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Is Sharon Case safe from the axe at 'Young and the Restless'?

Is Sharon Case safe from the axe at 'Young and the Restless'?
Is Sharon Case safe from the axe at 'Young and the Restless'?
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Young and the Restless” fans have been waiting for months to see if Sharon Newman’s secret will be exposed. Sharon is the person responsible for changing the results on Summer’s paternity test to show that Jack Abbott was her father, not Nicholas Newman.

A Feb. 13 tweet from Sharon Case Fans reveals that Sharon’s secret will be revealed in March. It is unclear if the entire scope of Sharon’s secret will be revealed; including the fact that Sharon Newman was responsible for Phyllis’s fall and subsequent coma. Or will it be revealed that Sharon’s medications to treat bipolar disorder are no longer working and that Sharon has been seeing visions of her dead daughter Cassie?

“Apparently, Sharon’s secret comes out in March…I hope the writers don’t go too hard on Sharon. She just got her life back on track,” Sharon Case Fans tweeted. Case has portrayed Sharon Newman for 20 years on the popular CBS daytime drama.

Fans wonder what the scope of the revelation of the secrets Sharon is keeping will be and whether Sharon will face legal charges that could put her in jail. There is also the possibility that Sharon will be found mentally unfit to stand trial or not guilty by reason of insanity and sent off to the same facility as Patti Williams. If so, will Sharon Case be the next actor to be cut from the cast?

In reply to the tweet, Sharon Case Fans said, “Well @AngelicaMcD said that won’t happen.” Angelica McDaniel is the head of CBS Daytime. Fans will have to wait and see what happens, not only with the character of Sharon Newman, but with all the other characters on the canvas at “The Young and the Restless.”

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