The Felons

Access the back stories of your favorite characters here. This section contains all major characters and most minor characters because we are all guilty of something, right?

These felon profiles are spoiler-free, which means that they have only been updated through season 4.

ABDULLAH, Alison

Alison Abdullah (portrayed by Amanda Stephen) is a new inmate who is processed into Litchfield at the start of season 4. A devout Muslimah, she immediately finds that her religious background makes her somewhat of a target, specifically for “Black Cindy” Hayes. When being assigned to a top bunk in Black Cindy’s cell, she rails … Continue reading ABDULLAH, Alison

BAYLEY, Baxter “Gerber”

C.O. Baxter Bayley (portrayed by Alan Aisenberg)–also referred to as “baby face,” “Gerber,” and “Michael Cera-looking sack of squid bits”–is one of the youngest guards hired by the MCC for Litchfield Penitentiary. Piper Chapman approaches him to help her smuggle the prison panties out to her brother to be shipped out in exchange for some … Continue reading BAYLEY, Baxter “Gerber”

BELL, Wanda

C.O. Wanda Bell (portrayed by Catherine Curtin) is a prison guard at Litchfield Penitentiary who has been known to put almond extract behind her ears because it “[m]akes [her] smell like a cookie.” While she was not particularly known for being a likable character in season one, as she was the prison guard in charge of Piper’s … Continue reading BELL, Wanda

BENNETT, John

John Bennett (portrayed by Matt McGorry) was a new correctional officer at Litchfield Prison in season one who was taken under George “Pornstache” Mendez’s wing. Early on, we learn that Bennett is an Afghanistan veteran who had his leg amputated although not from the war but from an infection he got while in a hot … Continue reading BENNETT, John

BERLIN, Freida

Freida Berlin (portrayed by Dale Soules) is part of the Golden Girls of Litchfield, and she assists Red in her greenhouse contraband operation in season two. One of her most notable features is her octopus tattoo, which is sprawled across her shoulder, neck, and chest. While we don’t know much about her, she revealed that … Continue reading BERLIN, Freida

BLACK, Carrie “Big Boo”

Carrie “Big Boo” Black (portrayed by Lea DeLaria) may have been Calle a “bully butch bitch” by Angie Rice, but she is known for many things: for spitefully dating Mercy (Tricia Miller‘s girlfriend), using the missing screwdriver for her personal satisfaction, having been revoked the privilege of training the service dogs,  her awesome breakdancing, her … Continue reading BLACK, Carrie “Big Boo”

BLOOM, Larry

Larry Bloom (portrayed by Jason Biggs) is Piper Chapman’s former fiance. The two met in Polly and Pete’s apartment when he was house-sitting, and Piper stopped by to clean up a fresh wound from a dog bite. He had no clue about Piper’s past (drug trafficking, lesbianism, etc.) until the court notice showed up at … Continue reading BLOOM, Larry

BURSET, Sophia

Sophia Burset (portrayed by Laverne Cox) is a transgender woman who is imprisoned for identity fraud. She works in Litchfield Penitentiary’s salon and seems to make connections with many women through this position; however, Sophia makes herself known in season two when she plays an instrumental role in teaching the women about their genitalia. We … Continue reading BURSET, Sophia

CAPUTO, Joe

Joseph Salvatore Caputo (portrayed by Nick Sandow), also known as “Beer Can,” is one of the prison administrators who is in direct contact with superiors, namely Natalie Figueroa in seasons one and two and Danny Pearson in season three, who always try to  make his life a living hell. We learn in season three that … Continue reading CAPUTO, Joe

CARLIN, Stella

Stella Carlin (portrayed by Ruby Rose)–also known as “Crocodile Dundee,” Justin Bieber,” and the one with the “dingo-fucker accent”–is a new inmate at Litchfield Penitentiary for season three. We first meet her when the inmates begin their first day of work for the Whispers company. While she is new to Litchfield, we soon learn that … Continue reading CARLIN, Stella

CHANG, Mei

Mei Chang (portrayed by Lori Tan Chinn) was elected in season one to represent the Golden Girls in the Women’s Advisory Council. She works in the commissary, and is also part of the “Other” group of inmates. She is not very active in prison life and is very clipped in her thick-accented speech. In season two, … Continue reading CHANG, Mei

