General Hospital Spoilers: Maxie’s New Nurse Knows Too Much Already

Peter August (Wes Ramsey) has struck again! The woman found as a potential nurse for Maxie Jones (Kirsten Storms) has fallen victim of Peter. Instead of landing the job and getting paid, she has paid with her life.

General Hospital spoilers reveal Peter has murdered the woman whom Maxie found to interview as her potential nurse, to look after her during the remainder of her pregnancy and beyond. Peter insisted on having someone there to “help,” therefore a nurse for Maxie was a must. This demand from Peter should have raised a big red flag in front of Maxie’s face.

General Hospital previews show Maxie greeting the woman she believes is Nurse Jennings. The real Nurse Jennings never made it to Maxie’s apartment after being deceived and then murdered by Peter.

General Hospital spoilers reveal Peter has hired his own version of Nurse Jennings, posing as the woman Maxie thinks she found. Maxie seems pleased to meet her potential nurse when she greets her at the door, but soon after, she questions “Nurse Jennings” as to why she already knows that Maxie is having a baby girl. That is information Maxie hasn’t disclosed as of yet; leaving her curious about how the nurse would have known. The new nurse is already giving hints away that should clue Maxie in on what’s really going on. It’s obvious she’s working for Peter, but will it be that obvious to Maxie?

General Hospital rumors suggest Peter’s plan to keep watch and invade Maxie’s privacy will be done through the woman he has hired to keep tabs on her. If Maxie agrees to hire Jennings as her nurse, the plan to give her baby to Brook Lynn Quartermaine (Amanda Setton) to deceive Peter (and Valentin Cassadine (James Patrick Stuart too) will be exposed! Maxie better smell a eat when interviewing Nurse Jennings!

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