‘Young and the Restless’ Spoilers: Will Phyllis Spill About Victoria and Cane?

Young and the Restless spoilers reveal Phyllis Abbott (Gina Tognoni) finds out that Victoria Newman (Amelia Heinle) and Cane Ashby (Daniel Goddard) kissed. Because Billy Abbott (Jason Thompson) tells her. He swore Phyllis to secrecy, as he doesn’t want anyone else to know. However, will she keep this secret, or will she spill for revenge?

Young and the Restless Spoilers: Billy Told Phyllis Abbott Everything

Previously on Young and the Restless, Billy spilled all to his ex-girlfriend. In a surprise move, the two finally managed to have a conversation where they weren’t completely insulting each other the whole time. She wanted to know why Billy took the Jabot jet without permission and she wouldn’t let him leave until she knew the full story.

So, Billy Abbott felt like he had to confess. So, he told Phyllis Abbott all about how he walked in on Victoria and Cane kissing. He originally blamed her for this, as Victoria Newman kissed Cane Ashby right after she told her she was Billy’s second choice. He then explained because he was so upset after learning they kissed more than once, that he took the Jabot jet to tell Lily Winters (Christel Khalil).

Of course, Billy did ask Phyllis to not say anything about Victoria Newman and Cane Ashby, as he doesn’t want anyone else (especially not their kids) finding out. She said she wouldn’t say anything. However, this is Phyllis Abbott we’re talking about. Young and the Restless spoilers show if she needs to protect herself or get back at the Newmans – she’ll do what she wants.

Phyllis Abbott and Nikki Newman Argue

Right before Phyllis saw Billy, she had it out with Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott). Nikki is sick and tired of Phyllis and finally realized she could be playing everyone. In this argument, Phyllis admitted that she never got rid of the poker stick that Nikki used to kill JT Hellstrom (Thad Luckinbill).

This is the same poker stick that ended up Nikki’s house on Y&R. Phyllis swears that she didn’t plant it. She says she doesn’t know who has been stalking them. But she did admit she held onto the poker as insurance. She doesn’t trust the Newmans, especially Victor Newman (Eric Braeden), and needs to protect herself. However, this mindset may get her in more trouble than she thinks.

Young and the Restless: Phyllis Abbott In Protection Mode

Phyllis always goes into self-protection mode on Y&R. As she told Nikki, she needs to protect herself because she believes that no one else will. She thinks that as soon as the Newmans can, they’ll pin JT’s murder on her.

Before she met with Nikki, she even talked to Sharon Newman (Sharon Case) and tried to convince her to team up against the Newmans. But Sharon doesn’t trust Phyllis at all. After all, Nick Newman (Joshua Morrow) did cheat on Sharon with Phyllis. It ended their relationship on Young and the Restless.

Now that Phyllis is scrambling to protect herself and feels like the Newmans are closing in on her, she may act out again. With the new information she has on Victoria Newman, she could use this to make sure the murder’s not pinned on her.

Y&R Spoilers: Will Phyllis Spill About Cane Ashby & Victoria Newman?

With Phyllis and Victoria Newman, it’s safe to say their friendship is icy at best on Young and the Restless. It’s also true that Phyllis doesn’t have the greatest track record when it comes to keeping Victoria’s secrets.

The last time she spilled dirt on Vikki, she told everyone that JT was abusing Victoria. She says that she only did this because she didn’t want Nikki to spill about the whole murder.

Now she knows all about Cane Ashby and Victoria canoodling. So, she might spill this to get her way. Information is everything. Now, thanks to Billy, Phyllis Abbott may have something to use against the Newmans to protect herself.

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Julia Mehalko

I grew up watching soap opera after soap opera with my mother -- and the habit has yet to disappear. Now, in between my daily daytime drama addiction, I also get to write about it.