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  • Megan Hilty
  • Taken

The life of a Broadway girl wasn’t always fun, the endless dance rehearsals with the other tiny girls, the constant singing, keeping healthy and never letting any rough criticism get to you would always tire you out, but for some reason, Corrine could always handle it. Maybe it was because it was a distraction from the fact that she was the result of a rape, maybe it was because she could really be herself and shine when she stood on that stage, whatever it was, Corrine soaked up the spotlight and made damn sure she was a star. However, two years ago, Corrine auditioned for a musical, only to be beaten out by another girl and left in the chorus. Corrine was angry and sad at the same time and turned to Alcohol as a form of distraction, as her spotlight was taken away from her, but soon, the girl who beat her out left the show and it was her time to shine…or was it? Corrine was hit with severe laryngitis and left with pills to make her better in time for the next show, but what nobody counted on was the woman becoming addicted to the pills. Depressed and addicted to alcohol and pills, Corrine couldn’t see how things could ever get better for her, and things definitely took a turn for the worst when a review was posted in the New York Times, saying that she was a ‘fat actress’ and that she only got the role because people pitied her. Corrine wanted to prove them wrong, so badly, but when she realized that she definitely wasn’t as small as any of the other girls in the cast, she had to act quickly and turned to purging. It was an every day thing, purge, take pills, have a drink and put on a smile, and one day, whilst on stage, Corrine began to feel dizzy and halfway through her favorite number 'Let’s Be Bad’, Corrine collapsed on stage and was sent to hospital, where she was told that she wouldn’t be on Broadway anymore and would be sent to Parkwood Asylum to recover from her addictions, her depression and bulimia.

Connections:

-Unknown Half-Sister to Kayla Malone

  • Selena Gomez
  • Taken
  • Trigger Warning: Sexual Assault

        Eilidh Steele had just turned 17 when she was sexually assaulted by her Chemistry teacher. The man seemed to be a friendly face, he appeared to be someone she could trust with her school work and personal issues because weren’t you always supposed to have a teacher you could trust?


The school’s final exams for the year were coming up and she had gone into to see the man with some questions about the paper and help for the things she still didn’t quite understand. At first, he kept the respectable distance but the longer Eilidh stayed, the closer his hands got to her thigh and when Eilidh pictured losing her virginity, she envisioned that it would be with Matthew, the school’s ice hockey team goalie, who was her boyfriend at the time.
    
After the attack, Eilidh couldn’t believe that nobody had heard her or at least seen the attack happening and when she tried to report the attack, she was shunned almost immediately. A teacher wouldn’t rape a student, that was completely unprofessional! Due to the way the staff of the high school shunned her, rumours were immediately sent around like wildfire and it all sent Eilidh into a crippling depression because people would do anything they could to belittle her until she was walking out of class crying.
    
Before long, people that had been by her side from the moment she told them what happened were beginning to draw away. First, it was her best friend who was influenced by the rest of the school and began to think that Eilidh provoked the attack because of what she was wearing, then Matthew broke up with her because the entire ice hockey team got him into thinking that maybe she was lying because she didn’t want to admit she had really cheated, then the small group of friends she had left all disappeared because they didn’t want a bad reputation for hanging out with the girl who was lying and soon, Eilidh had hit rock bottom.

It took a lot of false courage that Eilidh found in a piece of paper to tell her parents what had happened but sadly, the piece of paper was meant as a suicide note. Eilidh attempted to take her own life because she felt that it was all she had left and thankfully, her parents had found her before the pills she had taken really took effect. When they got her to the hospital, she was assessed by a therapist who then diagnosed her with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and advised her parents that she was more than likely to make a better recovery at a nearby mental facility, thus bringing her to Eastwick to begin recovery.

C O N N E C T I O N S ;

- Ex-Girlfriend to Matthew Anderson

  • Melissa Benoist
  • Taken

Background:

