘General Hospital’ Spoilers: Michael and Nelle are Twins, Claudette’s Paternity Test Results Revealed

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Shocking revelations of a familial nature are present in Port Charles as the spoilers for the latest episode of General Hospital reveal Nelle’s true relation with Michael. Claudette’s paternity test results are also revealed.

As the spoilers on Celebrity Dirty Laundry suggest, Nelle has always had a connection to Port Charles one way or another. Having originally arrived to town as the kidney donor for Josslyn, she has become family to the Corinthos’. Nelle has also liked Michael Corinthos for a while and has always been trying to get him to notice her.

But the shocking reveal is that she may actually be Michael’s twin sister and Carly’s long lost daughter. Given how Carly feels a deep connection to her and even treats her like a daughter without knowing that she really is hers. It is not the first time that an almost incestuous relationship happened, however. Nathan West and Britt Westbourne had previously gone down that road.

The results are in with Claudette’s paternity test in another set of General Hospital spoilers by Celebrity Dirty Laundry. Whether Nathan is the father of Claudette’s supposed daughter or not remains to be unknown, but the result will be a surprising one. It is known that Claudette was sleeping around with both Nathan and Griffin at the same time, but she claims she was “careful” when she slept with Griffin.

Maxie has always thought this baby news was a little shady, and it seems that her hunch was right. It becomes clear that Claudette is not telling the truth and is trying to protect herself. Griffin finds out that Claudette claims to have had a child when they were together but assumes that Nathan is the father. He goes after her to ask for the truth, but will she really tell him?

Meanwhile, the baby issues lead Maxie and Nathan to grow closer and Michael is still mourning over Sabrina’s death.

General Hospital airs Mondays to Fridays on ABC.

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