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Leeloo Dallas Russell

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Leeloo Dallas Russell – Yes, named after The Fifth Element’s Leeloo. No, she doesn’t like it. She thinks the name is childish and would rather be called anything else.

20 years old.

5’7″ and loves that she’s taller than her brother when she puts on heels. Dresses feminine and chic. Gets plenty of job discounts for nice clothes. Loves dresses, skirts, rompers, light fabrics. Never wears tshirts. Rarely wears jeans. Accessories are minimal.

Graduated high school but has never bothered furthering her educations. Thinks it will be a waste of time and money.

Has worked the same clothing department store job since she was 16. Really enjoys helping people find the perfect clothes but has no idea how to actually make this a career.

Drives a three wheel scooter bike thingy, Oz wtf are those. >:[

Is actually super pissed her brother moved out the second he turned eighteen. She felt abandoned and alone. Him keeping in frequent contact with her helped, but she’s still subconsciously mad about it.

Lee was too young to remember her parents or what happened to them. She does, however, know plenty about her Aunt and Uncle who are both overprotective and neglectful at the same time. Her older brother pretty much got ignored and got to do whatever he wanted because he was a BOY and OLDER. Meanwhile, Lee was never allowed to do ANYTHING. She didn’t get to go to other people’s houses or have friends come over. No parties, no after school activities. If it wasn’t right on their street, she wasn’t going. When Lee wasn’t at school or at work she’d just be home getting ignored, so she read a lot of books and played on the parent-locked internet. They’d tell her the world was scary and dangerous and all the horrible things that could happen to her – just like her parents. She believed them for a long time, up until after she graduated high school and realized she was a grown woman and needed to actually do ADULT THINGS.

Lee moved out on her own for the first time just a few months ago. She’s sharing a house with five other people and it’s not going well. She hasn’t figured out they have her paying more than her fair share of the bills. She’s the only cleaning up most of the time. The girl she shares a room with often has her boyfriend spending the night, and more than once Lee has been woken up by subtle (and some very NOT subtle) propositions for a threesome. She spends a lot of time trying to find a place to sleep unmolested.

Her personality is very quiet, shy, anxious. She rarely interacts with people outside of “familiar and safe” zones, so she’s a little awkward when conversations don’t start with “Hi, how can I help you today!” or if she’s in a new unexpected situation. In the back of her head she still thinks all strangers are dangers, and that everyone is trying to do terrible things, but she’s trying so hard to get AWAY from that mindset, she’s over compensating and letting all the crazy in. Her inexperience is very obvious.

Cries when she gets upset or frustrated or angry.

She hates going anywhere alone and will pester her brother to take her if it’s not a place she’s been to a million times.

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