Lydia Coral didn’t grow up with much, no sense of family, of love, no sense of what real bonds to people were but that wasn’t her fault. She didn’t know her family, her mother, her father, and she certainly didn’t know she had an identical twin sister. When Lorraine and Lydia’s mother, Millie, fell pregnant she knew that once their father walked out she wouldn’t be able to support two children on a single parent salary and that’s when she began looking into adoption. Some may say Lorraine was the ‘lucky’ one, or the spared one, but that wasn’t exactly      true. When Millie placed Lydia up for a adoption she was under the impression that it was for her best interest, that a family who would be able to support her, love her, and care for her would adopt her months later before she would be able to know where she was. That wasn’t true either, Lydia stayed in an orphanage until she was 6, after that a couple had fostered her for a couple years until she was 11, but that situation ended badly after numerous incidents where Lydia flipped off like a switch into a different person. It was placed on her record and she was placed back into group homes, a foster home here and there but always returning back to the group homes because incidents of her forever-changing mood swings. The mood swings had a tendency to become violent leading to physical fights with other girls in the homes and growing up in the system, with something like that on your file was something you knew would be the one flaw that would leave you to be stuck there forever. Around when she turned 16, Lydia’s obsession with being perfect came about. Maybe if she was a little  skinner, a little thinner, a few pounds lighter, if she was prettier, if she could mold an all-American daughter look that she would be adopted and lived a life she dreamed of daily. She began to purge not too long after, skipping meals, it became the norm to her and each time she did it was a reminder to be that much better for a family, for someone out there. The final straw before her social worker decided Parkwood was the best place for Lydia was when she was 17 during an incident in the cafeteria of the group home. The issue quickly became violent, Lydia turning into an angry, frustrated being and taking anything she could out on the girl that made a sly comment. It was like a light switch, on and off. After that, it took a little while for the papers and requested applications to be sent in back and forth between the asylum and the group home she was spending her last few weeks in. By the time everything was finalized and she was standing at Parkwood’s gate, Lydia was 18 and denied any relation to the word bulimic, and bipolar with herself. She didn’t know what would lay behind those doors and she didn’t know that her real family was only a few hundred feet away at all times.

Connections:

-Unknown twin sister of Lorraine Coral- 

  • Becca Tobin 
  • Taken

Emily grew up next door to her childhood best friend, Lorraine Coral. The two were inseparable since they were young even through their huge differences in personalities. Emily was always the colder, snarkier type of child. She always had the comebacks, and these comebacks only got ruder as she got into high school. As  they did, Lorraine and Emily had drifted in their friendship, only reconnecting through tennis. The only mutual activity the two shared and the only time they were ever really caught talking to each other. Emily had become one of the most popular girls in their small town high school. She had the boys, and the friends however she didn’t have the scholarships that Loraine was being offered in a sport she thought she was the best at. From her sophomore year the pressure slowly began to get too much for Emily. Maybe if she was in better shape, scouts would look at her as they did to the others, maybe if she felt better about herself, she’d play better. It always came back to being the best and to be the best, she believed she needed to look the best. That’s when Emily began to extreme diet, going days with only eating a protein bar, or a few crackers. As if that wasn’t enough, she picked the habit of purging which only occurred once or twice in a month, however by her junior year escalated to more than a few times a day. The girl was slowly becoming envious of her past best friend and she at that point did everything she could to get Lorraine to start purging, all for the love of the game. Some may say that the action came back only to spite her, months after Lorraine arrived at the asylum, collapsing at the biggest game of the season where she would of received the scholarship that Lorraine was supposed to get. After the incident, her mother spoke to Lorraine’s referring them to Parkwood, and not before long she arrived at the asylum. 

Connections: Friend of Lorraine Coral’s. 

  • Shay Mitchell 
  • Taken

B A C K G R O U N D: 

Nikki’s narcolepsy had started out with her falling asleep in class, during her freshman year of college. Thinking it was because her body wasn’t used to the change in her schedule, she altered her schedule, giving her more time to sleep. But that didn’t work. She still found herself falling asleep during the day, during strange times, as well as getting tired during the day no matter how well she slept the night before. She checked herself into Parkwood hoping to find the answer for her abnormal sleep attacks and patterns.

C O N N E C T I O N S:

- None at the moment

  • Claire Holt
  • Taken

B A C K G R O U N D: 

To Gina, it was all about her. Every dance, every school project, every single thing it was Gina, Gina, Gina. She didn’t care what it was, even at her mother’s funeral when she was 14, Gina managed to turn the whole thing around and make it all about her. Her father was also partially to blame, being the one to always give her what she wanted, clothes, shoes, money.. anything Gina wanted, she got it. Gina had all the friends she wanted, many guys at her feet but when they had problems, once again, Gina would make sure that everything was about her. Many people grew annoyed with her act and soon, Gina’s large circle dwindled down to nothing. Sometimes, Gina likes to think of herself as a…queen and everyone around her, nothing but dirt on the side walk  So maybe it’ll be a giant shock when she realises that the people at Parkwood don’t really care about her at all.

