With Connor Newman off at camp on The Young and the Restless, Chelsea Lawson is looking for another child to worship her. Hey, how about Johnny Abbott? He’s Chelsea’s biological child, though he calls Victoria Newman Mommy.
Young and the Restless Polling
Wouldn’t now be a great time to blow up the kid’s life so that Chelsea can get some validation? Victoria isn’t thrilled. Neither is Billy Abbott. But might Adam Newman be Chelsea’s secret weapon?
Y&R: Bad Boy
Adam (Mark Grossman) is furious that Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) and Victoria (Amelia Heinle) jerked him around when it came to the CEO position of Newman Enterprises. He’d love to get back at her for that, and since he can’t do it professionally at the moment, why not personally? Adam once sued Nicholas Newman (Joshua Morrow) for custody of Christian Newman, even though everyone knew it wouldn’t be in the boy’s best interests. He’d probably be even more eager to help Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) do the same to Johnny, 49% predict.
Young and the Restless: Never Again
Now that Adam knows how toxic Chelsea is, he won’t ever get caught up in her crazy again, 35% are hoping. This isn’t his fight, and Chelsea is definitely not his problem anymore. Sure, Johnny is Adam’s son, Connor Newman’s (Judah Mackey) brother, and he’s Adam’s nephew, but this situation is still not even a little bit of his business.
Adam has been so unpredictable lately, 16% of you sigh, we have no idea which way he’ll swing. He did what he believes is best for Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope), but he did it in a manner that caused her the most pain possible. He’s furious with Victoria, but he did try to warn her about Ashland Locke (Robert Newman). And we know his feelings for Victor are perenially mixed. So will he support Chelsea – or punish Victoria? We’ll need to wait and see!
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