Kristeen, who was on the top bunk next to Sheena, chimed in, “We’re not even using your stuff.”
“What’s with all the noise? Can’t you let me sleep?” One of the girls woke up and rolled over, covering
her head with a blanket.
Jadie reassured, “It’s fine, Claire, really. They’ve already used it. Let it go. Don’t get upset. My brother
will buy me more when they run out.”
In the dim light, it was difficult to discern Jadie’s expression. Judging by her tone, there didn’t seem to
be any discontent, so the issue was dropped. Everyone knew Jadie for her good- natured temperament
and her rare involvement in arguments.
Jadie retrieved a few brand-new skincare products from under the cabinet and handed them to Claire.
“You can have these. Consider these a gift. Don’t be mad anymore.”
“I can’t accept them. They’re too expensive!”
“Shh, let’s not wake them up again.”
Jadie grabbed her clothes and headed to the bathroom. After a quick shower, she put on her pajamas
and applied a heating pad. She even placed a hot water bag on her bed. By the time. Claire returned
from brushing her teeth, Jadie was already fast asleep.
The next day, Jadie didn’t join the morning run because of her period. When Claire came back from the
run, she gently touched Jadie’s forehead while Jadie was still sound asleep and noticed Jadie’s body
temperature was low. Something was not wrong.
“Jadie, are you okay? I’ll go find the dorm staff.”
“No… there’s no need. I’m just in a lot of pain. I’ll take some painkillers.” Jadie propped herself up in
bed and noticed her nightgown, the one Sheena had worn, lying on her blanket. She frowned at it but
kept her thoughts to herself.
After taking the painkillers, Jadie asked, “Could you do me a favor? Since we’ll only have a self- study
session today, could you apply for leave on my behalf?”
Claire asked, “What about breakfast? Aren’t you going to eat?”
Jadie shook her head. “I’m not hungry. Thank you, Claire. If it weren’t for you, I wouldn’t
know what to do.”
“It’s okay. Just rest well,” Claire replied.
In the bathroom, two dorm mates who had just returned from the morning run were brushing their teeth.
One of them commented, “Claire acts like a complete pushover. Jadie gave her a few gifts, and now
she’s acting like Jadie’s personal servant.”
The other person sneered, “What a joke. She sold herself for some skincare products, Who knows if
they’re even genuine? She might end up damaging her face.”
The bathroom door was left ajar, and it seemed like they purposely spoke loudly enough for Jadie and
Claire to overhear. Claire felt the urge to confront them, but Jadie intervened. “Don’t bother. The exams
are approaching. It’s not worth it.”
Ventropolis High School strictly enforced a rule that any student involved in a fight would face
immediate expulsion. Now, they were in the most critical phase of their academic journey, and they
couldn’t afford to let this minor incident disrupt their progress.
The news of Jadie being assaulted spread like wildfire throughout the entire grade in less than a day. If
it had been someone else, the students at Ventropolis High School might not have paid much attention.
However, the victim in this case happened to be the stunning and accomplished Jadie White. After all,
she had recently been selected as the student representative to deliver a speech, making it difficult for
people to forget her.
Madelyn only learned about Jadie’s mistreatment when Forrest confronted her. And there went her
lunch and practice papers once again…
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