Neysa Floss (Amy Ferguson) is the hidden (tragic) villainess of "Syruptitious", episode 1.02 of Battle Creek (airdate March 8, 2015). She was the wife of Eddie Floss, who worked as part of an illegal syrup selling cartel. When Eddie was found dead in the forest, having been drowned in syrup, Neysa expressed heartbreak at her husband's death and claimed that she believed the cartel's leader, Julio McFarland, was responsible for Eddie's death.
Later on, though, Julio was proven innocent in Eddie's murder and Holly Dale revealed to Russ Angew that Neysa was wearing a concealer with a yellow base when she came in to ask about Eddie's body. This served as the reveal that Neysa had been being abused by Eddie, as someone with Neysa's skin tone wou…Read more >
Courtney Crimsen (Michele Selene Ang) is a recurring (later redeemed) villainess from the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why (based off the 2007 Jay Asher book of the same name). She was a student at Liberty High and was shown to be an ambitious and popular student. Her backstory isn't revealed in the book, while the series establishes her as being the adopted daughter of same-sex couple Steve and Todd Crimsen.
Like her book counterpart, Courtney also became friends with fellow classmate Hannah Baker, and eventually came to help her in a plan to deal with classmate Tyler Down, who was taking pictures of Hannah through her bedroom window. In the book, Courtney and Hannah's plan was to allow Tyler to photograph Courtney massaging Hannah in an allu…Read more >
Alisha Myles aka Alisha Maracle (Carly Pope) is a recurring villainess from the sixth and final season of Republic of Doyle. She was the girlfriend of crime boss Vick Saul, first appearing in episode 6.03, "Smash Derby", as Vick had Jake Doyle follow her as part of a debt he repaying to him on behalf of Sloan Daniels.
Alisha later joined her husband in giving Jake orders, threatening to kill Sloan if he didn't do as she said, displaying a ruthless and sadistic persona as she had Jake track down who was stealing guns from Vick in episode 6.07, "When the Whistle Blows". Eventually, however, Jake was able to deduce that Alisha had been behind the gun robbery, doing so in an attempt to frame Vick and take over her husband's operations. Detective …Read more >
Sloan Daniels (Lola Tash) is a recurring character and hidden (redeemed and remorseful) villainess from Republic of Doyle. She was a juvenile delinquent who first appeared in Season 5, encountering the Doyles and being rescued by them when she became involved in a murder case. Sloan was ultimately taken under the Doyle family's wing, with episode 5.08, "Young Guns" having Sloan have a DNA test run on Jake's razor, leading to a shocking revelation: he was Sloan's father.
But as revealed over the course of the season, Sloan was still up to her criminal ways, considering with her boyfriend Luke Jacobs to sell knock-off fashion accessories after borrowing money from notorious crime boss Vick Saul. When the police raided the warehouse where thei…Read more >
Felicity Shepherd (Kelly Kruger) is a hidden villainess from "If the Shoe Fits", episode 5.14 of Republic of Doyle (airdate January 29, 2014). Little was known about her backstory, other than how she had a lengthy criminal history, with her crimes including robberies and heists. Felicity was previously caught by Toronto detective Bill Murdoch, later taking a deal to avoid prison time. Murdoch later attempted to help Felicity leave her criminal life behind, only for him to lose his job under suspicion of working with her.
But prior to the episode, Felicity committed another robbery, partnering up with medical examiner Simon Eagleson to steal two million dollars from a bank. But when Simon learned that Felicity had fled to Newfoundland with a…Read more >
Sydney Morrison (Cara Gee) is the hidden (tragic and redeemed) villainess of "Brothers in Arms", episode 5.10 of Republic of Doyle (airdate December 11, 2013). She was a former Government Intelligence agent and notorious hacker who was known as "The Master Plumber", using her abilities to help the less fortunate. Her actions included transferring money from the bank accounts of CEOs to children's hospitals and even acting in defense against a cyber attack. The government eventually began to suspect Sydney of being the hacker, resulting in her being forced out of the agency.