CHAPMAN, Cal

Cal Chapman (portrayed by Michael Chernus) is Piper‘s non-judgmental brother. During season two, Cal and his girlfriend, Neri, lived off of the “fat of the land” in a trailer. As per their quirky lifestyle, they used their grandmother’s funeral as on opportunity to get married while the entire family was present. We learn in season three … Continue reading CHAPMAN, Cal

CHAPMAN, Piper

Piper Chapman (portrayed by Taylor Schilling), born June 7–also known as “Dandelion” (Suzanne “Crazy Eyes” Warren), “College” (Pennsatucky), “Brain” (Tricia Miller), “Yuppie” (Red), “Bambi” (Alex), “Lindsay Lohan,” and “First Class”–was initially our protagonist. Since season one, she has receded to receive the same amount of screen time as the other inmates. Immediately upon entry, Nicky Nichols … Continue reading CHAPMAN, Piper

CISERNOS, Miss Rosa

Although Miss Rosa Cisernos (portrayed by Barbara Rosenblat) emerged in the series as the insignificant dying ovarian cancer patient/inmate in season one, season two took us by surprise. She has been in Litchfield Penitentiary since just before Joe Caputo began working as a prison guard, and she seemingly ran Litchfield. Despite what we originally knew … Continue reading CISERNOS, Miss Rosa

COATES, Charlie “Donuts”

C.O. Charlie Coates (portrayed by James McMenamin), referred to as the “squirrely young Jack Nicholson” guard,  is a new prison guard at Litchfield Penitentiary who was hired when the MCC took over the prison. In addition to this job, he also works at the donut shop that C.O.s Scott O’Neill and Wanda Bell visit every … Continue reading COATES, Charlie “Donuts”

DIAZ, Aleida

Aleida Diaz, Dayanara‘s mother, (portrayed by Elizabeth Rodriguez) took the fall for her boyfriend, Cesar, when they were busted for cooking crack in their kitchen. We are first introduced to Aleida when Daya is being processed into Litchfield Penitentiary and is welcomed by Aleida’s ruthless backhand. When Daya was a young child, Aleida found a summer … Continue reading DIAZ, Aleida

DIAZ, Dayanara

Upon entering Litchfield and being showed the ropes, Dayanara “Daya” Diaz (portrayed by Dascha Polanco) is given a swift backhand across the face – by her mother, Aleida Diaz. Daya currently works in the kitchen under Gloria Mendoza. As of season three, episode three, Daya has 36 months left of her sentence. As a child, … Continue reading DIAZ, Dayanara

DOGGETT, Tiffany “Pennsatucky”

Tiffany “Pennsatucky” Doggett (portrayed by Taryn Manning)–also known as “Hick” (Alex Vause), “tweakhead” (Janae Watson), “crazy fuckin’ hillbilly” (Piper Chapman), and “Forrest Gump” (Black Cindy–was sentenced to prison for manslaughter after a nurse at an abortion clinic commented on the amount of abortions she has had: “number five, huh? We should give you a punch card. Give … Continue reading DOGGETT, Tiffany “Pennsatucky”

DONALDSON, Wade

Correctional Officer Wade Donaldson (portrayed by Brendan Burke) has worked at Litchfield Penitentiary for roughly the same amount of time as C.O.s O’Neill and Bell. Donaldson comes into the forefront in season 3 when Suzanne “Crazy Eyes” Warren uses him for inspiration for Space Admiral Rodcocker in her work, The Time Hump Chronicles. However, Donaldson … Continue reading DONALDSON, Wade

FIGUEROA, Natalie

Natalie “Fig” Figueroa (portrayed by Alysia Reiner), or “fangs” as Joe Caputo calls her, is one of the prison administrators who is in charge of maintaining Litchfield’s image to the press in seasons one and two. She is also in charge of the prison’s budget, of which we learn she has been taking a large … Continue reading FIGUEROA, Natalie

FISCHER, Susan

Susan Fischer (portrayed by Lauren Lapkus) is a correctional officer who is hired just after the cell phone/prison porn incident. As a female guard, her superiors demean and patronize her (especially Joe Caputo). Unlike any other correctional officer, she sees herself as an equal to the prisoners. She tells Piper that “the only difference between … Continue reading FISCHER, Susan

