Young and the Restless spoilers for Wednesday, March 13, 2019, tease that Nick Newman (Joshua Morrow) will have a chat with Summer Newman (Hunter King) before they leave for the courthouse. Nick will confront her about her engagement to Kyle Abbott (Michael Mealor), saying that Kyle is not ready for marriage since he’s been between Lola Rosales (Sasha Calle) and Summer. But Summer will call out Nick on his hypocrisy and will tell him that nothing will stop her from marrying Kyle tomorrow.
At the courtroom, Billy Abbott (Jason Thompson) will worry about what he’ll tell the kids if Victoria Newman (Amelia Heinle) goes to prison. He will freak when Phyllis Summers (Gina Tognoni) arrives to support the defendants. Tessa Porter (Cait Fairbanks) will arrive to meet Mariah Copeland (Camryn Grimes), and Nick and Summer will arrive.
Privately, Michael Baldwin (Christian LeBlanc) and Brittany Hodges (Lauren Woodland) will wish each other luck. Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott), Victoria, and Sharon Newman (Sharon Case) will arrive, and the judge will ask the defendants to rise. All three women will be found guilty of all charges, with sentencing to occur in two hours. The women will then be escorted to the holding room.
Everyone else will be left in the courtroom, and Abby Newman (Melissa Ordway) will remark that Summer is being selfish for getting married the next day, but Summer will think it’s best to focus on a happy occasion. Abby will decide to talk to Kyle herself.
Young And The Restless Spoilers – Billy And Nick Will Try To Find JT
Billy will attack Michael about his failed strategy, but Nick will defend Michael, saying that they don’t need to argue but need a plan. Nick says that there’s a major piece of the puzzle missing…the person who burned down the stables and bugged the ranch, and he’ll suggest that it could be JT Hellstrom (Thad Luckinbill). Billy and Nick will agree to try to find JT.
At Jabot, Phyllis will update Kerry Johnson (Alice Hunter) on the verdict, and Kerry will support Phyllis in her decision to save herself. Phyllis will say that she needs a win at work, and she’ll proceed to say that she wants to get the edge on the competition, which is Ashley Abbott’s (Eileen Davidson) new company.
Phyllis will say that she thinks she’s found a way to neutralize Ashley. Phyllis will thank Kerry for her loyalty and friendship, but then in the hallway, Kerry will call someone and update them on her conversation with Phyllis.
At Crimson Lights, Abby will confront Summer and insist that she cancel the wedding. She’ll even ask Summer outright if she’s the anonymous donor for Lola, but Summer will say that she has no interest in Lola’s medical condition. Abby will say that Lola deserves to wake up and have Kyle there, and she won’t allow Summer to ruin that. Summer will accuse Abby of being jealous, and Abby will vow to get to the bottom of what’s going on.
Young And The Restless Spoilers – Judge Calls Women Callous And Arrogant
Back in the courtroom, Nick will tell Mariah to cut Tessa loose, but Mariah will refuse. The judge will convene the proceedings, and Christine Williams (Lauralee Bell) will ask for no leniency. Brittany will ask for leniency for Sharon, and Michael will say that Victoria is a victim of abuse and Nikki did what any other mother would do in the same situation.
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Billy will speak as a character witness for Victoria on behalf of their children. Jack will speak for Nikki, and Nick will speak for all three of the women. Mariah will speak for Sharon. The judge will consider the character witnesses but will state that she has to stick to the facts and that in the death of JT they were callous and arrogant. She will sentence Sharon to three years in prison, Victoria to 10 years, and Nikki to 30 years.
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