Dating status- No one really knows…
Flaw- Very eclectic, always seeming to be trapped in her own little world, tends to push people away, and a drug problem.
Family - Diamond's father is one of the most successful hit-man for one of the major mob bosses, so her family is really well off.
Biography- Diamond used to be that happy, bubbly, ready to talk to everyone even if she had to go out of her way, kind of girl. She used to be relatable and friends with everyone. She even used to be extremely interested in her family's business, wanting to somehow walk in her father's footsteps. But something happened that no one is quite sure about. And that something made her disappear for over a year. And when she came back, Diamond definitely wasn’t the same girl. The once relatable and bubbly girl was now closed off, and well, for lack of a better term, weird. She now, instead of hanging out with friends, spends her summers hitchhiking across the country and the rest of her time tripping on drugs, ‘freeing her mind’ as she would call it. She is now really strange, often speaking in riddle or rhyme. Diamond can often be found picking daisies in Central park, skipping along the streets of New York, swinging on swings, or drawing sidewalk chalk drawings in the middle of busy sidewalks. Her strange behavior makes most people afraid to talk to her, but those who try and get close to her Diamond tends to push away, saying that she needs to live this life alone. But deep down, that girl she used to be, that girl who was cheerful and relatable and bubbly is still inside her. Hopefully someone can get through to Diamond and make her face whatever happened that made her disappear and bring that girl she used to be back…
looks- Lily Allen
portrayed by- Open
[I wasn’t sure if you wanted a story with the tryout, so… I wrote one anyways just incase you did want one; so enjoy!]
I look around me and noticed I'm alone in the playground, as I always am nowadays, but that's perfectly okay. I reach into my bag, pulling out an ecstasy pill and popping it in my mouth, taking a sip of water. I want to experience this life from a different perspective, open my mind, and free it from.. well, from what people expect.
I sit back down on the swing, swinging lightly, closing my eyes and waiting for the drug to kick in. Once I start to feel dizzy, I start to swing again, going higher and higher in the air until I feel like I'm flying. I know, it's a little strange to see a seventeen year old girl swinging on a swing by herself, but trust me that feeling, the one where you feel like you're flying through the air, is liberating, freeing and beyond words.
I hop off the swing, landing on the ground, smiling to myself. I start to walk down the sidewalk and through alphabet city, looking around at everything I see. The colors and patterns and sights and sounds all mix together into one, big, and crazy mix.. The mix I like to call my life.
I sigh, looking up at the building ahead of me, feeling dizzy. I take in a deep breath, and start to walk into the building. Time for me to get back into the swing of things... time for me to get back to this thing most people call 'life'...