FLORES, Blanca

Although incredibly scary and emotionally unstable from the outside, Blanca Flores (portrayed by Laura Gomez) is quite a sharp individual. She fakes craziness and pretends to talk to the devil, or Diablo, while in the bathroom stall so that people don’t suspect her of sexting pictures to her boyfriend, Diablo, with her hidden camera phone which she … Continue reading FLORES, Blanca

FORD, Charles

C.O. Charles Ford (portrayed by Germar Terrell Gardner) is a senior prison staff member who immediately starts expressing concerns about his job security at the start of season three. While he is not typically involved in the main action of the plot, he gets into quite a  bit of trouble for failing to report contraband. … Continue reading FORD, Charles

GONZALES, Marisol “Flaca”

Marisol “Flaca” Gonzales (portrayed by Jackie Cruz)–also known as “Franken-cha-cha,” “skinny bean,” and “Morticia”–is an inmate at Litchfield Penitentiary, who earned her sentence when pretending to sell drugs (acid), like her “King of Molly” boyfriend, Ian, to her fellow classmates in high school. Aside from the fact that Flaca reveals that her uncle molested her when … Continue reading GONZALES, Marisol “Flaca”

HAPAKUKA, Stephanie

Stephanie Hapakuka (portrayed by Jolene Purdy) is a new inmate who processes into Litchfield at the start of season 4, while the veterans of Litchfield are off enjoying the lake on the other side of the fence. She’s automatically an outcast for she is the only inmate (to our knowledge) of Hawaiian descent. She has … Continue reading HAPAKUKA, Stephanie

HARPER, Polly

Polly Harper (portrayed by Maria Dizzia) and her husband, Pete, are Piper and Larry’s best friend. After a whole day of creating delicious-smelling soaps, Piper suggests that they go into business and sell them, the proposed business name being “Poppy” (a combination if their two names). Polly is upset that her best friend is going … Continue reading HARPER, Polly

HAYES, “Black” Cindy

Black Cindy Hayes (portrayed by Adrienne C. Moore), although just a filler character in season one, becomes a main proponent in the events of season two. While Cindy is one of the pack of black women who readily teams up with Janae Watson for charades and backs Vee when her support his needed, she is … Continue reading HAYES, “Black” Cindy

HEALY, Sam

Sam Healy (portrayed by Michael Harney) is a correctional officer and guidance counselor at Litchfield Penitentiary. On the surface, Healy is an agreeable man who just wants the best for the inmates of Litchfield; however, his manipulative and territorial traits soon bubble to the surface. Season three provides insight into Healy’s childhood, which reveals his … Continue reading HEALY, Sam

HUMPHREY, Thomas

C.O. Thomas Humphrey (portrayed by Michael Torpey) is a new guard hired in season 4 as a part of the MCC’s veteran hiring initiative. Although he’s well-equipped to be a correctional officer in a prison, it seems as though he suffers from similar ailments to those of C.O. George “Pornstache” Mendez in that he has … Continue reading HUMPHREY, Thomas

INGALLS, Sister Jane

Sister Jane Ingalls (portrayed by Beth Fowler) was a background character in season one, a nun who we knew to have been incarcerated for protesting at a nuclear test site. However, we learn in season two that she was actually arrested for trespassing at the nuclear test site, a decidedly less badass sentence. One of … Continue reading INGALLS, Sister Jane

JEFFERSON, Tasha “Taystee”

Tasha “Taystee” Jefferson (portrayed by Danielle Brooks) is an inmate at Litchfield Penitentiary who was incarcerated for a drug-related crime. Known for her joyful personality, she undergoes several transformations during her sentence. She works in the library in seasons one and three and the janitorial team in season two. Season two reveals that Taystee was … Continue reading JEFFERSON, Tasha “Taystee”

JONES, Erica “Yoga”

Erica “Yoga” Jones (portrayed by Constance Shulman), also referred to as “Woodstock” by Mercy and “String-cheese” by Janae Watson, is the yoga instructor at Litchfield as well as the “Simon Says” coordinator for the Mother’s Day event. She is the first person (aside from Lorna Morello) to converse with Piper and offers this bit of advice: … Continue reading JONES, Erica “Yoga”

