General Hospital (GH) spoilers tease that Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) may face a Wiley Quartermaine-Corinthos (Viron Weaver) restraining order if Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell) decides to lay down the law with Grandma! Michael was furious when the case against Nina was thrown out, but he assured Willow Tait (Katelyn MacMullen) that Nina wouldn’t get away with her crimes.
We should remember there’s only so much Michael can do when it comes to making Nina pay.
Michael may be a bit edgier these days, but he’s not going to hire a hit and dump Nina’s body in the Pine Barrens! He has to think of a legal way to hurt Nina and make her suffer for what she’s done.
That brings us back to the inadvertent encounter Nina had with Wiley in November.
Carly Corinthos (Laura Wright) angrily stumbled upon the scene and threatened to call the cops on Nina for harassment.
Carly wondered if it’d take a restraining order to keep Nina away from Wiley, so that might be what Michael has in mind soon enough.
Nina is already essentially banned from seeing her grandson, at least when it comes to anything beyond an accidental meeting in town.
However, Michael might want to lock in something more official – mostly to prove a point to Nina.
During the week of January 3-7, Willow and Michael will face some conflict. There’ll be some issue that they don’t agree on, so Michael and Willow will end up fighting about it.
That could easily involve Michael’s plan for a restraining order.
Willow might object to Michael using their son as part of his vengeful tactic and argue that there’s really no need to go that far.
Nina is staying away from Wiley and not pushing for visitation – as evidenced by the fact that she merely dropped off Wiley’s Christmas gift at the front gate.
Of course, Michael acted like Nina sent Wiley a bomb or something! The poor kid can’t even get a toy for the holidays without Michael pitching a fit like he’s a child himself.
Michael’s anger is justified, but Nina isn’t a threat to Wiley. That may be something Willow urges Michael to understand, but he’ll be determined to stick it to Nina somehow.
Michael basically got the DA to invent a crime to charge Nina with.
What Nina did obviously didn’t meet the legal definition of fraud, which is why the judge dismissed all the charges against her.
Even so, it shows that Michael can pull legal strings on things that aren’t really warranted. It wouldn’t be hard for Michael to slap Nina with a restraining order at all.
General Hospital spoilers for the week of January 10-14 say Nina will get an unexpected visitor, so she might be served at work and realize Michael’s revenge is far from over.
It sounds like Michael’s next vengeful move will cause major problems with Willow, so stay tuned to see if he’ll also pay a price for his actions.
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