C O N N E C T I O N S:

- None at the moment

  • Adelaide Kane
  • Taken

B A C K G R O U N D: 

Jeri was always a great artist. Sketching, painting, pastels, you name it, she could most likely do it. Her talents were taking her places. She was building a future on the things she could do with art. Then her parents sent her to a creative arts school to harness her talent, and that’s whereshe met a girl. Their relationship started out innocent enough; they became friends, they got closer, became best friends. A couple months went by, and they went from best friends to something a little more than friends. Jeri didn’t think anything of it. She enjoyed having someone to lean on, someone she could trust. She’d never imagined herself falling for a girl, but when it happened she didn’t try to fight it. She embraced it. But that’s when everything changed. This girl wasn’t so much in love with her as she was obsessed with her, something Jeri found out one day when looking for her sketchbook in her room. She reported it to the police, who arrested the girl on stalking, swearing to Jeri she wasn’t going to get out any time soon but it was no use. The idea of someone stalking her sent Jeri into a state of paranoia, afraid everyone else was going to turn out like the girl she put her love, trust, and faith into. After careful consideration, her parents agreed it’d be best to remove her from school for a while and get her some help. Typically you can find her hiding out in a corner somewhere with a sketchbook, or in her room with some art supplies, avoiding everyone else. 

C O N N E C T I O N S:

- Daughter to Callie Harrigan

- Sister to Joshua Harrigan, half-sister to Jessalyn Colleti

- Ex-girlfriend of Lena Harris

  • Megan Hilty
  • Taken

B A C K G R O U N D: 

The life of a Broadway girl wasn’t always fun, the endless dance rehearsals with the other tiny girls, the constant singing, keeping healthy and never letting any rough criticism get to you would always tire you out, but for some reason, Corrine could always handle it. Maybe it was because it was a distraction from the fact that she was the result of a rape, maybe it was because she could really be herself and shine when she stood on that stage, whatever it was, Corrine soaked up the spotlight and made damn sure she was a star. However, two years ago, Corrine auditioned for a musical, only to be beaten out by another girl and left in the chorus. Corrine was angry and sad at the same time and turned to Alcohol as a form of distraction, as her spotlight was taken away from her, but soon, the girl who beat her out left the show and it was her time to shine…or was it? Corrine was hit with severe laryngitis and left with pills to make her better in time for the next show, but what nobody counted on was the woman becoming addicted to the pills. Depressed and addicted to alcohol and pills, Corrine couldn’t see how things could ever get better for her, and things definitely took a turn for the worst when a review was posted in the New York Times, saying that she was a ‘fat actress’ and that she only got the role because people pitied her. Corrine wanted to prove them wrong, so badly, but when she realized that she definitely wasn’t as small as any of the other girls in the cast, she had to act quickly and turned to purging. It was an every day thing, purge, take pills, have a drink and put on a smile, and one day, whilst on stage, Corrine began to feel dizzy and halfway through her favorite number ‘Let’s Be Bad’, Corrine collapsed on stage and was sent to hospital, where she was told that she wouldn’t be on Broadway anymore and would be sent to Parkwood Asylum to recover from her addictions, her depression and bulimia. 

C O N N E C T I O N S:

- Half sister to Sara Malone

  • Melissa Benoist
  • Taken

B A C K G R O U N D:

A competitive tennis player since she was 5, Lyric had a passion for the sport. She grew up in a single parent home, her father walking out when she was quite young. With never a lot of money to spare, she did anything she could to play. Even with second hand tennis rackets and equipment, she knew it was her passion. By her freshman year, she was one of the top players in her hometown state of South Carolina. A friendly and caring person, Lyric was always a very naive girl with that. Seeing the best in people, meant that she was blind to see that they would take advantage of her in some cases, but never having many friends she would do anything even if it meant extra homework, she would do it from the good of her heart. As competition got fiercer, so did the bullies that were threatened by her talent. Little by little they convinced Lyric that she needed to lose some weight in order to be at her best. It began as a small diet that began to take outrageous measures. Lyric began to purge at 17 and continued to do so to keep her body in what she thought was ‘shape’. Coming home from work one day, her mother found her daughter in the bathroom, purging; After seeing the sight, she knew that she had to do anything in her power to get her daughter help. She didn’t care how much money it took, but decided that she would work as many jobs as she could if it meant helping her daughter.

