The jury was told that at the same time he was sending messages to the alleged victim about their sexual encounter, he was also in touch with his girlfriend, Miss Flounders about their baby daughter.
At 6.37pm his girlfriend sent him a message about their baby daughter: "How cute is she here?
So, he sent me a couple more episodes that were written, and I just kept being more and more in love with it. So, my character was whoever she was in the past, and then things happened. I like the idea that, in the back of her mind, he was always the one.
I was just getting over this really horrible heartbreak, and somehow everything I had gone through with it, I could put into this character. Mostly, I understood loving somebody you’re not supposed to love, or being in circumstances where you’re not supposed to love this person, or two people. There’s this other part of her that is real, as she became a wife and mother, and I don’t know if it ever goes. Do you think she’s always thought about her past, or did she completely set it aside and hope to never have to think about it again? But, you don’t always marry the love of your life, I supposed.
tells the story of Lucas Hood (Antony Starr), an ex-con and master thief who assumes the identity of the sheriff of Banshee, PA. Do you enjoy getting to show the two sides of your character, with her criminal past, and then her being a wife and mother now?