The episode's events had Sydney fleeing from Corporal Jimmy O'Rourke, with Sydney getting away in the car of Jake Doyle, having been coming to meet Jake under the preten…Read more >
Gabriela Del Toro (Emmanuelle Vaugier) is the hidden (redeemed) villainess of "Bon Cop, Bueno Cop", the Season 5 premiere of Republic of Doyle (airdate October 2, 2013). She was a Mexican police officer who encountered Jake Doyle when he was forcibly taken to Mexico by drug smuggler Carlos Romero. Gabriela had Jake imprisoned for three months, but once she learned that Jake was from Newfoundland, she enlisted him to help her take down notorious Mexican kingpin Eli Kane, who was spreading his business over to Canada and starting in St. John's, with the two travelling to Newfoundland to start their work.
But as revealed in the episode's climax, Gabriela was the wife and unwilling accomplice of Kane, forcing her to help him kill Jake to keep h…Read more >
Madeline Drake (Peggy Ann Garner; 1932-1984) is the plot-twist (tragic) main villainess from "Victim Four," episode 7.32 of Alfred Hitchcock Presents (airdate May 15, 1962). She is the wife of Joe Drake, who was worried about his wife's safety due to a series of murders committed by a killer dubbed "The Butcher."
Joe began to suspect Ralph Morrow, Madeline's former boyfriend, after Ralph visited Joe at the Drakes' home. The duo went out looking for Madeline, who was walking home when she heard someone behind her, prompting Madeline to run towards an alley. In the episode's climax, Joe arrived at the alley and found Madeline, only to discover his wife standing over Ralph's body and revealing that she killed him, showing her the knife she use…Read more >
The unnamed Robot Mother (Sonya Salomaa) is the main villainess from "The Perfect Brother," episode 1.20 of The Haunting Hour (airdate April 30, 2011). She and her unnamed husband are the parents of protagonists Josh and Matt.
As shown early in the episode, the mother expected perfection from Josh and Matt, and while their grades were revealed, she expressed extreme disappointment and even verbal abuse in response, even though Josh received straight Bs and Matt had an A- as part of his straight As. When Matt was having problems and becoming ill, the mother took him home to rest and callously ignored Josh's pleas for his brother to be hospitalized. Josh and Matt later overhear their parents saying that "the experiment failed," and while the f…Read more >
Dr. Annie Price (Mayko Nguyen) is a hidden villainess from "Popeye Doyle", episode 2.02 of Republic of Doyle (airdate January 19, 2011). She was the doctor at H.M. Penitentiary and the secret lover of prisoner Jim Foley.
Foley was involved in the robbery of an ancient diamond necklace, with his conspirators being brothers and fellow in-mates Billy and Tommy Haynes. After being arrested and jailed, Billy and Tommy went to Annie and enlisted her in a plot to escape prison, threatening to kill Foley if she didn't comply. Annie went about breaking the men out by faking their deaths, drugging them with propofol so they would temporarily appear dead and doctoring autopsy reports for them.
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Chloe Carson (Ryann Shane) is a villainess from "My Funny Valentine," episode 1.14 of Blue Bloods (airdate February 9, 2011). She is the daughter of wealthy couple Elaine and Roger Carson, and in the beginning of the episode, Chloe was shown being abducted by a mysterious kidnapper.
Detectives Danny Reagan and Jackie Curatola were on the case, which had the kidnapper contactiong Roger and demanding $5 million in diamonds in exchange for Chloe's safety. However, as the episode progressed, Danny figured out that Chloe was in on her own kidnapping, and she colluded her boyfriend, Drew Leland, and a graffiti artist known as Taze to stage her own abduction. In a twist, though, Drew is found shot to death, as it was revealed that Taze killed Drew…Read more >
Theresa Harris (Alex Paxton-Beesley) is the hidden (tragic and remorseful) main villainess of "Fathers and Sons", the first episode of Republic of Doyle (airdate January 6, 2010). She was the wife of Brian Harris, who ran a party boat business alongside Theresa's sister, Laura Dawe; a business that was also used as a front by Brian and Laura to sell drugs.
Theresa was also revealed as an adulteress, as she was having an affair with Benny Natche, who worked as a DJ for Brian; with their relationship resulting in Theresa becoming pregnant with Benny's child. One night, Brian learned the truth behind his wife's pregnancy and her affair with Benny, leading him to attack Benny. In defense of Benny's life, Theresa struck Brian in the head, killin…Read more >
Sister Hyde (Martine Beswick) was the villain in the 1971 horror film, "Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde).
