Y&R Spoilers: Sally Reeling From Newman Media Boot, Will She Sue For Wrongful Termination?

The Young And The Restless; Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope) The Young and the Restless (Y&R) spoilers tease that Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope) is still coming to terms with her termination as Newman Media’s CEO. She knows she lost her job for personal reasons. Victoria Newman (Amelia Heinle) was not shy in making that clear.

Sally is not a stranger to rebuilding her life. After all, that’s why she moved to Genoa City. She needed to rebuild her life after the mess she created on Bold and the Beautiful. This time, the firing stung more, as she was doing an excellent job in the position.

The Young And The Restless Spoilers —Sally Spectra Needs To Find Her Way

The one thing the Y&R viewers love about Sally is her determination to reinvent herself. She is clever, witty, and fun to watch. She’s not afraid to be underhanded but doesn’t stoop to that level without reason.

Many fans think Jill Abbott (Jess Walton) will give her a chance. She would be an asset to the Chancellor Winters team, especially since Billy Abbott (Jason Thompson) wants to resign.

It would bring drama if Sally landed a high executive position at Chancellor Winters. Imagine Victoria’s response to that. It might be worth it for that alone.

Y&R Spoilers —Can Sally Spectra Sue For Wrongful Termination?

The buzz on social media is that Sally should take Newman Enterprises to court to sue for wrongful termination. While watching that might be entertaining, she would likely lose that battle. However, it could bring Queen Victoria down a couple of notches, giving her a dose of reality.

In reality, Sally was still in her probationary period, so Victoria could let her go for any reason. In addition, Wisconsin is an “at will” state, meaning an employer can fire you for no reason.

The most common lawsuits over wrongful termination are age, race, and sexual harassment. Sally’s firing would be hard to prove unless Nick Newman (Joshua Morrow) would testify against his sister, Victoria.

The lawsuit would never proceed if Sally’s contract stated she had the job on a trial basis. A judge would toss it out without hearing any evidence. Victoria’s reasons for firing Sally were personal, and it doesn’t fit the definition of an illegal termination.

Even though it seems unlike Sally would sue for unlawful termination, most Y&R can admit it would be fun seeing Victoria squirm during a lawsuit hearing.

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