It’s hard to think that anyone has had more heartbreak on soaps trying to become a mother than Nicole on Days of Our Lives.
That is why it was so incredible of Chloe, Nicole’s best friend, to go to the lengths she did to help Nicole have a baby of her own with her beloved Daniel (Shawn Christian). She didn’t fess up about it to Nicole right away because she feared what would happen if the procedure didn’t work.
Even when it did, and Chloe eventually figured out that she was pregnant with Nicole’s baby and not her own by Deimos, Chloe remained mum – mostly because she feared Nicole’s closeness with a man she feels is too dangerous.
Eventually, Nicole was the one to help Chloe bring little Holly into the world. Chloe was ready to tell her all but then she decided that Nicole wasn’t capable of providing a safe home for little Holly. She did, thanks to Brady (Eric Martsolf), confess the truth then sued for custody and on Monday everyone will learn that Chloe has won.
Soap Hub asked if you think it’s fair for Nicole (Arianne Zucker) to lose custody of Holly.
Cruel, Unusual Punishment
After over 11,000 votes were tallied, a whopping 98% think that while Nicole may not be perfect, Holly is her baby, and therefore it’s completely unfair that Chloe (Nadia Bjorlin) has been awarded custody.
You don’t understand how the law could do this (or the DAYS writers!) to Nicole when she hasn’t done anything but love her own child. How can they think she’s a danger to her?
Only 2% believe that Nicole is in a dangerous situation and that Chloe was the safest choice to raise the baby.
You don’t understand how Nicole could still be siding with Deimos after all the horrors he’s pulled, including having her friend Dario (Jordi Vilasuso) beaten within an inch of his life. If Nicole wouldn’t walk away, what other choice did Chloe or the judge have?
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