When Dr. Henry Jekyll (Ralph Bates) attempted to create an elixir of life using female hormones stolen from fresh corpses, he transformed into the gorgeous but evil alter-ego, Sister Hyde.
Sister Hyde's appearance is the source of jealousy by Susan Spencer (Susan Brodrick), a young woman who was in love with Jekyll. Jekyll referred to Hyde as his widowed sister.
The serum to maintain her female appearance required the use of female cadavers, which was obtained by murderers Burke and Hare. However, Jekyll soon found that he needed fresh bodies, and he began finding that in a number of London women.
Jekyll was being controled by Sister Hyde to …Read more >
Lisa (Lola Albright; 1924-2017) is the plot-twist tragic villainess from "The Woman Who Wanted to Live," episode 7.18 of Alfred Hitchcock Presents (airdate February 6, 1962).
Lisa was shown driving up to a gas station, where Ray Bardon shot and killed the attendant during a robbery attempt. Upon seeing Lisa, Ray holds her at gunpoint and forced her to drive to safety. During the drive, one of the tires goes flat, which would have given Lisa the perfect chance to escape. Instead, she decides to change the tire, doing so while Ray was asleep in the back. While doing so, Lisa is hassled by a street gang, which Ray saves her from. After this, they continue driving until the reach a motel.
In the episode's climax, Lisa and Ray get a room togethe…Read more >
Prisha Chandra is the hidden (tragic and remorseful) villainess of "Buzz Kill", case #16 of Criminal Case: The Conspiracy, the 5th season of the crime solving game Criminal Case (release date May 3, 2018). She was the business partner of Beckett Blanton, the founder of skincare brand Beckett's Bumblebees, acting as the financial manager of the company.
When Beckett was found dead on the roof of the company, Prisha appeared shocked when she was informed by the player and Gloria Hayes. When questioned further, Prisha stated that Beckett's murder likely wasn't related to his work due to how well-established their business was and expressed worry at having to run the company by herself.
But as revealed later on in the investigation, Prisha's rela…Read more >
Adelia Baldwin is the main (tragic) villainess of "One Dead More", case #57 of Criminal Case: Mysteries of the Past, the 4th season of the crime solving game Criminal Case (release date December 21, 2017). She was first introduced in case #3, "In The Line Of Fire", as the wealthy daughter of Commissioner Talmadge Baldwin, who was subsequently murdered in case #33, "Hold Your Tongue". She was also the mother to her infant son Paris, raising him on her own after her fiancee Otis Kidd was murdered during "In The Line Of Fire" and her family disowned her for having a child out of wedlock.
In "One Dead More", Adelia was found to be living in the homeless camp set up in Concordia's Crystal Palace, having lost her home following her father's death…Read more >
Mildred Takakura is a villainess (tragic and redeemed) from "Resistance is Fatal", case #56 of Criminal Case: Mysteries of the Past, the 4th season of the crime solving game Criminal Case (release date December 14, 2017). She was the niece of Judge Satoshi Takakura and a member of the Resistance movement against Concordian's corrupt new mayor, Justin Lawson.
Mildred was approached by the player and Isaac Bontemps during their investigation into the death of Resistance member Dylan Mitvok, as a letter was recovered from Satoshi to Mildred, begging his niece to leave the Resistance and return to her engineering studies. When questioned about the letter, Mildred revealed that her uncle had had her convinced to leave the Resistance to return to …Read more >
Carrie Wells (Poppy Montgomery) is the main protagonist of the crime drama Unforgettable. In the finale of the show's fourth and final season, "Paranoid Android" (airdate January 22, 2016), she appeared as a villainess.
In 2006, following her departure from the Syracuse police department and her breakup from her boyfriend and partner Al Burns, Carrie was recruited by the CIA for her memory recall abilities (hyperthymesia). She was also a part of a group of agents tasked with assassinating a rogue NSA agent, who had been leaking classified information to the enemy.
But in actuality, Carrie and her fellow recruits were being brainwashed by Dr. Edward Wythe, who used a combination of psyciatric drugs to plant false memories into their minds to …
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'Martha Roberts (Dendrie Taylor) is the main protagonist and redeemed villainess from "#1 Fan," the second episode of NCIS: New Orleans fourth season (airdate October 3, 2017). She was introduced as a protege of Dwayne Pride, despite only meeting on one occasion back in 2002.
