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|Aidan Gale O'Doyle|
|Birthday:||October 13, 1992|
|Address:||19/G Pierce Avenue, Lebeaux|
Aidan is very attractive and has a bit of a body image complex which leads him to constantly compare himself to other people. He spends hours a day working out in his gym, and he spends a lot of money on protein shakes and diet supplements to keep himself in shape. His fitness and spending time at the gym takes up a lot of his time.
His fashion sense, however, is usually just expensive brands worn for the effect of looking rich. He spends more time than most guys dressing himself up and checking himself out in the mirror to make sure his appearance is on point. For a while, he had a hired stylist but she eventually quit after he kept hitting on her.
Aidan is the sort of spoilt, rich kid who has never had to worry about hard work or consequences in his life. Throughout school, people always liked him because he had the newest stuff and the coolest house. His dad was a powerful, rich man and his superiority complex and boastful, arrogant nature rubbed off on Aidan, and he never really encountered a problem with it. He was constantly loud, interrupting and self-centered, wanting attention on him, regardless of how much trouble it got him in. His teachers eventually became frustrated with him and gave up, meaning that Aidan was able to sink down into lower grades, and leading to a hatred of going to school. When he was expelled from school at the end of his junior year, he had no motivation to go back and graduate, choosing instead to live off his dad’s money.
Nowadays, he’s still attention-seeking, spoilt and carefree. He likes controlling people, and it helps with the amount of money he has. He spends most of his time keeping himself entertained with cocaine, prostitutes, parties and meaningless hook-ups. He’s grown used to the fact that many people only like him for his money and he uses this to his advantage. He gets turned on by power and likes the feeling of being superior and outwitting people. He is still witty and arrogant, despite never finishing school. His lower grades mainly came from him not getting the attention and purposely not doing work for the negative attention it gave him. He is very charismatic, but also very conceited and boastful. He feels that people should be more like him and that they want to be him, but his empathy skills have never been that on point.
Aidan was born in Barfield in 1992, after his father, a powerful CEO knocked up a secretary whom he had been coercing into having sexual relations with him. Patricia, the secretary, ended up threatening to sue Aidan's father for sexual assault charges if he didn't cover the costs of the child and occasionally visit the child, and not wanting a scandal, he agreed. Aidan was born, surrounded by only his mother and his Aunt Alison, as his father hadn't bothered to show up and the rest of his mother's family had abandoned her, labeling her a slut for getting pregnant with her boss's baby.
Still, Sean O'Doyle followed through on the promise to pay for his son's expenses and so Aidan and his mother Patricia, lived a life of luxury in a penthouse apartment with expensive furniture and an endless stream of new things. Aidan had loads of friends in elementary school because he always had cool things and kids loved spending time at his house because they were allowed to do almost anything. Aidan liked it because it always made him more important than the other kids who didn't have new stuff like him. Despite being warned repeatedly by his mother that some of the kids only liked him for his dad's money and not himself, Aidan continued to let kids use him as long as they kept him company.
This trait continued throughout high school. He was rarely ever without a girlfriend in high school, even if his girlfriends were of the gold-digging variety. He scared a lot off however, when he would ask them to meet his father, as he repeatedly tried to please him, to no success. Sean O'Doyle remained insistent that he wanted nothing to do with his son or his son's mother, and would constantly belittle Aidan's mother whenever he talked about her. Aidan picked up on this and started repeating the words he heard his dad say, calling his mother a selfish bitch and a philandering whore.
He also started acting out in school, regularly insulting and belittling his teachers, especially the female ones, often gaining loud uproars of attention from the class, which he loved. It was the stark contrast to time spent with his father when his statements would usually be dismissed with a nod and a 'uh huh, that's great' without looking up from his computer. His mother ran out of ways to control him, not wanting to push him away more than she already had, and so she struggled to keep up with him. When Aidan eventually got expelled from school at the end of his junior year, his mother showed a lot of concern and offered to get him into another school in Barfield, when he told her to 'fuck off and stop trying so hard' before moving in with his father.
Unbeknownst to him, his father wanted no part in him living at his house, and absolutely hated having to put up with Aidan's wild parties and prostitutes making a mess of his house. As a gift, and also a means of making him leave, Sean bought his son an apartment for his eighteenth birthday, and Aidan has been living there ever since, where he can do whatever he wants. He has parties whenever he can, and when he can't, he'll go out and find parties.
Aidan's father, Sean O'Doyle, is a very powerful businessman who owns a chain of hotels, The Crowne Hotels. He moved around a lot between the states, before staying in Barfield for a while to help build that hotel into the one it is today. While he was there, he knocked up one of his secretaries and was blackmailed into paying for the child's needs and occasionally visiting him, lest she press charges against him for sexual harassment in the workplace.
Aidan would always brag about how great his father was when he was in school, but other than the narrative he told himself and the other kids, Sean never actually acted like this. He wanted out of this contract, and wanted to distance himself from his son, but was unfortunately stuck. It wasn't like the boy's mother didn't have evidence anyway. Up until he was eighteen, Aidan would only see his father every second weekend and occasionally he would get to see his father's relatives.
Aidan's mother, Patricia Hale, was working as a secretary in the early nineties, trying to make an independent living for herself when she was forced into an abusive relationship with her boss who threatened to fire her and sue her if she ever told a soul about their 'relationship.' She decided that the only way she could get solid evidence that his lawyers couldn't discredit was with a pregnancy, so she stopped taking her birth control. Once she found out that Sean was willing to pay her large amounts of money to stay quiet, she decided to keep the baby, eventually giving birth to Aidan, and spending her time lavishing in the money she got from him.
Although she did love Aidan as a child, she often found him hard to control and didn't know how to cope with him as he grew older and more disobedient. She soon found that telling him she loved him had no effect on his rebellious self and that he had picked up way too many of his father's qualities. Aidan constantly talked down to his mother after spending time with his father, and Patricia grew to regret that section of their legal agreement, but knew it was too late to stop Aidan seeing his dad.
Aidan moved out of home after he turned eighteen and got his own apartment in Lebeaux as a birthday present. He told his mother to fuck off out of his life, while continuing to try and win his father's approval. Even though he doesn't see it that way, his mother still unconditionally loves him, even if she finds it hard to at times.
Aidan's friends are mostly just temporary flings that hang around until they get bored and Aidan likes it this way.
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