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Update on General Hospital Spoilers Tuesday, September 5: Under Fire, Lies Told, and Truths Revealed

For Tuesday, September 5, General Hospital spoilers and updates tease truths being disclosed, lies being told, and someone coming under fire!

Austin Gatlin-Holt (Roger Howarth) told some lies, Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell) uncovers the truth, and Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) is under fire!

Spoilers for General Hospital: Lies Uncovered

Michael is told by his mother Carly Spencer (Laura Wright) that he needs to tell her the truth right away, and he is all too familiar with that expression and that tone of voice.

Carly believes that Michael carried out his two-year plan to assassinate Sonny and hand him over to the Feds.

Michael will persuade her that it wasn’t him because he was equally as astonished when Sonny was arrested by the FBI at Metro Court in front of his very eyes.

Even the person he was having dinner with, Kristina Corinthos-Davis (Kate Mansi), moved forward to try to stop it.

Dex Heller (Evan Hofer) and Josslyn Jacks (Eden McCoy) will arrive later to try to figure out how this happened, and Michael and Carly will brainstorm while they wait.

Spoilers for GH: Lies Told

Austin must have made up some major lies because Nikolas Cassadine (Adam Huss) is still alive and appears to be residing at Austin’s Pautauk home.

Austin is aware that Nikolas will eventually have to reveal who he is, assuming he remembers. When he asks Nikolas what he will do when that happens, Nikolas appears surprised.

With a severe head injury and being on life support, it makes sense that Nikolas could not yet fully understand who he is. It was far worse than Ned Quartermaine’s (Wally Kurth) severe brain injury.

Spoilers for General Hospital: Dex Heller questions Judith Jacks

Michael arrives at the Spencer home first, followed by Dex, and Josslyn. The previous evening, she had gone on a binge out of resentment that Dex couldn’t find time for her.

Prior to Dex telling her that someone else turned Sonny in and she was unaware of it, she was the main suspect in the case.

Together, the four of them will still be perplexed. Dex’s sole theory is that someone discovered his broken video that they never used, although even that happened months ago.

GH Spoilers: Surprising

The news of Sonny’s imprisonment comes as a complete surprise to Dante Falconeri (Dominic Zamprogna), who was most likely informed by Michael, Kristina, his mother, or perhaps Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros).

Along with Nina and Ned Quartermaine aka Eddie Maine (Wally Kurth), Olivia Quartermaine (Lisa LoCicero) saw the arrest.

Sam McCall (Kelly Monaco), whom Dante speaks with, is informed that his father might not survive. Dante might also believe that Michael finally carried out his plan to permanently eliminate Sonny.

Prison Protection Expired spoilers for General Hospital

The phony Pikeman intelligence Austin gave Cyrus Renault (Jeff Kober) was probably given to the prison warden, who then gave it to the FBI.

Earlier, his sermon in jail appeared to foretell Sonny’s future, and now he is playing with Drew Cain (Cameron Mathison).

He arrived at the men’s shower fully attired, where Drew is standing in a damp towel.

Although Drew is capable of self-defense, it’s not typically a good idea for a man to be in a prison without protection from perverts. He is informed by Cyrus that Sonny is no longer looking out for him.

Spoilers for GH: Under Fire

Sonny is now facing criticism since he was brought to an FBI interrogation facility rather than the PCPD.

The agents try to talk to him all night long, but he is unresponsive and silent. Sonny has been detained and interrogated numerous times, so he is aware that he should keep his mouth shut.

Finally, he says that he won’t speak until his lawyer is present.

Make sure to stay current with everything that GH is doing right now. For spoilers, news, and updates on General Hospital, check back frequently.

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