Martha appeared at NCIS headquarters just as Pride was heading to meet Laurel at the gulf for their father-daughter fishing trip. She approached Pride for help regarding the case of missing Petty Officer Lindsay Kirk, after hearing about her disappearance on a police scanner, and she informed Pride of her belief that she was abducted by a serial killer of women, who she nicknamed "Mr. Lonesome." Despite Martha's continuous insistence, Pride turns her down and heads on …Read more >
Robyn Ash is the main (tragic) villainess of "Murder on the Dance Floor", case #15 of Criminal Case: The Conspiracy, the 5th season of the crime solving game Criminal Case (release date April 26, 2018). She was a partygoer who was among the first questioned in regards to the murder of Kalua Kaboom, a popular DJ.
While Robyn initially appeared to be a fan of Kalua and claimed she hadn't noticed anything weird about Kalua prior to her death, a vandalized promotional T-shirt showed that Robyn had been angry at Kalua. When questioned by the player and David Jones, Robyn revealed that she had hired Kalua to perform at her recent 21st birthday party, and it was during the party that Kalua's erratic music and lights caused one of her friends to ha…Read more >
Nadine Bancroft (Sara Lindsey) is the main villainess from "Krewe," episode 3.21 of NCIS: New Orleans (airdate April 18, 2017). She is the daughter of weapons company owner Justis Bancroft.
A few years before the episode's events, Nadine and her close friend, Dr. Emma Miller, visited a shared friend of theirs, Josephine Bellacroix, during their volunteer mission to Sudan. The group was working on building a girls' school in the capital city of Khartoum, but at that moment, the Boko Haram terrorist group appeared and attacked the village and its people. The trio of women bore witness to the group's horrendous actions, and it was there that Nadine decided to mastermind a plan to smuggle guns to Sudan for the villagers.
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Dr. Emma Miller was a villainess from "Krewe," episode 3.21 of NCIS: New Orleans (airdate April 18, 2017). She was a physician for Doctors Without Borders, and was a member of the Bancroft Family Foundation of New Orleans.
Emma was close friends with Nadine Bancroft and Josephine Bellacroix, and a few years prior to the episode's events, Emma and Nadine visited Bellacroix during her military tour in Sudan. The women worked on building a girls' school in Khartoum, only for the Boko Haram terrorist group to attack the village and its people. The trio of women bore witness to the group's horrendous actions, leading to Emma agreeing to collude with her friends to steal guns to send to the villagers.
The trio took the guns from Nadine's father's we…Read more >
Josephine Bellacroix was a villainess from "Krewe," episode 3.21 of NCIS: New Orleans (airdate April 18, 2017). She was a First Lieutenant in the Marine Corps, and a close friend of Nadine Bancroft and Dr. Emma Miller.
Bellacroix was part of a tour in Somalia and Sudan years prior, with Nadine and Emma visiting her at the latter country. While volunteering to build a girls' school in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum, they witnessed an attack on the villagers by the Boko Haram terrorist group, and bore witness to the group's murderous and horrendous actions. Seeing the villagers defenseless led to Bellacroix agreeing to collude Nadine and Emma to steal guns to send back to Sudan for the villagers to use for defense.
The trio took the guns fr…Read more >
The unnamed Battered Wife is the tragic villainess of Garth Brooks' controversial music video for The Thunder Rolls (released in 1991). She is the wife of an unnamed businessman (played by Garth Brooks himself), who is shown to be an adulterer in the video's opening, with him leaving his mistress at a hotel room to return home, despite her wanting him to stay with her.
As the wife began drinking as she waited up for her husband, she was shown to have a large bruise on her eye, revealing the businessman to also be a batterer. As she waited, however, the mistress called her illicit lover's house, with the wife becoming enraged when she answered the call and realized her husband was being unfaithful to her.
After checking on a gun inside a near…Read more >
Touko Natsume (Kyoko Tsuruno) is the villainess of "The Tenth Passenger", episode 8.08 and 8.09 of Case Closed (airdates July 31 and August 7, 2000). She was a resident of Kagekura Village and was a guide for the town's bonnet bus, which had recently begun being used to transport tourists into the village.
