She was scared when he showed up at the Abbott cabin and proved he had been alive and stalking her and the other women responsible for his “death” for nearly a year, but things quickly took an unexpected turn when JT passed out after the gas leak. Now, following their rescue, Victoria will receive new information about what caused all of JT’s behavior in the last two years on the Tuesday, March 26 episode of “The Young and the Restless.”

After JT (Thad Luckinbill) found Victoria (Amelia Heinle), Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) and Sharon (Sharon Case) at the cabin, cut off power and tied them up, he began acting erratically about everything that happened on the CBS soap. During that rant, he hit the gas line, which began to leak—and he soon passed out. The women all wound up passing out too, but everyone was rescued after Billy (Jason Thompson), Phyllis (Gina Tognoni), Nick (Joshua Morrow) and Victor (Eric Braden) all showed up. After coming to, Victoria insisted that something definitely wasn’t right with JT, who had been acting similarly to the way he did when their prior relationship became abusive, but had also been clutching his head and begging for something to stop. Now, as she and the others find their convictions for his death overturned and try to return to normal life, Victoria will get new information about what really happened with JT.

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Victoria (Amelia Heinle) learns shocking information about JT (Thad Luckinbill) on the March 26, 2019 episode of “The Young and the Restless.” The actors are pictured in an earlier episode.  Sonja Flemming/CBS

“Victoria hears shocking news regarding JT,” spoilers reveal.

JT was quickly hospitalized following the gas leak, and considering his health condition with his heart, he will likely be examined thoroughly. Considering he kept grabbing at his head during the altercation with the women at the cabin, that will also be examined—and after a brain tumor is discovered and removed, Victoria could realize that all of his behavior—the abuse, the unpredictable actions and the desire to hurt her—were all a result o the tumor on his brain.

Still, even with this information, and JT being apologetic for what he did, Victoria may have a hard time accepting everything. She could inform him that she forgives him for what he did—but she won’t be able to forget. As a result, she could also be too traumatized from everything she’s been through to even consider romance at all—and may even push Billy away again as well.

Of course, that likely also won’t be the end when it comes to her story with JT, as a preview clip for the week’s episodes (see above), shows him startling Victoria in her home.

“The Young and the Restless” airs weekdays at 12:30 p.m. EDT on CBS.