 C O N N E C T I O N S:

- Twin sister to Lydia Coral

- Friend of Emily Starke

  • Melissa Benoist
  • Taken

B A C K G R O U N D:

Lydia Coral didn’t grow up with much, no sense of family, of love, no sense of what real bonds to people were but that wasn’t her fault. She didn’t know her family, her mother, her father, and she certainly didn’t know she had an identical twin sister. When Lyric and Lydia’s mother, Millie, fell pregnant she knew that once their father walked out she wouldn’t be able to support two children on a single parent salary and that’s when she began looking into adoption. Some may say Lyric was the ‘lucky’ one, or the spared one, but that wasn’t exactly      true. When Millie placed Lydia up for a adoption she was under the impression that it was for her best interest, that a family who would be able to support her, love her, and care for her would adopt her months later before she would be able to know where she was. That wasn’t true either, Lydia stayed in an orphanage until she was 6, after that a couple had fostered her for a couple years until she was 11, but that situation ended badly after numerous incidents where Lydia flipped off like a switch into a different person. It was placed on her record and she was placed back into group homes, a foster home here and there but always returning back to the group homes because incidents of her forever-changing mood swings. The mood swings had a tendency to become violent leading to physical fights with other girls in the homes and growing up in the system, with something like that on your file was something you knew would be the one flaw that would leave you to be stuck there forever. Around when she turned 16, Lydia’s obsession with being perfect came about. Maybe if she was a little  skinner, a little thinner, a few pounds lighter, if she was prettier, if she could mold an all-American daughter look that she would be adopted and lived a life she dreamed of daily. She began to purge not too long after, skipping meals, it became the norm to her and each time she did it was a reminder to be that much better for a family, for someone out there. The final straw before her social worker decided Parkwood was the best place for Lydia was when she was 17 during an incident in the cafeteria of the group home. The issue quickly became violent, Lydia turning into an angry, frustrated being and taking anything she could out on the girl that made a sly comment. It was like a light switch, on and off. After that, it took a little while for the papers and requested applications to be sent in back and forth between the asylum and the group home she was spending her last few weeks in. By the time everything was finalized and she was standing at Parkwood’s gate, Lydia was 18 and denied any relation to the word bulimic, and bipolar with herself. She didn’t know what would lay behind those doors and she didn’t know that her real family was only a few hundred feet away at all times.

C O N N E C T I O N S:

-Twin sister to Lyric Coral 

- Former foster sister to Kelsey Clarke

  • Adelaide Kane
  • Taken

Background:

Jeri was always a great artist. Sketching, painting, pastels, you name it, she could most likely do it. Her talents were taking her places. She was building a future on the things she could do with art. Then her parents sent her to a creative arts school to harness her talent, and that’s whereshe met a girl. Their relationship started out innocent enough; they became friends, they got closer, became best friends. A couple months went by, and they went from best friends to something a little more than friends. Jeri didn’t think anything of it. She enjoyed having someone to lean on, someone she could trust. She’d never imagined herself falling for a girl, but when it happened she didn’t try to fight it. She embraced it. But that’s when everything changed. This girl wasn’t so much in love with her as she was obsessed with her, something Jeri found out one day when looking for her sketchbook in her room. She reported it to the police, who arrested the girl on stalking, swearing to Jeri she wasn’t going to get out any time soon but it was no use. The idea of someone stalking her sent Jeri into a state of paranoia, afraid everyone else was going to turn out like the girl she put her love, trust, and faith into. After careful consideration, her parents agreed it’d be best to remove her from school for a while and get her some help. Typically you can find her hiding out in a corner somewhere with a sketchbook, or in her room with some art supplies, avoiding everyone else.

Connections:

- Sister to Trevor Harrigan

-Girlfriend to Lena Harris

-Daughter to Callie Harrigan

  • Melissa Benoist
  • Taken

Background:

A competitive tennis player since she was 5, Lorraine had a passion for the sport. She grew up in a single parent home, her father walking out when she was quite young. With never a lot of money to spare, she did anything she could to play. Even with second hand tennis rackets and equipment, she knew it was her passion. By her freshman year, she was one of the top players in her hometown state of South Carolina. A friendly and caring person, Lorraine was always a very naive girl with that. Seeing the best in people, meant that she was blind to see that they would take advantage of her in some cases, but never having many friends she would do anything even if it meant extra homework, she would do it from the good of her heart. As competition got fiercer, so did the bullies that were threatened by her talent. Little by little they convinced Lorraine that she needed to lose some weight in order to be at her best. It began as a small diet that began to take outrageous measures. Lorraine began to purge at 17 and continued to do so to keep her body in what she thought was ‘shape’. Coming home from work one day, her mother found her daughter in the bathroom, purging; After seeing the sight, she knew that she had to do anything in her power to get her daughter help. She didn’t care how much money it took, but decided that she would work as many jobs as she could if it meant helping her daughter.