Seven years prior to the episode, however, the bus drove off a cliff in an accident caused by passenger Youichi Tezuka drunkenly punching Kouhei Moritsugu (Touko's father) as he attempted to stop him from harassing bus guide Kinu Komai. Kouhei and Youichi were killed as a result, and the suriviving passengers stayed quiet about what had happened out of shame for not standing up to Youichi.
Touko took a job as a bus guide to learn the truth …Read more >
Miss Cheevus (Marcia Gay Harden)
In the 1996 comedy 'Spy Hard'
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The flirty Secretary for the spy agency director first gets introduced when the main character, Dick Steele comes into the office for a lustful exchange of words and enuendos. Comically as they'r leaving the office Miss Cheevus is seductively laying across the table in hot red lingerie only to get little but no attention. After breifly being shown eavesdropping on a phone conversation on Dicks current status she is revealed to be a traitor, now by the side of the evil general. However this is short lived when informed that she's failed him due to the main protaganists still being alive. Her face drops in horror and pleas as she gets dragged away and thrown in the cage with the r…
Faith Woodford aka Mysteria is the tragic villainess of "Turn for the Worse", case #46 of Criminal Case: Mysteries of the Past, the 4th season of the crime solving game Criminal Case (release date October 5, 2017). She was a employee at the Wonderland Carnival, working as a bearded lady under the name "Mysteria".
Mysteria's backstory also revealed her true identity as Faith Woodford, the sister of Hope Woodford, who had been searching for her ever since she disappeared some years prior. In actuality, however, Faith and Hope's parents had had Faith institutionalized at the Gryphon Sanctuary, doing so out of disapproval of her desire to become an author. Whilst in the corrupt asylum, Faith was forcibly given drugs to give her hallucinations and…Read more >
Sidney Green was the tertiary (redeemed) villainess from "Ridicule," episode 3.10 of Law & Order: SVU (airdate December 14, 2001). She was the ex-wife of Andrew Green and an associate of defense attorney Pam Adler.
Sidney's brief backstory revealed that she and Andrew met when she was in rehab due to a painkiller addiction. As revealed by Andrew, the couple was fighting due to the fact that Sidney was using again, and it was during her bachelorette party that she participated in the rape of Peter Smith, a male stripper. The evil Sidney committed the rape along with Pam and another associate, Amelia Chase, and as a result, she was on the receiving end of a $5 million civil suit filed by Peter.
Sidney later planned on setlling and coming clea…Read more >
Mai Kogami (Mayumi Shou) is a villainess from "The Desperate Revival - The Third Choice" and "The Desperate Revival - The Black Knight", episodes 7.28 and 7.29 of Case Closed (airdates May 15 and 22, 2000). She was a clerk at Beika General Hospital, with her co-workers consisting of her former Teitan High School classmates and friends Yota Mitani, Yumemi Noda, and Kohei Kamata.
Mai's backstory revealed that she had also briefly gone out with Kohei, during which time she learned a dark secret of his: he had intentionally given a patient the wrong medication so that he would die, as the man's condition was contradictory to a theory he was planning to unveil at a scientific meeting. After hearing Kohei brag about his callous actions, a vengefu…Read more >
Joanna "J.J." Clark (Odette Annable) is the (redeemed) main villainess from the 2010 film, You Again.
The beginning of the film shows the backstory of Joanna Clark, who went by J.J. in high school. In 2002, J.J. was an "alpha female" mean girl at Ridgecrest High School, and her main target of her bullying was Marni Olsen (the film's main protagonist). The scenes show J.J. continuously tormenting Marni, which included an incident during the school's important basketball game, where J.J. pushed Marni (who was the team's mascot) into her ball player brother, Will, which cost them the game. Joanna's backstory also revealed that during her college years, she was engaged to her then-fiancee, Tim, only for Joanna to leave him at the altar.
In the t…
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Sandra Hwang was a hidden recurring villainess from Criminal Case: Mysteries of the Past. She was the Deputy Mayor of Concordia and the wife of Steven Hwang. She appeared within four murder investigations before being revealed as a villainess in case #42, "The Heart of the Matter" (release date September 6, 2017).
The case opened with Sandra being found murdered in her home, strangled to death and with her heart cut from her body. It was revealed that Sandra had attended a masked ball at the Douphol Mansion. In addition to creating conflict with party organizer Elisa Melody, Sandra's political ambitions were also causing a strain in her marriage to Steven.
