The Young and the Restless Spoilers: Amanda’s Abusive Ex-Fiance’s Dangerous Debut

The Young and the Restless Spoilers: Amanda’s Abusive Ex-Fiance’s Dangerous Debut

The Young and the Restless spoilers reveal that the past of Amanda Sinclair (Mishael Morgan) will overtake her. Y&R fans know that Amanda has been on her guard since her debut. She doesn’t like to talk much about her life before she came to Genoa City, but she trusted Billy Abbott (Jason Thompson) enough to open up a little.

Amanda has talked about her ex-fiancé – the man she once thought was her soul mate. She admitted that the changes were subtle, but he gradually became more and more controlling. Their relationship deteriorated to the point where she had to file a subpoena, and her ex-fiancé also filed one.

That, of course, matches the info in Devon Hamilton’s (Bryton James) file on Amanda. Devon got a file from Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) and kept digging himself.

When The Young and the Restless fans heard the name Ripley Turner, we all knew it was only a matter of time until this insulting ex-fiancée was cast.

Now The Young and the Restless ‘s finally found their Ripley. According to Soap Opera Digest, Christian Keyes scored the role and it was due to appear on February 5. As a result of the impeachment trial, that first broadcast date is clearly going to change. We will keep you informed about Ripley’s first performance, but Amanda may never see him coming!

Although Amanda has a tracker on Ripley, he could easily find that tracker and turn it off – or maybe rig it so that Amanda thinks he’s somewhere else. Either way, it won’t be long before Ripley is on his way to Genoa City and probably straight to the Grand Phoenix.

The Young and the Restless spoilers say there is more chaos there, so Ripley could be behind it.

As for Keyes, he certainly has the right look for the part. Amanda talked about how sometimes you think you know someone and then the mask slips away – and slowly peel back the monster underneath.

The Young and the Restless needed a man who could seem handsome and charming on the surface, but he also had to be able to bring darkness. It seems he can find that balance.

If Keyes seems familiar, you may have seen him at other shows like Saints and Sinners, Supernatural, In Contempt, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow and more. It will be interesting to see what Keyes brings to the table as the dangerous Ripley Turner.

Written by Tommy Kilmer

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