Fans of "The Young and the Restless" have known for close to a year that this day was coming and according to spoiler alerts, it's almost here. The truth about Christian's paternity has been looming over Genoa City, and Victor Newman is about to cash in on it. In his plot for revenge, "The Mustache" had Kevin to hack bank accounts and recoup the 500 million Nicholas won in the lawsuit. Now according to spoilers, the Newman patriarch will reveal that Adam was the biological father of Christian, and this will turn Nick's world upside down. In addition to losing his money, and the relationship with his father, Chelsea and his son could be lost to him as well.

Nick is no match for Victor

Nicholas has continued to go to toe with his powerful father as if they are on equal footing. He of all people should understand that no one gets the best of Victor Newman. By telling Faith that her grandfather kicked him out of the Tack house, Nick is now public enemy number one in the eyes of his dad. The Newman patriarch has taken his son's home, and his fortune and now is about to take away 2 of the people he loves most. Celebdirtylaundry.com spoilers indicate that the secret of Christian's paternity will soon be revealed, and Nick's life will never be the same.

Victor will probably twist the knife in a little deeper by making sure his son realizes that Chelsea has known all along that her supposedly deceased spouse fathered Sage's baby.

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Nick will truly feel betrayed, but this may not be the biggest shock he has in store. Spoilers continue to hint that Michae Muhney will reprise his role as Adam Newman. Should he return to Genoa City, and be proven the real father of the little boy, Nick will lose custody. And even if he and Chelsea did not split over the paternity reveal, she will surely leave him to be reunited with her one true love.

Victor is willing to throw everyone under the bus to get his way

Initially, Victor and Chelsea had begun to bond over the secret of Christian's paternity. Together they decided that Nick should raise the boy as his own and never learn the truth. Now, however, Victor's daughter in law is simply a means to an end. She is nothing more than collateral damage in the war against father and son. Should Adam return, his father would expect Chelsea and Adam to have no hard feelings and continue to allow him to see his grandson?

Nick should have learned a lesson regarding the lengths his father will go to when he framed Adam for the murder of Constance Bingham. Now he is experiencing firsthand the wrath of Victor Newman. Stay tuned weekday afternoons on CBS to keep up with the Newman family on "The Young and the Restless."