Ultimately, however, Sandra's killer was revealed to be Larry Rochester. After being …Read more >
Birdie (Maxine Miller) is a (redeemed) villainess from "A Cup of Time," episode 1.04 of Friday the 13th: The Series (airdate October 24, 1987). She is a friend of Micki Foster, Ryan Dallion, and Jack Marshak in the episode.
Birdie was also shown to have harbored an crush on Jack, who politely rebuffs her advances. She was also revealed as an old friend of a woman named Sarah Barell, who disappeared some time before the episode's events. It was later revealed that Sarah had obtained a cursed teacup with "Swapper's Ivy," which gives the owner youth after the ivy kills whoever drinks out of the cup, and she used the object to become young and go into the music business as popular rock star Lady Die. Sarah had been killing homeless people in h…Read more >
Madam Xiang is the villainess of "Overkill", case #22 of Criminal Case: Mysteries of the Past, the 4th season of the crime solving game Criminal Case (release date April 20, 2017). She was a madam and the owner of a brothel in Concordia, appearing in two murder investigations before being revealed as a villainess in "Overkill".
The case saw the player and Maddie O'Malley investigating the murder of Italian mobster Joseph Dante, who was found poisoned to death with a makeshift sign claiming he was the "Scarlet Slayer", a serial killer who had been responsible for the murders of several Concordian prostitutes. Xiang was questioned by the detectives after it was discovered that Joseph was a regular client at Xiang's brothel. Xiang responded wi…Read more >
Susie Nottingham is the villainess of "Electrical Hazard", case #17 of Criminal Case: Mysteries of the Past, the 4th season of the crime solving game Criminal Case (release date March 16, 2017). She was a waitress and the daughter of Arnold Nottingham, a prominent Luddite and protestor of Concordia's World Exhibition.
Arnold was found dead in the Exhibition's Inventors' Hall, and when first informed about her father's death, Susie was dismayed and claimed that her father's beliefs about the Exhibition and inventions were true. Later on, a box of chocolates was found at the Exhibition, with hairs on it belonging to Susie. When questioned, the still grief-stricken Susie revealed that she had been meeting a gentleman at the Exhibition that mor…Read more >
'Ember (Jillian Bach) and Rowan (Kate Vernon) are the main villainesses from "The Witch in the Wardrobe," the antepenultimate episode of Bones fifth season (airdate May 6, 2010).
Rowan is the High Priestess of the Circle of Moonwick Coven, a group of white witches, which has Ember (real name Mary Harden Trent) as a member. Another member of the coven was Cheri Byrd, who went under the name Zephyra, who was later ex-communicated due to her use of black magic for profit. Zephyra's revealed offenses included placing a curse on the ex-wife of Murray Hudler (who paid Zephyra to do so as revenge for the ex-wife leaving him for their lawyer), and also placing a curse on real estate developer Mario Trivisonno, who attempted to buy her land. She had …Read more >
Portia Mills (Miku Graham) is a recurring character and hidden (remorseful) villainess from Seasons One and Two of Instant Star. She was the sister of Darius Mills, the owner of music company G Major, and the ex-wife of pop star turned manager Tommy Quincy. Portia made her debut in episode 1.02, "Come As You Are", where she struck up a friendship with Tommy's latest artist Jude Harrison (the series' main protagonist).
As shown in the Instant Star webisode, "Tommy and Portia", Tommy and Portia's relationship turned sour once Portia learned that Tommy had cheated on her with backup singer Angie Jones. Enraged at Tommy's betrayal, the evil Portia sabotaged his car by cutting the brake lines. But later on, Portia was shocked when Tommy asked he…Read more >
'N'ellie Mortimer is the villainess of "Welcome to Concordia!", the first case of Criminal Case: Mysteries of the Past, the 4th season of the crime solving game Criminal Case (release date November 17, 2016). She was the head nurse at the New Haven Center for immigrants.
Nellie was approached by the player and Maddie O'Malley when they returned the sphygmomanometer they'd found on Main Street, during the investigation into the death of Lieutenant General Frank Vogel. When Nellie was informed about Frank's death, she appeared shocked and claimed she hadn't know him personally, revealing how he had ordered the nurses to deport any sick immigrants that couldn't be treated.
