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General Hospital spoilers: Josslyn tries to defend Carly, Franco goes rogue, Ava speaks up in court

Josslyn on General Hospital
General Hospital spoilers: A defensive Josslyn must testify in her mother’s court case

General Hospital spoilers for the Thursday June 7, 2018 episode of ABC’s sudser reveal that tons of tension wafts through the Port Charles air as people are put on the spot and aren’t sure how to respond.

When District Attorney Margaux Dawson (Elizabeth Hendrickson) and lawyer Diane Miller (Carolyn Hennesy) question Josslyn, she’s caught between a rock and hard place. She’s trying to support Carly (Laura Wright) in her quest for freedom, but clearly has a conscience and doesn’t want to lie.

Thursday the young woman takes a defensive stand in the hopes of playing it safe. She has no idea that her kidney loaner, Nelle (Chloe Lanier), is tricking her mom into insanity. Carly needs some allies, but Jason (Steve Burton) is the only one who believes her.

Let’s hope that when put on the spot, Josslyn can speak her mind and at the same time not say something that could jeopardize her loved ones futures.

Meanwhile, Ava (Maura West) also has to speak up in the courtroom. Of course she’s a lot more unscrupulous than young and innocent Josslyn. If called upon to recall a certain scene, will she side with Nelle or Carly?

So far the gangstress has chosen to throw in with Nelle, which is not a bad idea since the pregnant vixen is blackmailing her. But there’s no honor among thieves, so Ava’s response to what she saw may surprise you!

On a happier note, sweet Lulu (Emme Rylan) does the right thing and gives her word which is always golden.

Elsewhere impulsive and mostly rehabilitated Franco (Roger Howarth) takes the bull by the horns and charges forth. What could go wrong, right?

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General Hospital airs on weekdays on ABC.

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