Fetish club owner
|Appears in||Criminal Case|
|First appeared||Case #20: A Deadly Game (s1)|
Jezabela was a suspect in the murder investigation of homeless man Steve Wood in A Deadly Game. (Case #20 of Grimsborough). She also played a minor role later on in Troubled Waters (Case #43 of Grimsborough).
Jezabela is a 43-year-old S&M mistress who has blond hair tied back in a bun. She wears an open black latex mistress' outfit with nets across the breast area and red lipstick. She has a whip which she carries about with her in her red nail-polished hands. It is known that Jezabela eats caviar.
Events of Criminal Case
When Jones and the player were searching a creepy basement, they found a necklace with a leash which read "Property of Jezabela". This made them interrogate Jezabela, owner of a club called Jezabela's Dungeon, about the murder. When they asked her about the necklace, she said that it belonged to her vassal, Cherry Doll (aka Harper McAlister). Later, when the team found Jezabela's fingerprints on a caviar spoon left in the creepy basement, they went to talk to her again. When asked what she was doing in the creepy basement, Jezabela said that she had went there a long time ago as she wanted to rent it for her most special events. As for the caviar, Jezabela said that she used it for "Caviar goes too far" parties.
Jezabela would be seen again giving vital clues leading to the arrest of Andrew Ashworth's killer via a phone conversation between herself and Jones. Following the case's closure, Jezabela approached the team in the police station in aggravation making the team aware that one of her paddles was missing, so the team confronted Patricia P. Harris, and after talking to Patricia, the team then found a white paddle with Jezabela's company logo on it. The team then revealed fingerprints, sent it to Alex for analysis, and confirmed the fingerprints to be Patricia's. The team did not hesitate to fine Patricia for property violation.
- Jezabela is one of the characters of Grimsborough who made physical appearances in two districts.
- A Deadly Game (Case #20 of Grimsborough)
- Blood and Glory (Case #42 of Grimsborough; mentioned)
- Troubled Waters (Case #43 of Grimsborough)