Spoiler alerts for "The Young and the Restless" indicate an exciting week in Genoa City as past and present indiscretions wreak havoc on the Abbotts and Newmans. The drama and intrigue will continue to overlap for these families as Jack and Victoria confront Victor and Billy regarding troubling current situations. Dina's promiscuous past and the questions surrounding her son's biological father may soon be answered but this may also create more turmoil. Kyle's desire to take his uncle down by setting him up to fall off the gambling wagon will have dire and far-reaching consequences.

Everyone involved will find themselves in over their heads.

Kyle pushes Billy to play with fire and he gets burned

Celeb Dirty Laundry reveals that Billy will play with fire and get burned and Kyle will cross a line. The two situations may be related as Kyle may push his uncle to the point of no return where gambling is concerned. Spoilers also say Victoria is going to confront her former spouse about his addiction to betting. It could be that Kyle is the one who tips her off that her ex-husband has fallen off the wagon.

Kyle wants his uncle out of the way so he can ascend to the top position at Jabot. Ashley has a limit in terms of what she is willing to do and explained how dangerous it would be if Billy became addicted to gambling once again.

Jack's son, however, does not seem to care about the damage that will be done along the way. Billy and Victoria had been in a good place but when she confronts him about his recent activities it will put distance between them again.

Jack and Victor at odds again

Soaps She Knows spoilers tease that Victor is going to make a decision this week and also warn Jack to stay out of his family business.

A preview for Monday shows Mr. Abbott pushing back by saying that he is looking into his own family business. Victor's big decision could be related to consenting to a DNA test. If indeed Albert Miller is Jack's biological father, this will create a completely new dynamic between these sworn enemies.

It looks like these two will be at odds again but their feuding may have to be put on hold.

Spoilers say that Eric Braeden -- who portrays Victor -- is taking a month-long leave of absence from "The Young and the Restless." It's possible that the storyline with Jack being his brother instead of John Abbott's son may be a big part of his dissatisfaction.

"The Young and the Restless" airs weekday afternoons at 12:30PM EST on CBS.