He’s been struggling with haunting memories of his dead daughter for a while, and now, Billy may finally be forced to come clean to Victoria about what’s been going on with him after he truly spirals out and loses control on the Tuesday, July 30 episode of “The Young and the Restless.”

Billy (Jason Thompson) has become increasingly more haunted by his visions, hallucinations and dreams about Delia, which happened after Adam (Marc Grossman) returned to town on the CBS soap. Since he also learned that Chloe (Elizabeth Hendrickson) was alive, it has been even more challenging for him, and things have only continued to escalate. Now, with Victoria (Amelia Heinle) becoming Christian's guardian until a judge decides whether or not Nick (Joshua Morrow) or Adam can have custody of the little boy, his condition will truly become a bigger problem than expected.

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Billy (Jason Thompson) officially spirals on the July 30, 2019 episode of “The Young and the Restless.” The actor is pictured with Victoria (Amelia Heinle) in an earlier episode. Howard Wise/JPI Studios for CBS

“Billy spirals,” spoilers reveal.

It was previously revealed that his situation has been affecting his ability to sleep, which could be the thing that causes him to lose control. As he is watching over Christian and his own kids while Victoria is at work, he may finally get some rest after taking a sleeping pill—but the deep sleep may also lead to a blackout, and he will wake up somewhere other than his house—with another haunting message apparently from his daughter, encouraging him to once again seek revenge on Adam and stop him from doing something else devastating.

However, his unintentionally abandoning the kids will also force him to finally come clean to Victoria about what’s been going on, since she will realize he wasn’t with them when she arrives home. She’ll immediately vow to get him the help he needs-but whether or not that helps repair any damage, or prevent something else from happening that brings new trouble, remains to be seen. Since they are the guardians appointed for Christian now, doing anything which can affect their guardianship will also affect Nick’s chances of getting his son back since he was the one who put his sister forward as the person he relied on to care for him. If Billy doesn’t get himself back together quickly and another incident occurs, it could prove to be a major disaster.

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