The Young and the Restless spoilers reveal Nikki FINALLY, FINALLY, FINALLY confessing to killing JT, but she wasn’t about to throw anyone under the bus. She also clearly thought this out ahead of time, but missed a few steps in her head.
I Killed JT!
Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) fully admits to killing JT. She confirm the date and the murder weapon but the rest of it is just another pile of lies!
The Lies Begin!
Instead of spilling the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, expect Nikki to take a totally different approach. She spins her very own story of woe. It’s be an epic story of abuse, self-defense, parental instinct, and sadly, tragedy. But, it sure ain’t the real story.
Nikki’s new web of lies is a doozy. Yes, she had a girl’s night at Victoria’s (Amelia Heinle) (truth), JT broke in (truth), she found him attacking Victoria (truth)… and then… JT climbed out the window. (Alrighty, then.)
She claim she pulled him off her daughter, had a tussle, and ran him off by threatening him with the fire poker. She then chased him out of the house and followed him to Chancellor Park where they had a terrible and deadly confrontation.
In her sordid story, she told JT to back off her family but he then threatened to kill them one by one… starting with her. She was forced to defend herself and hit him with the poker as hard as she could.
When she realized he was dead it was already too late so she buried him in the park’s garden.
Sounds good, right? Well, not so much. There are so many holes in her story, it’s like the Swiss cheese is now invisible. It’s not looking good when Rey (Jordi Vilasuso) calls in Vicky. Their stories just don’t match which means one, or both, are lying liars.
What Nikki did right was come forward and stop Victor from going to trial. But, her own tall tale threatens to make things much, much worse.
The Young and the Restless (YR) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.