The Young and the Restless spoilers (YR) for June 5-9 promise a week of scandalous secrets, heartbreaking goodbyes, and a lawsuit that destroys lives!
The End Of An Era
Chloe’s (Elizabeth Hendrickson) funeral brings Kevin (Greg Rikaart) and Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) unreal grief, but not before they go for each other’s throats.
Kevin doesn’t want her at the service but Chelsea’s not leaving. Chloe may have been Adam’s killer but she was also her best friend. It’s a bitter end that leaves everyone just that much more broken.
Call The Lawyer!
Juliet (Laur Allen) is coming after Brash & Sassy in full force and she doesn’t care who gets hurt. It’s time for her to get payback and dropping the sexual harassment lawsuit will just her exactly what she wants.
Victoria (Amelia Heinle) and Cane (Daniel Goodard will go down in flames and Juliet’s name will never be sullied again!
Who Has It Worse?
Sadly, Victoria bears the brunt of Cane’s discretion. She had no idea about the affair and now she’s facing going to court over his Tokyo playtime. Cane may risk losing his marriage, but Vicky’s at risk for losing her entire livelihood!
Don’t Mess With The Abbotts!
Meanwhile, Jack (Peter Bergman) and Ashley (Eileen Davidson) team up to get the dirt on Graham (Max Shippee).
There’s something not right about his relationship with Dina (Marla Adams) and they want to know his secret. If he’s using or abusing their mom, he’ll pay dearly for his actions!
Dina spends time bonding with her granddaughter. She and Abby (Melissa Ordway) have a lot in common, especially a taste for good-looking men.
Dina even encourages Abby to spread her wings and get back into the dating game instead of building even bigger walls around her.
Hilary Shows Her True Self
Just when Jordan (Darnell Kirkwood) thought he knew all there was about Hilary (Mishael Morgan), he sees a different side of her.
Her diva attitude throws him for a loop and could become a thorn in their already rocky relationship. He may not want to stay with…continue reading on the next page —>