Pretty Little Liars Season 5 Finale Spoilers: Mona Is Alive, ‘A’s’ Identity Revealed

By DV Pre | 2 years ago

Fans of the “Pretty Little Liars” are glued to their seats waiting for the highly anticipated Season 5 finale. Spoilers of the thrilling episode have surfaced on Reddit, baffling the viewers to question if it is real or not. Keep on reading to find out spoilers for the season finale called, “Welcome to the Dollhouse.”

An unknown Reddit tipper named “Daisy” has been revealing spoilers and answering questions before it airs its final episode. Lately, “Daisy” has also revealed some supposed finale spoilers which fans are left talking about.


The most shocking of all spoilers by suspected leaker is the revelations of Mona being alive in the “Pretty Little Liars” season 5’s finale. Who could have guessed that turn of events? “Daisy” said Mona has been kept in a life-sized dollhouse by “A.” To make matters worse, the bully has full control of her actions and “A” can fully control her actions even when they’re apart.

In the season 5 finale, “A” will also abduct Aria, Spencer, Hanna, Emily and Alison and lock them in his/her lair.

One of the most controversial spoiler is that “Daisy” claims that “A’s” real identity will not be revealed in the season finale, contrary to earlier reports.

“It’s just another one of those moments where one of the liars is face to face with A and doesn’t pull the mask off.”

Before the fans of “Pretty Little Liars”get disappointed, the Redditor has revealed that “A” is most likely a man, named Charles. “Daisy” said that the Liars will end up in “A’s” life sized dollhouse where there “alphabet blocks arranged in an anagram for Charles.” This is how Spencer deduced A’s true identity. Of course, Charles could just be another pseudonym or or one of “A’s” future victims.

Do you think A’s identity will finally be revealed in “Pretty Little Liars” season 5? Sound off in the comments below.

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