‘The Young And The Restless (Y&R)’ spoilers show that Rey Rosales (Jordi Vilasuso) has passed out on Sharon Rosales’s (Sharon Case) couch after a bout of dizziness. He suddenly became very dizzy with the chills after coming out of the kitchen.
This has led to speculation that he was poisoned! Fans have made the connection between him and Chelsea Lawson (Melissa Claire Egan), and while it’s a bit of a stretch, it’s not out of the realm of possibility!
‘The Young And The Restless’ Spoilers: Did Chelsea Lawson (Melissa Claire Egan) Accidentally Poison Rey Rosales (Jordi Vilasuso)?
We saw Chelsea’s bag as her friend Chloe Fisher (Elizabeth Hendrickson) looked inside asking what it was. Chelsea is trying to get even with Adam Newman (Mark Grossman) and Sharon for kissing each other while she’s been confined to a wheelchair.
Did Chelsea make plans to poison Sharon? Is that why Sharon’s knick-knacks have been missing? Was someone in her house? I’m starting to like this idea the more I think about it. Maybe Chelsea found out at the figurine that Adam gave her and had someone swipe all the figurines in her house.
Then, the person went into the kitchen and dropped some poison in the water, or tea or something. Unfortunately, Rey was the one to get it! Will this make Rey end up in the hospital and how serious could it be?
Of course, this could be something stress-related (especially after dealing with Sharon), but how exciting would it be if he got poisoned!
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