Nikki expressed how she was sick of them acting out. The argument escalated into more physical abuse. If only this time nikki knew that this particular fight would end in a bad tragedy. Jas hit her mother with a vase over the head. Investigators say that was thee first sign of blood drawn. As nikki was trying to fight back tas stabbed her. After more fighting Jas starts to choke her mother with a ribbon medallion she won when she was younger. After being hit back jas picks up the knife to stab her mother. After all the verbal and physical abuse the twins dragged her to the bathtub in the master's bedroom. During the interview with jas and tas they state that when they put her into the tub she was still alive. Jas said her mother's last word were “ I hate you. You're going to jail.” Jas told her mother she was sorry. After cleaning up the bloody mess the girl walked to school arriving two hours late. Students said that they act as if it was a normal day. The twins came home and they thought the police may have been there unfortunately they were not. Jas managed to flag down a officer passing through in her neighborhood. She told the officer that someone had killed her mother. She said her and her sister missed the bus but immetimatley start to walk to rockdale high school. They told officers that they made it to every class on time. The officer indicated that it seem as if she tried to put up a fight at the moment she was being killed but there was no sign of forced entry. Officers focus on the boyfriend as the prime suspect. After investigating they soon come to realize he had nothing to do with the murder. During interviews with the twin detective started to notice that they had many injuries bite mark, scratches, and more. Detectives immediately started to focus on them, But the twins were stick to their stories. Since detectives did not have a solid case the was forced to let them go. Haneef
Natasha has been feeling like Hayley and Jenny don’t want to be friends anymore, so she goes back to Becca. Together, Natasha and Becca try to find out how she got in the river. Later on, everyone was at play practice. Tasha wasn’t feeling good so she sat out. Becca’s best friend Hannah stepped in her place. When Tasha went to go move the overhead light, it came crashing down over Hannah. It killed her. Both the police and the girls had decided that Hayley and Jenny had led Tasha into the river and did something to the light for it to fall. The two girls were sent to prison and counseling for murder and attempted murder. After that, everything was going fine until Becca started to get a little suspicious. She asked the police if she could look over all the evidence again. She then came to the conclusion that Natasha had done all of it. She had thrown herself into the river and framed Hayley and Jenny, and she loosened the light so that it would fall. The police did not believe her. One night, Becca and Tasha went out into the woods. Becca was going to try and get her to confess. Natasha did end up confessing, but then she
She steals book bag and leaves. She runs away to a university. Alice asks a girl for a ride to get close to where the computer lab would be. When Alice final makes to the computer lab she realizes she needs a student ID but doesn’t have one. Luckliy a group of boys are walking down hall. When they finally reach her she asks if they could open the door for her since she “forgot to get hers”. She notices that one of the boys was familiar. Paul who use to go to her school, they had a short conversation but he didn’t recognize her.
Lobb's Girl is a very sad, funny, and memorable story. It's funny because Lobb travels across England twice to see Sandy. Also it's sad because Sandy and Lobb were hit by a car. The most saddest thing is that Lobb had died from the crash and Sandy is in the hospital. Lobb in Lobb’s Girl makes it very sad, funny and memorable.
Bobby tells Jacy that when she loses her virginity, she can come back to him - making Jacy eager to get her first time over with. Sonny and Duane go off to Mexico (this happens off screen) to go drink, party and have fun. When they get back, hung over, they see that the restaurant is closed, which is very odd because they never close, not even on holidays. They’re curious and go ask a man named Andy only to find out that Sam the lion had died of a stroke the morning before. The next day they go to Sam’s funeral. Everyone is there, for Sam was a very well-known man who everyone enjoyed having around. After the funeral, Duane and Jacy meet in a small motel room and whisper to each other “I love you”. They had planned on having sex, but for some reason, Duane was unable to perform and Jacy gets very mad at him and tells him not to leave the room yet so that everybody won’t know they didn’t have sex. Outside, are a few teenage girls eager to listen to Jacy about how it went - and Jacy tells them it was
When Lengel sees the girls at the checkout counter, he says, “Girls, this isn’t the beach.” As the girls leave the in a hurry, Sammy says, “I quit.” Sammy hopes that the girls will hear, but they don’t and just keep on walking out to their car. Lengel reassures Sammy that he doesn’t want to quit, but Sammy wants to be these girls hero. As Sammy gets out to the parking lot, he looks around for the girls. He hoped that they would wait for him. Sammy thinks that he could hook-up with Queenie if he quits his job.
