Erika 'Stardust' SullivanAge:
Pink (naturally brown)Day job:
Go-Go DancerNarcotics used:
Marijuana (and derivatives), Ecstasy, Ketamine, Substance D, CocaineBackground:
Erika never got along well with her parents. They always seemed to be pushing her to do things that she had no interest in. Both of her parents were doctors, so they had enough money to get her anything she ever wanted, but had almost no time to actually devote to their daughter. Regardless of what Erika said, her parents seemed determined that she would one day follow in their footsteps, using their considerable wealth and connections to get her a job at a leading hospital, where she could make them proud.
But Erika had never been interested in being a doctor. She was much more interested in partying, and the combination of her family's wealth and her general lack of supervision meant that she got to do plenty of it. At 16, she dropped out of high school, with hopes of becoming either a model or a famous House DJ. Upon making the decision, her parents kicked her out of the house, refusing to support her until she got her act together.
Erika has gotten a job as a go-go dancer in various nightclubs around town, as well as in the booming illegal rave scene. Erika isn't exactly proud of what she does for a living, and has taken to wearing a white rabbit mask while dancing to hide her identity. However, most of her friends are aware of what she does; she has too much lingerie and too many pairs of stripper heels to hide it very well. Her ecstasy habit has grown progressively worse as she takes the drug to keep her energy up while working, and to help her deal with her increasingly depressing life. Despite her increasing need for money, she refuses to work at a strip club, even though what she does isn't much different. She makes enough money to support her lifestyle, though she no longer has the funds to purchase cocaine or ketamine in the amounts she had grown used to while living with her parents. She is currently homeless, but is cute enough and has enough friends that she has never had any trouble finding a place to crash.