7. Getting Out
My parents FINALLY came and filled out the papers and payed the cost to bail me out. Now, all I have to to is confront Victoria for leaving me behind in jail. In this condition she's in, it wouldn't be a problem to take her down. I walked to her house and heard yelling. I knocked on the door to see a young man appear. Is he Victoria's new boyfriend?
"Hi, who are you?" the guy asked.
"Sam, an old friend of Vic. Who are you?" I asked.
"Max, her brother. Um... come in." he let me in and I soon figured out the yelling was from a movie.
"So... where's Victoria?" I asked.
"Upstairs in her room." he said. Shit, where is her room. I walked upstairs and knocked on the first door. No answer. Second door. No answer. Third door. No answer. The next was a bathroom. The final door. I knocked on it. When there was no answer, I barged in to see Victoria asleep. She looked so peaceful, to bad I have to wake her up from her slumber. I shook her roughly, no reply. I played loud music in her ear. No reply. How do you wake her up?! An idea popped into my head. I went and got a glass of cold, ice cold, water and went back into her room. I poured the water on her and she shot up.
"WHAT THE FUCK?!" she yelled. She looked at me and sat there with wide eyes and was frozen.
"Well, there was no way I could wake you up, so I did that." I replied.
"Why are you here?" she asked calmly.
"To pay you a little visit. You shouldn't have left me at the jail house." I smirked evilly. I guess she knew what I meant and scrambled to get up, but was to late because I pinned her down.
I abused her until she was close to fainting. I walked out of her room and left to go home.