Published On: Tue, Sep 13th, 2016

'General Hospital' Spoilers: Actress Teresa Castillo Confirms Sabrina's Death? Paul Planning to Kill Monica Next?

Actress Teresa Castillo opens up about her role in General Hospital. Meanwhile, the killer is going to take his next victim soon.

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According to Celebrity Dirty Laundry, actress Teresa Castillo hints that her character Sabrina is leaving the show. Castillo originally had the caption “Give. Love. Currently playing Sabrina Santiago on ABC’s General Hospital,” on her Twitter. However, she recently changed it to just “Give. Love.”


Then again, production might have told Teresa Castillo to change her Twitter caption to play with their fans. The showrunners have left spoilers and hints that it sometimes turn out differently in the end. Fans will have to wait for any further news about the actress and her role.

Similarly, another Celebrity Dirty Laundry report notes that Paul is not finished with murdering people yet. Spoilers suggest that he is keeping a close eye on Monica (Leslie Charleson) but may also turn to Sabrina instead.

In line with this, there is a chance that Sabrina might become the serial killer’s next victim. Spoilers hint that Liz (Rebecca Herbst) will send Sabrina on an errand when she returns as a nurse. She might see Paul trying to assault Monica and decide to step in. Thus, there is a high possibility that she will die in the process.

Alternatively, Carlos (Jeffrey Vincent Parise) has played a big part in Sabrina’s life. For this reason, he might have told her about Paul’s secret. The killer might decide to kill Sabrina to keep her from turning him in to the police.

Furthermore, the upcoming victim is going to be someone who has no direct relation to Paul. It might seem as though fans will not be able to watch her walk down the aisle. This only leaves the question as to what Michael (Chad Duell) will do if his fiancee were to die.

Fans will have to tune in General Hospital on ABC to find out more.

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