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'''Margot''' is a character in [[The Ballad of Gay Tony]] who hooked up with [[Luis Fernando Lopez]] in [[2007]]. Luis ended the relationship when he revealed that he didn't want to get married. Afterwards, she stalked and became obsessed with him. Her father told her that Luis was a bad influence, but her crazy mental obsession with Luis made her send constant e-mails, phone calls, and gifts.
 
'''Margot''' is a character in [[The Ballad of Gay Tony]] who hooked up with [[Luis Fernando Lopez]] in [[2007]]. Luis ended the relationship when he revealed that he didn't want to get married. Afterwards, she stalked and became obsessed with him. Her father told her that Luis was a bad influence, but her crazy mental obsession with Luis made her send constant e-mails, phone calls, and gifts.
  
She was [[Random Character|encountered on the streets]] by Luis in front of [[Maisonette 9]] (although it is implied she waited there for him) and, after stressing him out about his denial of her constant gifts, told him that she took 37 painkillers and 15 sleeping pills. Enraged, but still worried for her safety, Luis rushed Margot to the emergency room of the [[Lancet-Hospital Center]] to have her stomach pumped.
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She was [[Random Character|encountered on the streets]] by Luis in front of [[Hercules]] (although it is implied she waited there for him) and, after stressing him out about his denial of her constant gifts, told him that she took 37 painkillers and 15 sleeping pills. Enraged, but still worried for her safety, Luis rushed Margot to the emergency room of the [[Lancet-Hospital Center]] to have her stomach pumped.
  
 
Upon release from hospital, she was once again encountered at [[Pier 45]] holding onto a handrail and ready to jump from two stories, claiming that Luis would save her if she jumped. Before jumping, Margot damns Luis' debaucherous lifestyle and holds a suicide note stating that he is responsible for her death. Luis pleaded with her that she needn't kill herself for him and attempted to stop her, but she leaped out of his reach to her death. A crowd of civilians surrounding the pier believed that Luis pushed her (ironically, bringing her suicide note to fruition), forcing him to outrun an angry mob and the police.
 
Upon release from hospital, she was once again encountered at [[Pier 45]] holding onto a handrail and ready to jump from two stories, claiming that Luis would save her if she jumped. Before jumping, Margot damns Luis' debaucherous lifestyle and holds a suicide note stating that he is responsible for her death. Luis pleaded with her that she needn't kill herself for him and attempted to stop her, but she leaped out of his reach to her death. A crowd of civilians surrounding the pier believed that Luis pushed her (ironically, bringing her suicide note to fruition), forcing him to outrun an angry mob and the police.

Revision as of 16:39, 11 June 2010

Character
Margot
Margot seconds before her death.
[[Image::File:Margot-TBOGT.jpg| ]]
Margot seconds before her death.
Appearances [[Appearance::TBOGT]]
Full Name Margot
Gender Gender::Female
Main Affiliations Luis Fernando Lopez


File:Margot suicida.png
Margot about to commit suicide

Margot is a character in The Ballad of Gay Tony who hooked up with Luis Fernando Lopez in 2007. Luis ended the relationship when he revealed that he didn't want to get married. Afterwards, she stalked and became obsessed with him. Her father told her that Luis was a bad influence, but her crazy mental obsession with Luis made her send constant e-mails, phone calls, and gifts.

She was encountered on the streets by Luis in front of Hercules (although it is implied she waited there for him) and, after stressing him out about his denial of her constant gifts, told him that she took 37 painkillers and 15 sleeping pills. Enraged, but still worried for her safety, Luis rushed Margot to the emergency room of the Lancet-Hospital Center to have her stomach pumped.

Upon release from hospital, she was once again encountered at Pier 45 holding onto a handrail and ready to jump from two stories, claiming that Luis would save her if she jumped. Before jumping, Margot damns Luis' debaucherous lifestyle and holds a suicide note stating that he is responsible for her death. Luis pleaded with her that she needn't kill herself for him and attempted to stop her, but she leaped out of his reach to her death. A crowd of civilians surrounding the pier believed that Luis pushed her (ironically, bringing her suicide note to fruition), forcing him to outrun an angry mob and the police.