Connections:

No current connections.

  • Nina Dobrev 
  • Taken

Background: Coraline was born in England to a family that was rich and she was always treated well. But when Coraline turned about 6 years old her parents noticed something, she seemed to be malnourished, though the girl ate all the time. They took her to a doctor and the doctor explained that Coraline was sufferring from an uncureable disease known as Celiac disorder. The doctor gave them a diet sheet to put Coraline on and her parents tried to stick to it strictly but they noticed after a few months nothing seemed to change. The girl would scream in agony and pain in the middle of the night, her muscles aching, her appetited deteriated, and she she almost always felt nauseous or was vomitting up anything that she ate. She went through the pain and tried to eat for a few years until at age 9 her parents tried to put her through a treatment center. The doctors and nurses didn’t understand why nothing they did seemed to help Coraline until finally a doctor suggested one of the rarest solutions for the girl’s problem. It was a rare case for Celiac disease to be of such an intollerance that this be required, but it seemed Coraline was this rare case. The doctor began to put Coraline on a diet of…Blood. 

After a year in the treatment center, the doctors solution had been a success, Coraline did not complain of pain and she no longer seemed malnourished so when she went home, though the doctor knew it would be a hard thing on her parents, he told her parents to keep her on a diet of blood and he provided them a doctors note to get the blood from animal blood banks. Coraline did fine after coming home she went back to school, and for her own safety of not being ridiculed she simply kept her blood contained in a thermus and refused to let anyone else touch it. She kept her secret hidden for years until she hit her sophmore year of high school. 

15 years old and Coraline had an accident in the hall, where her bag slipped from her hands and the thermus along with it collided to the floor, the thermus opened and blood spilled all over the tile floor. Students were shocked, teachers disgusted, but the principle knew the reasoning and she had done nothing wrong so she was to remain at this school. Though now day in and day out she was ridiculed, called vampire girl, cannibal, all sorts of sick sadistic names and not many wanted to befriend her. 
She grew angry and due to all the torment she began having manic anger problems and after an outraged fit against a girl in the middle of the cafeteria where she beat the girl down to a bloody pulp and licked her hands of the blood, her psychiatrist diagnosed her with Manic Anger Issues. She was expelled and at that, her parents decided it was time to move to the United States. 

They moved to Florida where Coraline had a new slate to make friends but her anger grew within still and she became paranoid that everyone knew her secret and that everyone was laughing at her and out to get her. She was again diagnosed with yet another problem, Delusional disorder, an illness in which one becomes paranoid and believes realistic events are going to happen to them or sees realistic events happening to them and react upon them. Hitting her Junior year of High School, Coraline began to party with some of the other rich kids like herself, alcohol became her favorite thing in the world and she drank mass amounts, making sure to drink enough animal blood as well with it that she would not kill herself. She became dependant on alcohol, her consumption was to the extent that when she didn’t have it the withdraws came quick, she now had an Alcoholic problem. 

16 and a half years old, nearing her end of her Junior year of High School was when Coraline snapped. She still never took her meds to surpress her delusional disorder and this was the last straw to getting her locked away in Parkwood. One night at a party she was drinking massively as usual and people were laughing at jokes, her paranoia kicking in, she thought they were laughing at her. She took the boy that was laughing the most up the stairs to her bedroom and laid him on her bed, chugging down more alcohol before she smirked and kissed him passionately before kissing along his neck and this was when she snapped, her blood craving kicking in as well and she bit a huge chunk out of the boy’s neck and began drinking the blood from his wound. Her parents must’ve come home because the music stopped and the next thing she knew she was being pried off of the bleeding screaming boy who was then taken off in an ambulance as she was being cuffed and taken in for evaluation. She had been marked now as Homicidal, a mild cannibal, and Delusional. She was locked up in Parkwood a year and a half ago, they still keep her on her diet of animal blood provided from the animal blood banks because it is the only thing that she can digest and obtain nutrients from. She developed a suicidal marking on her records when she began trying to kill herself in the facility multiple times because she knows she may never get out.

Connections:

No current connections