However, the investigation revealed that Nellie and Frank were actually …Read more >
Virginia Purnell is the main villainess of "Lifeless in Seattle", case #51 of Criminal Case: Save the World, the 3rd season of the crime solving game Criminal Case (release date September 29, 2016). She was the mother of journalist Kelly Purnell, who was found stabbed to death on a bus.
While Virginia (who was in Seattle to visit Kelly) appeared heartbroken by her daughter's death, it was later revealed that Virginia was behind Kelly's murder. As revealed in the case's climax, Virginia had grown frustrated with Kelly for cutting off contact from her and her husband Hector after moving to Seattle to pursue journalism, with her feelings become more intense when Hector became sick and eventually died. Kelly's refusal to attend her father's funeral…Read more >
Jennifer Grear (Sophina Brown) is a villainess from "Empty Quiver," episode 2.16 of NCIS: Los Angeles (airdate February 15, 2011). She is a California Highway Patrol officer and the illicit lover of married fellow officer Paul Beane.
Grear and Beane also worked together to form the California Gold Taxi Service, which consisted of a group of corrupt CHP officers who would give safe passage to criminals and smugglers in exchange for payment. Grear used Beane's knowledge to help him form the service, doing so to help her mother, who was suffering from Alzheimer's, as well as to pay to keep her mother's house. Her role was revealed after Beane was found shot and killed in the beginning of the episode, with NCIS believing that Grear may have bee…Read more >
Madena Cuervo is the main (tragic) villainess of "Day of the Dead", case #49 of Criminal Case: Save the World, the 3rd season of the crime solving game Criminal Case (release date September 15, 2016). She was a protest leader against the construction of a wall being built to seperate the United States from Mexico.
Madena was approached by the player and Jack Archer regarding the murder of Cindy Hamilton, the project manager for the wall's construction. Madena revealed upon questioning that she had already heard about Cindy's death, making no secret that she disapproved of her work with the wall. However, Madena claimed that she at the least respected Cindy's conviction to her work and reassured the detectives that she was a peaceful protest…Read more >
Valentina Silva is the villainess of "Shadow Nation", case #45 of Criminal Case: Save the World, the 3rd season of the crime solving game Criminal Case (release date August 18, 2016). She was the Vice President of Luzaguay, serving under President Adolfo Herrera. When Adolfo was found shot dead with a sniper bullet, Valentina initially appeared shocked and claimed that the President was beloved by his people.
However, as was revealed over the course of the investigation, Adolfo was actually a corrupt leader, using a drug called Gabalium with painful withdrawal side effects to control his people and showing favoritism to the young. The player and Carmen Martinez became suspicious of Valentina when they found a video on her phone of her pract…Read more >
Judy (Karen Fields) is the main titular villainess of the short film Judy (based off the 1983 horror film Sleepaway Camp, where Fields played the same character; release date May 27, 2014). While her original counterpart was a teenage bully who was murdered at summer camp, Judy has her character survive the attack, despite it leaving her without the ability to have children.
In adulthood, Judy became a social worker due to her infertility driving her to want to protect children. During the events of the film, Judy encountered teenager Jaime, who revealed to her that she was being abused by her new stepfather Jack, with her mother Katie doing nothing to stop him. After additionally learning that Jack had lied in court about not working to av…Read more >
Emily Wallace is the villainess of "A Death Wish", case #29 of Criminal Case: Save the World, the 3rd season of the crime solving game Criminal Case (release date April 28, 2016). She was an English teacher and was the instructor for Yuto Watanabe, a notorious yakuza leader who was found shot to death and impaled with a sword in an arcade.
Emily initially claimed that her relationship with Yuto was simply teacher-student, but it was later uncovered by the player and Jack Archer that they had a past connection: Emily had been engaged to be married to Shiro Watanabe, Yuto's nephew who had died some time prior to the case's events. When questioned about this, Emily claimed that Shiro had died trying to protect his uncle and that she had moved …Read more >
Fang Di Yun is the villainess of "A Twist of Fate", case #27 of Criminal Case: Save the World, the 3rd season of the crime solving game Criminal Case (release date April 14, 2016). She was the wife of Fang Cheng, a man known for running a gang of child pickpockets. Her backstory revealed that she and Cheng grew up poor, leading Fang to convince herself that her husband's illicit business was providing children with stable money and a home.
