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Peanut Gallery (September 2008)

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(September 2008)

Peanut Gallery
Thank you to Nina... this month's guest columnist!


Victor Newman's Past Wives


Victor Newman has had many wives and they are different.
1.      Julia Newman (divorced) – she loved him and almost gave him his first born but miscarried when she fell down the stairs.  She was a former model.

2.      Nikki Reed – met her when she was a stripper; changed into a great wife and mother. They have been married a few times; gave him two children: Victoria Nicole  and Nicholas Christian.

3.      Ashley Abbott (divorced) – had an affair with her and gave her a child but she aborted the child and had a nervous breakdown. Then years later she stole Victor’s sperm and gave birth to Abigail "Abby" Abbott Carlton.

4.      Hope Adams (divorced, deceased). She was a woman that Victor met when he was trying to find himself. He ended up falling in love with Hope. She was a blind farm girl but she was gutsy. Hope gave birth to Victor’s other son: Victor "Adam" Wilson, a.k.a. Victor Adam Newman Jr.

5.      Diane Jenkins (divorced). She was a well-respected architect, who was supposed to marry Jack, but Victor stole her. Then when Diane stole sperm from the bank she ended up stealing Jack’s sperm instead.

6.      Sabrina Costelana (married: June 23, 2008) [Deceased August 1, 2008]. She was a consulting Private Curator (art seller) and fell in love with Victor. She was carrying their child when she died in a car accident.

All the women are different in looks and professions but I feel that Victor and Nikki will be married by Christmas.

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