Verity wears very high end clothing, from all the best designers. However, her style is very casual. She is usually spotted in a plain shirt, skinny jeans, and high-tops. Her pride and joy is her leather jacket, and her nice hair. She does not wear jewelry. When she does, it's only earrings. She does not care for makeup, but will put on eyeliner and lipstick if she wants to look nice.
Verity causes trouble everywhere she goes. In class, she is never paying attention because she has given up, only going to school because her parents make her. She gets into fights a lot, mostly with people who talk bad about her and her friends. She isn't very snarky or sarcastic. She prefers to be straightforward and just present a clear insult or slap someone. Often, when someone says or does something she thinks is dumb, she'll just roll her eyes. She is very materialistic, looking down on people who don't have nice clothes and who use "common people" drugs such as weed and cigarettes, even her friends. However, she doesn't let these prejudices cloud her views. She genuinely cares for her friends, and is always willing to lend them an ear or a shoulder to cry on. She is also somewhat generous, donating last season's clothes to the poor when she grows tired of them.
Verity was born into an extremely image-obsessed family May 13, 1998'. Her father being a wine distributor and her mother being the head of a public relations firm, she was expected to be the perfect daughter of one of those upper class families.
For a while, she was content. However, as she entered middle school, she grew unhappy. Her parents were dragging her out to charity balls every other week, causing her to miss out on homework, which made her fall behind in classes. Additionally, there were no kids of her age at these events, so she had to hang out with the teenagers or the toddlers. She originally played with the little kids, but as she entered high school, she started hanging out with the older ones. They were the ones who originally offered her alcohol, beginning what the press called a downward spiral. Her alcohol use only grew from there.
As she entered high school, the work load became so much that she began using amphetamines to enhance her performance. Her parents knew about her drug use, but were too busy with their social lives and work to do anything about it. The only thing they did was stop taking her to events, more so to stop gossip than to keep her away from the bad kids.
During this time, she made her Lebeaux misfit friends and began painting. To enhance her art, she began taking drugs such as LSD every once in a while. And she's been here ever since.
David and Marina Schwartz are Verity's parents. While they both care for Verity, they are obsessed with their social lives and gossip. This caused a rift between them and their daughter, who despises anything having to do with gossip. They try to turn her into the perfect daughter, but every time they do, she turns further into drugs and pushes them away because she feels that they don't really care about her.
this will be done later once the group dynamic as been established
Verity identifies as pansexual.
The only drugs she consumes are pills on occasion and lots of alcohol.
Verity thinks she is the most sexually active of her friends, having sex with people of all genders (sober, of course, she has standards) day and night.
Verity's my addition to the Lebeaux misfits. I thought it would be fun to play a character who has potential, but is wasting it away. She's really rude and snobby, even to the people she loves, but she genuinely cares most of the time. She has great artistic talent and can be smart, but no one knows because she doesn't believe in herself. It's going to be really fun to play her.