Having said that, Marguerite got up from the ground, clutching her belly and ran into her bedroom. She quickly packed her things and came out.
She didn’t have a suitcase, so all her belongings were stuffed into a clear plastic bag.
She changed out of her dress and into a sweatshirt and sneakers, clothes she often washed.
As she walked past Frederick, she was like a proud swan in daylight, not sparing him a glance.
At this moment, Laverine walked in from outside.
She had been to the cheap apartment where she and Marguerite used to live. They were kicked out when they couldn’t pay rent, but their stuff remained in the apartment.
Before Marguerite turned 18, Laverine would take her to a photo studio to take a picture every year. There were 18 photos in total.
This time Laverine went to retrieve these 18 photos.
Each photo was labeled “Marguerite Age XX Memorial“, they could all be used to prove her identity.
Laverine had brought them all back, ready to show Frederick when the time came.
As soon as she got home, she saw Marguerite walking out with a plastic bag in a determined manner.
Laverine immediately grabbed her hand, “Where are you going? What happened to you? How did you hurt your hand?”
Seeing her grandmother, Marguerite felt like crying again.
She could leave without a backward glance, but she couldn’t bear leaving her grandmother.
Marguerite was stopped by Laverine in the middle of the living room. Seeing this, Chuck was afraid Frederick would get angry again.
So he lowered his voice, sweating profusely, and explained to Laverine, “Ma’am, Mr. Winston has kicked Ms. Lockwood out. He’s really pissed right now. Let’s let her leave first, then we’ll figure out what to do.”
Laverine was shocked.
Frederick wanted to kick Marguerite out?
This was unacceptable!
She didn’t care if Frederick would get mad, she asked loudly, “If you kick her out, where will she stay?”
“That’s not my problem.”
Frederick’s face was gloomy, his eyes cold and murderous.
“Grandma, don’t worry about me. You take good care of yourself at home, remember to go to the hospital for a check–up every three days.”
Marguerite couldn’t take Laverine with her, she had nothing now, not even a place to stay.
Her grandmother could stay in the villa, although she would miss her, at least she would have a place to live and someone to take care of her.
After saying this, Marguerite tried to squeeze past Laverine to the door, but Laverine gripped her wrist tighter, “You’re not going anywhere!”
The man’s eyes were terrifying at this moment, but Laverine dared to confront him, “Did you two fight again? Over what?”
Frederick clenched his lips, looking even more displeased.
Seeing this, Chuck was so nervous his legs were shaking.
She’s really fearless!
Mr. Winston was already so mad, how could she still dare to poke the bear?
Chuck immediately went to Laverine, and quickly whispered in her ear, “Ma’am, it’s more than just a fight this time! Please don’t get angry, try to say less. You’re not her real grandmother, be careful not to get yourself involved.”
More than just a fight?
Is there a more serious problem?
Laverine looked at Marguerite, holding her wrist tightly, and asked softly. “Tell me, is this problem related to Yuna again?”
The deep sadness and pain made Marguerite feel like her throat was blocked by a stone, unable to speak.
Observing Marguerite’s reaction, Laverine already had an answer in her mind.
It seemed that Yuna is up to her old tricks again!
She had chosen to ignore the previous few conflicts for various reasons.
But today’s misunderstanding had escalated to the point of wanting to kick her beloved granddaughter out of the villa.
She had had enough!
Wasn’t Yuna just acting recklessly because she had taken Marguerite’s place?
Today she was going to show Frederick just how wrong and ridiculous he had been.
She reached into her pocket and tightly gripped the envelope full of photos. Holding Marguerite’s hand, she walked up to Frederick and looked at him sternly.
“Frederick, you should take a look at these photos I brought before deciding to kick Marguerite out!”