Sheri arrived at Lane’s house early that morning to discuss with mixed feelings about what she was about to endure. They left Lane’s house in attempt to discuss it, but for much of the story, Lane A. Dean Jr., the boyfriend, and Sheri Fisher, the girlfriend, sat in silence at a picnic table hoping the other spoke first. While Sheri Fisher was seen as “good people” by
Josie is still trying to get accepted into Smith College. She sees a big time lawyer leaving the French Quarters so she thinks that is her way of being accepted into the Smith College in the East. She makes a trip downtown goes to the lawyer’s office and tells him that she is going to tell his wife if he doesn't write a letter of recommendation for her to go to Smith College in the East. After a couple times seeing the lawyer at Willie's. Josie finally gets her letter from the lawyer.
Deej Logan was just like any normal high school girl. She woke up on her first day of school and combed her hair, picked out the “perfect” outfit and headed out the door. What she didn’t know is that after that day nothing would be the same. Nothing that day seemed to be going right. At school drama was swarming all around her, not exactly what she hoped the first day would be like. By the time the last bell of the day rang she was more than happy to get out of that school. She drove home as quickly as she could but as soon as she got home she realized that she had forgotten to pick up her sisters. “Great.” She thought sarcastically as she sat back down in her car and drove off. Just then she pulled out her phone to message one of her friends about her awful day. That one decision changed everything. Before she had a chance to send the message Deej veered off into oncoming traffic and was killed on impact.
Next, they separate go to there classes and Sam’s other friend gives her a sex survey. Sam began to fill out in class and tries to pass it to her best friend that is sitting behind her. But, the survey falls on the ground instead of her best friends table. Sam’s crush Jake picks up the survey and begins to read it notices, that she said that she would be interested in having sex with her. Then, Jake begins to ask about Sam, to his best friend. He later asks the geek that also, has a crush on Sam about her.
Amanda becomes a woman bent on finding her daughter either a job or a husband and finding out why her son disappears every night. To help her appear strong and willful, Amanda escapes to her own days as a young girl, finding more than seventeen gentlemen callers, and allows herself to believe her life is stable enough that her daughter and her will be financially taken care of. These facades crumble when she realizes her daughter has never been capable enough to find either a job or a husband. While these expectations of Laura hurt her, they allow her mother to escape to her days of being flaunted over and adorned by men. Once she does see her daughter is struggling, Amanda has to face the fact that her daughter will always be dependant upon her mother. These realities continue to affect how her children act and the results of the
Not knowing how her mother would feel Mia crept downstairs and out the doors. When she got outside she was greeted by her brother, sister, dad, and her boyfriend. At the bowling alley, Mia and Erik were in teams against Tara and Johnny and then Jeremih switched with Tara. They played multiple rounds until it was time to go eat. Mia's team had won against Tara's team in bowling. After the game, they went to this nice five-star establishment. For an hour they eat, talked, and laughed at some good memories and new memories.
There was a boy named Billy who had really liked Jean and he would steal stuff from her. When he brings her a turquoise ring she accepts the gift. Billy proceeds to tell everyone that they are dating. She tells him they are only friends and then he shrugs. Jean finds out Billy is a horrible person after he tries to rape her”I raped you”. She goes over to his house to return the ring and she makes him mad. Later that day he shows up at there house and has a bb gun. He starts trying to shoot her baby sister after shattering the window. Lori goes up stairs and grabs their dad's pistol and tries to shoot Billy. They soon after have to leave because they attracted the
Her main plan is to go to a music festival in California. On the way, she ends up finding a cheery girl named Marina who is lost. Amber feels sorry to leave her alone so she offers to let her stay with her. Marina convinces Amber to help her find the Miner's Treasure together. At first, Amber is a bit skeptical, but in the end they decide to work together.
She looks forward to moving away like others in her town. She admits she will not be missed at her job and at nineteen, without the former protection of her older brothers, she is beginning to feel "herself in danger of her father's violence.” This danger she sees is taken away when she meets her suitor, the sailor, Frank who promises her a better life away from these hardships she has faced.