The Young and the Restless fans can expect the July 18 week to be packed with more drama and emotions. Based on several The Young and the Restless spoilers online, here are some of the events to expect in the upcoming episodes.
This week will see Chelsea trying to clear her husband’s name after Adam is sentenced to 30 years of imprisonment. Meanwhile, Victor will stay put in his efforts to secure his freedom.
Victor has the support of Victoria, Summer and Abby and Nick will also side himself with the Moustache. Nikki will also stay by her husband through it all and wants him to know that she can do anything to help him get back home.
Chelsea is angry because Adam is behind the bars because of Victor and won’t rest until she brings her husband back home. The Young and the Restless spoilers revealed that Chelsea will pay Victor a visit and will try to get the location of the journal entries from Victor by shoving a scalpel at him. But she will be interrupted by Paul before Victor could divulge any information, the Celebrity Dirty Laundry reported.
But this will not be the end of it, as Chelsea is determined that she won’t let Adam suffer and Victor to get away by framing his own son.
Recently Victor revealed that Adam could be the only one to help him win the appeal, but securing his support at this point won’t be easy. Moreover, the words of a man convicted of murder may not do much to help him, the Celebrity Dirty Laundry reported.
Chelsea won’t stop until she makes sure that justice is served to Adam and that’s not a good news for Victor. Fans have been missing this side of Chelsea for a long time, as she had turned a bit docile of late. Chelsea is expected to swing around her next plan when Victor heads to court.
In the meantime, Hillary wants someone out of her life. But her present condition will keep her from getting things her own way. Sharon won’t be receiving any support from Mariah and is thus left on her own to figure out how she can lie about Sully and save her skin, according to a report by the Soap Hub.