Born the only child of a British lord, Juliet grew up alone, spoiled, and chafing under the restrictions society placed on women. Shortly after her 15th birthday, she attempted suicide. When her father locked her into his estate to prevent further attempts, this only amplified her desire to die and escape the restrictions placed upon her. Even a hasty arranged marriage couldn't keep down her suicidal longing.
Her encroaching madness attracted the attention of a Malkavian in the service of Seren, the baroness of Gloucester. He offered her the possibility of an unlife without gender restrictions and she eagerly accepted. When Seren became more erratic due to Mithras' continued absences, Juliet left Gloucester for London and quickly inserted herself into the National Society for Women's Suffrage. This attracted the attention of Queen Anne Bowesley, who shared many of her views and the two became strong allies. It was also Bowesley who appointed Juliet as Sheriff of Northern London, an assignment that she had held before.
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