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The Young and the Restless Spoilers: Victor Threatens Ashland

Victor is furious with Ashland

Victor is furious with Ashland

Victor is out for blood

Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) is frustrated that Ashland Locke (Robert Newman) keeps hanging around and will not get out of his family members' lives. On Monday's episode of The Young and the Restless Victor has a small victory as the wagons circle and Ashland is on the receiving end of the wrath of Genoa City residents combined against him. Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott), Michael Baldwin (Christian LeBlanc) Summer Newman (Alison Lanier), Diane Jenkins (Susan Walters), and Kyle Abbott (Michael Mealor) all watch as Locke is arrested for breaking the restraining order and spending time with Harrison Locke (Kelen Enriquez). Daine allowed Ashland to spend some time with his son before texting Michael that Locke was violating the protective order. As he was being led away he responded "Well played Diane." He might possibly soon be saying that to the most powerful man in town because he is now on Victor's bad side and the head of the Newman clan is out for blood. Over the decades he and Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman) were often at each other's throats in the business world and also where women were concerned. Ashland is a different kind of threat and nothing seems to keep him down for long and Victor's patience is wearing thin.

The Newman way

When Nikki returns to Newman Enterprises and shares the news with Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) Victoria Newman (Amelia Heinle) and Nick Newman (Josh Morrow) are there. The three had been strategizing and discussing how Adam Newman (Mark Grossman) wants the top spot in the company or none at all. Nick notices his dad does not seem surprised when his mom announced Ashland had been arrested and he asks Victor if he had a hand in the matter. When Nikki announces that Diane assisted Michael her husband says his signature line "Well I'll be damned." He adds that even the likes of Diane Jenkins has no use for Ashland. Later Victor goes to jail and has a face-to-face with his enemy and begins taunting him. He tells Ashland he is right where he should be which is locked up like a caged animal After the two men go back and forth for a few moments Victor makes his true intentions known and issues a direct threat. With fire in his eyes, he tells Ashland that no one gets away with hurting his daughter and as he speaks you can tell he means it. It is the Newman way for Victor to obtain his revenge and always be the last man standing over his enemies. Ashland, however, has given him a run for his money like no other adversary in recent years.

Trouble is lurking

The Young and the Restless spoilers have teased that Victor wants Locke dead but whatever he is planning his nemesis still has a few tricks up his sleeves. Ashland will make bail and go straight to Victoria's and stare through a window. She will be rattled and scream but what happens next is not known for certain. After a conversation with Billy Abbott (Jason Thompson), Nick will decide to check on his sister and spoilers say he will find something disturbing when he arrives at her home. it has been projected that Ashland with the help of Adam is going to fake his own death and blame Victoria and her family. Could Nick walk in on a scene where it appears Vicki has murdered her former spouse or at least knocked him out? However, this plays out Victor will be out for blood because Ashland simply would not go away when he was warned. He took the Newman money but remained in Genoa City. Vicki tricked him out of the money he had left and broke up with him and still, he stays in town. If Victoria is framed for killing Ashland this will really push Victor over the edge and he might just see to it that Ashland really and truly is sincerely dead after all is said and done. Be on the lookout for The Young and the Restless updates related to how far Victor will go to avenge his namesake daughter.

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