But prior to the case, Fang began to grow repulsed by her husband's increased violence against the children in his gang. When Fang learned that Cheng had severely beaten Bai Bai (one of his pickpockets) with a belt for withholding money from him, Fang was driven over her limit and decided she had to kill …Read more >
Kate Hammond (Marcella Lentz-Pope) is the hidden (tragic) villainess of "And the Truth Will (Sometimes) Set You Free", episode 1.12 of Women's Murder Club (airdate May 6, 2008). She was a student at California Bay College who, a few months prior to the events of the case, was drugged and raped by fellow students Colin Morse and Jay Osbourne. Kate reported the incident soon afterwards, later suing Colin and Jay on her parents' advice when no charges were brought against them.
When Colin was found shot dead on the colleege track field, Kate was questioned by Lindsay Boxer and Warren Jacobi after the rape charges were uncovered. Kate was shown to still be emotionally damaged from the assault, and became angry at the detective sfor believing sh…Read more >
Meghan Ramsey (Kelly Hutchinson) is a hidden (tragic) villainess from "Repression", the Season 3 premiere of Law & Order: SVU (airdate September 28, 2001). She was the daughter of Rebecca and Evan Ramsey, and had two younger sisters: Lily and Jody. Meghan's backstory revealed that she became estranged from her family due to conflicts with her father.
Prior to the episode's events, Meghan began seeing psychologist Dr. Wharton, who used a combination of manipulation and psychiatric drugs to convince Meghan that she had repressed memories of being molested by Evan. Eventually, Meghan reported her father to the Special Victims Unit, fully believing the lies Wharton put in her head and fearing the same thing would happen to Lily.
The detectives beg…Read more >
Jody Ramsey (Blythe Auffarth) is a hidden (tragic and remorseful) villainess from "Repression", the Season 3 premiere of Law & Order: SVU (airdate September 28, 2001). She was the 15-year-old daughter of Rebecca and Evan Ramsey and had two sisters, Meghan and Lily, the former having become estranged from her family due to fights with Evan.
During the episode, Meghan reported Evan to the Special Victims Unit, claiming that he had molested her as a child and that she hear he would begin doing the same to Lily (who was around the age at which she was abused). When questioned by the detectives, Jody claimed that she didn't believe her father would do anything like that, but pointed out how she'd caught him in Lily's room late at night changing …Read more >
Melanie Topor (Aisha Hinds) is the secondary villainess of "Maybe Baby", episode 1.05 of Women's Murder Club (airdate November 9, 2007). She was the best friend of Beth Williams while the two women (both pregnant at the time) were members of the same Lamaze class. Melanie's backstory revealed that Melanie's baby ended up being stillborn, leaving Melanie in a deep depression.
Melanie was first questioned by Lindsay Boxer and Warren Jacobi regarding Beth, who had seemingly been abducted after Ethan was shot and killed while he and Beth were going for a walk in the park. Melanie revealed that Beth had felt lonely during her time in Lamaze, as well as revealing how she had had an affair with a man (later revealed to be Dale Peterson) who hit her…Read more >
Beth Williams (Amanda Fuller) is the hidden villainess of "Maybe Baby", episode 1.05 of Women's Murder Club (airdate November 9, 2007). She was the nine-months-pregnant wife of Ethan Williams, who was found shot to death in the park while out for a walk with Beth. Throughout the episode, the police believed that Beth had been kidnapped by someone wanting to steal her baby.
While Beth and Ethan initially appeared to be the ideal couple, according to Ethan's parents Frank and Ellen, the investigation into Ethan's murder and Beth's disappearance revealed a few secrets between them: Ethan was planning to divorce Beth after learning she was having an affair with Dale Peterson and Beth had made an agreement with couple Sam and Sachiko Johannes to…Read more >
Amrita Kumar is the villainess of "Treacherous Waters", case #20 of Criminal Case: Save the World, the 3rd season of the crime solving game Criminal Case (release date February 11, 2016). She was a call center agent and the younger sister of Constable Deepak Kumar. Amrita's backstory revealed that she and her brother grew up on the streets as children, a childhood that left Amrita determined to be able to fend for herself.
Prior to the case's events, Amrita was alone at the Mumbai Museum when she got the sense that she was being followed. Having been taught self-defense by her brother and believing she was being pursued by a mugger, Amrita pulled out the gun she kept for protection and turned around to fire at the person behind her--only to…Read more >