The Young and the Restless (Y&R) spoilers tease that Cameron Kirsten’s (Linden Ashby) encounter with Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope) could be a bad sign. Sally is one of the first people Cameron’s interacted with since he came back to Genoa City, so Y&R writers could be setting something in motion here.
Despite Cameron pretending to be compassionate and helpful in the May 31 episode, he’s actually a menace who’ll be causing major destruction while he’s in town.
Anyone connected to Sharon Rosales (Sharon Case) and Nick Newman (Joshua Morrow) could be at risk.
That obviously includes Sally since she’s dating Nick, so there are good reasons to be concerned about the fate of Sally and her baby.
Since Sally is at risk for preeclampsia, that raises the stakes even further.
It’s easy to imagine some scenario where Cameron pushes Sally down some stairs or causes some other traumatic ordeal.
Then again, Cameron could always kidnap Sally at some point and leave her without medical attention.
Sally is supposed to be avoiding stress with her condition, so that could certainly play a factor if her baby doesn’t survive.
Everyone’s been expecting Sally and Adam Newman (Mark Grossman) to bond over their new baby girl once she’s born, but what if something far more tragic happens?
Could Adam and Sally bond over the loss of their little one instead?
Regardless, it’s troubling that Sally’s already on Cameron’s radar. That could at least lead to a scare that leaves Sally worried about her baby’s future.
Cameron will prove he’s bad news with some dirty tricks and dangerous moves, so fans won’t want to miss all the mayhem he’s about to unleash.
Will Sally and her unborn child get caught up in Cameron’s twisted revenge? Will Sharon and Nick’s mess spill over onto Sally, Adam and their baby?
The Young and the Restless spoilers say Sally will hope for the best and prepare for the worst, so stay tuned for updates on any nightmares headed her way.
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