|Thomas Stubbs III|
Image from Tom Stubbs' Website
|Appearances||[[Appearance::The Lost and Damned]]|
|Full Name||Thomas Stubbs III|
|Date of Birth||[[Error: Invalid time.|1965 (Age 43)]]The date "1965 (Age 43)" was not understood.The date "1965 (Age 43)" was not understood.|
|Family||Arthur Stubbs (Uncle)|
The Lost Brotherhood|
|Voiced by||John Lantz|
When first met in The Lost and Damned, he appears completely naked. In order to get some funds from his family, he orders Johnny Klebitz to kill his uncle, Arthur Stubbs who is the holder of the family funds. Johnny kills Arthur Stubbs at Francis International Airport in Dukes, thus giving Stubbs' the funds.
Johnny later works for Stubbs to free several Alderney State Prisoners, and supporters of Stubbs. Johnny frees them before they are transferred to Alderney State Correctional Facility in south Alderney, and the prisoners escape to sea.
Johnny later does smaller jobs for Stubbs, such as helping a convicted CEO escape, taking blackmail photos of a politician, and bugging Bryce Dawkins' Infernus with surveillance equipment. He later gives Johnny the number to call and listen in on the car, and would be able to hear Bernie Crane discuss about his relationship with Dawkins, how he paid attention to Luis Fernando Lopez, protagonist of the next DLC, and later, would be able to hear Niko Bellic battle the LCPD.
Stubbs helps The Lost Brotherhood one last time, by informing Johnny of Billy Grey's treachery, and how Grey plans to sell out Klebitz and the rest of The Lost Brotherhood so he can be set free. With this information, the remnants of The Lost Brotherhood attack Alderney State Correctional Facility, and Klebitz personally kills Grey.
Thomas is currently facing allegations surrounding pork barrel spending. He has been by the Liberty City media due to his attempts to get a major tsunami protection plan and an avalanche warning system for the city.
- The Lost and Damned
- Tom Stubbs wears his own shirts with initials "TS3" on front pocket.
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Concept Artwork of Thomas Stubbs III