Betty Cummings

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Character
Betty Cummings
Appearances GTA V
Full Name Betty Cummings
Status

Alive

Gender Gender::Female
Nationality American
Home Los Santos
Main Affiliations City Council (president)

{{infobox character| |image = |game_1 = GTA V |name = Betty Cummings |aka = |status = Alive |gender = F |dob = |dob-comment = |pob = |dod = |dod-comment = |home = [[Los Santos in GTA V|Los Santos]] |nationality = United States |family = |affiliations = City Council (president) |vehicles = |businesses = |voice = }} '''Betty Cummings''' is a character in the [[HD Universe]] who is mentioned in [[Grand Theft Auto V]]. ==Character history== Betty Cummings is, in [[2013]], the president of the city council in [[Los Santos in GTA V|Los Santos]]. She supported the eviction of [[Tim Sheperd]] from his home in [[Vespucci Beach]]. She states: "We expect a certain type of resident to live here. And Mr Sheperd, while being a nice man, doesn't have any ink, piercings or distinguishing body art. He doesn't even have an ironic lumberjack beard. We can't lose the flavor of this city with the wrong kind of gentrification. He had to go." {{Navboxes |title= Navigation |list1={{characters|state=collapsed}} {{Gtav characters|state=collapsed}} {{Gtav characters2|state=collapsed}} }} [[Category:Characters|Cummings, Betty]] [[Category:Characters in GTA V|Cummings, Betty]] [[Category:Characters in HD Universe|Cummings, Betty]] [[Category:Unseen Characters|Cummings, Betty]]

Betty Cummings is a character in the HD Universe who is mentioned in Grand Theft Auto V.

Character history

Betty Cummings is, in 2013, the president of the city council in Los Santos. She supported the eviction of Tim Sheperd from his home in Vespucci Beach. She states: "We expect a certain type of resident to live here. And Mr Sheperd, while being a nice man, doesn't have any ink, piercings or distinguishing body art. He doesn't even have an ironic lumberjack beard. We can't lose the flavor of this city with the wrong kind of gentrification. He had to go."