Young and the Restless Spoilers | Chance Discovers Phyllis Planted Poison To Frame Diane
Diane Jenkins is the target of the police because of Phyllis Summers’ nefarious deeds. A few weeks earlier, Phyllis fabricated a reason to enter the Abbott home; however, she was not there to see Summer Newman. Instead, she was there to plant evidence, and Diane was able to catch her in the midst of doing so. As part of a larger scheme, Phyllis did manage to grab a peek at Diane’s enormous engagement diamond.
We all know that Jeremy Stark stole a ring from Jack. When Phyllis was being carried on the stretcher, she whispered something to the emergency medical technician just before Diane snatched the ring from her hand. In all likelihood, the ring is linked to Phyllis’s poisoning, and the police will follow the evidence to the Abbott residence. Here comes the interesting part of the story.
When the police find out that Phyllis died of poisoning, you can bet that they will investigate thoroughly. They will look into it, and it is likely that they will find the source at the Abbotts’ house. Nevertheless, that’s just the start. We anticipate that following Jeremy’s continuous pleading, a search warrant will be issued for the mansion, and Diane will be arrested shortly afterward.
with their plan. In spite of this, things are hardly ever what they seem to be at first glance, just as they never are in any soap opera.
Phyllis isn’t going to stay dead for long, and when she does come back, there are going to be a lot of conflicting stories. The facts don’t seem to be on Phyllis’ side, but that doesn’t stop her from wreaking havoc anyhow. Meanwhile, Jeremy will share his sorrow with the public and publicly hold Diane responsible.
It’s a complicated and suspenseful plan, really. The show has already taped Phyllis’s burial, and Jeremy will surely attempt to steal the spotlight by producing drama and centering the event on himself. The plot thickens with each new development, and we can’t wait to see how everything turns out.
Goodbye and see you again.