Alyssa E. Williams
Works as a waitress at a local restaurant; a student at the university, training to become a mechanic.
Remy, due to the way she was raised, is a pretty tough young woman. Though she is often times polite and respectful, she doesn't talk much and it can come off as a bit rude. A girl that puts her family and studies first, she is quick to refuse to do anything she does not want to do, and keeps her mind focused on her responsibilities. When it comes to things like love and friendship, Remy believes in keeping her friends close but her enemies closer, and she does not believe in true love. With a strategic mind such as hers, she enjoys finding ways to stab back at her opponents.
Alyssa Etremia Williams, most often called 'Remy' for short, was born and raised in an apartment in Miami, along with her older sister and older brother, and two younger sisters. Her family was very poor, and though they relied on help from others a lot, her parents always taught them to never pity themselves and to take pride in the little that they did have. Her father rarely had a job, and the children could sense that their father was perhaps doing something he shouldn't have been doing, because he would spontaneously take them out to the movies or the fair, when they knew he did not have the money to do so. The children could often hear the quiet arguments between their parents, but their parents would never discuss it in front of them.
Soon enough, their parents seperated. After the seperation was announced, no one brought it up again. Remy's mother began to work even harder than before, and it was difficult for her to keep watch over her children. Once Remy reached highschool, her A+ grades went down to Cs. In tenth grade, she lost her virginity to a boyfriend she hated, her older brother began selling drugs, and her older sister became addicted to these drugs and had moved in with a man that abused her. Remy watched as her mother's will-power slowly started to break down. She knew that her younger sisters were counting on her to be a good role-model to them. Thus, she left her boyfriend, cleaned up her act, and got a job as a waitress.
Once she graduated, Remy was accepted into a college nearby. She took out loans (though she dreaded it), and kept her waitress job to pay off these loans. Right now she is trying to enjoy life the best she can, while protecting her family.