Poppy Mitchell

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Poppy Mitchell

Poppy Mitchell is a celebrity in the HD Universe appearing in The Ballad of Gay Tony and Grand Theft Auto V.

The Ballad of Gay Tony

Poppy is a VIP who frequents Maisonette 9. She is a beloved actress in the romantic comedy genre, Luis Lopez calling her "America's favorite daughter", who is trying to keep her wild nightclub life private (possibly a parody of Lindsay Lohan or Miley Cyrus). She tells Luis that her manager insists on her cleaning up her act, as she was allegedly caught sexting and it has slightly damaged her career.

In Club Management, paparazzi crowd rounds the club in order to get photo coverage of her latest trip to the club. She had apparently discretely finished group sex in the VIP room (the following The Celebinator blog picture reveals she changed clothes, as well as writing about it) when she wished to exit the club without paparazzi bothering her. Luis drives a fire engine to the doors and uses the fire hose to scare off the photographers, who scatter once sprayed. Poppy then gets a lift in the fire truck to the hotel where she was staying, The Hotel on Luddite East. Like many girls in the nightlife scene, Poppy had sex with Luis in the VIP room after hours.

Grand Theft Auto V

Poppy Mitchell as she appears in GTA V with paparazzi behind her.

Poppy Mitchell is seen in a photograph posted by Redwood Cigarettes on their Lifeinvader page as a pseudo-endorsement for their Redwood 120's.

GTA V website's section "Sightseeing and Celebrity" includes an article about Poppy Mitchell, in the fictional magazine StarsTalk. It reads that on the Weazel News Morning Show, Mitchell blamed the liberal media and rival actress Lacy Jonas among others for waging a smear campaign against her. Because she has a tween fanbase, she insists that she is a drug-free virgin. She sports a promise ring as of GTA V, despite privately admitting to sexual relations with Luis Lopez in The Ballad of Gay Tony.

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