Days of our Lives spoilers tease that just as tigers can’t change their stripes, DiMera’s can’t change their DNA. Kristen DiMera (Stacy Haiduk) obviously didn’t take anger management lessons during her nun training, otherwise, she never would have stabbed Victor Kiriakis (John Aniston) and left him for dead.
Some will say she had reason to be angry with Victor but stabbing him and then fleeing the scene is a little over the top.
Days of our Lives Spoilers – Kristen Stabs Victor And Doesn’t Seem To Have An Ounce Of Remorse
It could be argued that Kristen is in shock after hearing the jaw-dropping news that her baby daughter is alive. She believed her baby to have died and is now in possession of the truth that her baby was switched with another while still in the hospital.
Kristen and Brady Black’s (Eric Martsolf) baby, Rachel, is the baby that everyone thought was Sarah Horton (Linsey Godfrey) and Eric Brady’s (Greg Vaughan) baby, Mickey.
Sadly, Mickey was the baby who died, and Rachel was given to Sarah under false pretenses. The news has now been revealed, leading to shock, heartbreak, and on Kristen’s part unbridled anger.
DOOL Spoilers – Brady Black And Kristen DiMera Have Two Different Ways Of Dealing With Child Thief Victor Kiriakis
Victor was a part of the baby switch plan and when Brady realizes this he confronts him. Speaking to Soap Opera Digest, Martsolf says of his character, “He tells Victor they are no longer family. He doesn’t want anything to do with him or his life.”
Kristen is also incensed with Victor but she handles her emotions a bit differently.
Days of our Lives Spoilers – What’s Next For Kristen DiMera After Stabbing Victor Kiriakis?
Martsolf says that when his character gets the news that Victor has been stabbed he realizes it was probably Kristen who did the evil deed, “He looks over at Kristen, gazes into those blue eyes and wonders, ‘What the hell have you done?’”
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Everyone else in Salem will be asking the same question as Kristen has been beating the drum about turning over a new leaf and becoming a better person.
This latest escapade will cost her dearly, perhaps in terms of a prison sentence and quite possibly cost her a life with her precious daughter. She won’t care much about how others view her, but she will definitely care about her daughter and how her actions have affected her.