Justice’s parents are both ‘Black’. Father French descendant and mother is Brazilian. She has two siblings: Mya the older sister and Kailah the youngest.
Justice doesn’t remember anything from her childhood except for the house fire, which happened when she was 14 years old. She remembers vague information, like who’s who, but not detailed events. Her family house was rebuilt from the fire and Justice has taken a liking to photography. She got her parents to buy her a camera, and has been snapping ever since.
The summer before Grade 10, she was introduced to Calvin King, and despite him pursing her, she refused him because of his reputation of being a player. Justice was quiet and kept to herself, for the most part and didn’t like drama to surround her. Her only friends that she remembered after the fire was Jordan- Her Godbrother, and Erin, her mother’s best friend’s daughter.
As time progresses, Erin and Justice become close friends, with their relationship becoming complicated as they approached graduation. Calvin and Justice eventually start to date, and Audrina quickly becomes one of her close friends.
Just before graduation Calvin’s mother is murdered and he starts to become distant. Soon, Calvin disappears all together and during this time she finds out that her older sister Mya, has Cancer. The following months after graduation, Calvin would randomly return and disappear again, until one day he just doesn’t return.
In the first year of university, A vampyre appears to Justice and haunts her sleep and mind, making her feel as if she’s losing her mind. At the time, Justice wasn’t aware that a vampyre was the one, messing with her mind.
One particular night, this vampyre controls her mind and body, and compels her to go downstairs and into her kitchen. She is mentally forced to pick up a stainless knife and commands that she slit her own throat. However, at that very moment, her father walks downstairs and the mental intrusion on her mind is gone.
From that point forward, her parents make her see a therapist, since they don’t believe Justice when she claims that someone has been harassing her mentally. In the beginning, Justice continues to hold unto the story, that someone made her do, what happened that night. But realizing that was only making everything worse for her, she stops insisting on that story.