Allegedly by Tiffany D. Jackson (Mary Addison (When she gets angry at…
Allegedly by Tiffany D. Jackson
Mary Addison is a 16 year old girl who is living in a group home because she "killed" a baby girl named Alyssa.
When she gets angry at people she talks to herself in her head. The things she says it's like she's trying to convince herself not to do something stupid.
Don't kill her. Don't. Kill. Her.
She keeps saying "I didn't mean to throw her."
She thinks about Alyssa all the time. When she talks about Alyssa she seems almost obsessed.
Everyone is always saying that Mary is trouble. They say that she is weird and that they knew she was trouble from the beginning.
Mary asked her mom to tell people the truth.
Mary was beaten by her mother and stepfather Ray. She said that she thought her mom would beat her longer because she was trying to impress Ray.
Ted is an 18 year old boy that volunteers at the same old peoples home as Mary. Ted is Mary's boyfriend.
Was involved with a gang. That's how he ended up on probation and in a group home like Mary. He didn't want to tell Mary how he got into trouble.
He never pushed Mary to do anything she didn't want to. He was always very patient with her.
Ted also lives in a group home.
Ted seems happy about the baby.
Winter's is Mary's probation officer.
Mary doesn't think he likes her.
He told Mary that she would have to give the baby up for adoption.
He doesn't know that Ted is the father of the baby.
Mary's Mom. She is very involved with the church and comes to see Mary every other Sunday at 2:35pm.
She seems really fake. She doesn't seem concerned about Mary at all. She only wants to talk about herself.
Mary said that her mom had "days". What does she mean by that? Don't we all have days?
Seems to want someone to always take care of her and shes not concerned about anyone but herself.
She even turned her back on Mary when Alyssa died. She said that Mary was evil and that she was sure the devil was inside of her.
Dawn had husband named Ray he would try to sneak into Mary's room, but Mary always fought him off.