Joyce

Joyce (portrayed by Darlene Dues) is one of Piper‘s cellmates in Chicago Metropolitan Detention Center while she is awaiting trial for Kubra Balik. She gets mad at Piper for stepping on a cockroach, one of the many that her cellmates collect and use in the trafficking of goods from the SHU to the prison. She … Continue reading Joyce

KING, Judy

Judy King (portrayed by Blair Brown), “the one with the plantation kinda vibe going on, but in a fun way,” is a character based on Martha Stewart who is of high interest to Taystee, Poussey, and the rest of their group. She is sentenced to jail for tax evasion, whereas Martha Stewart was sentenced for … Continue reading KING, Judy

KUKUDIO, Maureen

Maureen Kukudio (portrayed by Emily Althaus) is a socially-awkward new inmate processed into Litchfield Penitentiary after its privatization by the MCC. We are first introduced to her in Berdie Rogers‘ drama class. She comes to the foreground of the season three plot when she takes a special interest in Suzanne “Crazy Eyes” Warren. After reading the … Continue reading KUKUDIO, Maureen

LERMAN, Irma

Irma Lerman (portrayed by Yvette Freeman) is an inmate at Litchfield Penitentiary who is part of the Golden Girls gang. She comes into focus in season two during Red’s greenhouse operation. Irma wants no trouble; all she cares about is gardening. However, this does not mean that she is disloyal to Red or the greenhouse. … Continue reading LERMAN, Irma

LUSCHEK, Joel

Joel Luschek (portrayed by Matt Peters) is the head of the electrical department at Litchfield Penitentiary. While he is a prison staff member, he has been known to take part in shady and illegal activities as well as bring contraband onto the premises. He is also known to regard the prisoners like animals and even call them … Continue reading LUSCHEK, Joel

MAZALL

Mazall (portrayed by Rebecca Drysdale) is one of Piper’s cellmates in Chicago Metropolitan Detention Center. She comes off as friendly enough; however, her obsession with the details of Piper’s life and zodiac sign in order to determine things about her comes off as a little bit creepy. Especially when Piper wakes up to Mazall straddling her … Continue reading MAZALL

McCULLOUGH, Artesian

C.O. Artesian McCullough (portrayed  by Emily Tarver) is a new guard hired in the MCC’s veteran hiring initiative. The only female guard currently on payroll at Litchfield, she, much like C.O. Susan Fischer, appears to regard the women of Litchfield as people, unlike her colleagues. She is regularly assigned to watch Maritza Ramos in the … Continue reading McCULLOUGH, Artesian

MENDEZ, George “Pornstache”

George Mendez (portrayed by Pablo Schreiber), also known as “Pornstache,” was a correctional officer at Litchfield Penitentiary in season one until he was suspended. He later returned in season two, but only for a short while. He looks a “D-List Burt Reynolds, but more rapey,” according to Brook Soso, and his appearance is very telling of … Continue reading MENDEZ, George “Pornstache”

MENDOZA, Gloria

Gloria Mendoza (portrayed by Selenis Leyva) is the Puerto Rican “Queen Bee” of the Hispanics in prison. Our first real contact with Mendoza occurs when she concocts the “santeria potion” for Daya, who wanted to abort C.O. John Bennett‘s baby. Mendoza is appointed to head of the kitchen once Red is pegged for C.O. George “Pornstache” Mendez‘s … Continue reading MENDOZA, Gloria

MILLER, Tricia

Tricia Miller (portrayed by Madeline Brewer) or “powder,” as Mendez calls her, takes one of the  biggest falls as a direct result of a correctional officer’s need to subjugate and take advantage of the inmates. We learn that Miller was homeless and stole in order to sustain herself; however, she kept a log book with … Continue reading MILLER, Tricia

MORELLO, Lorna

Lorna Morello (portrayed by Yael Stone) is best described as the hopeless romantic whose idea of love and romance has been severely warped by popular culture. As Nicky Nichols deftly observes, her “entire world view [is] based off of West Side Story” (a poster of which is pictured hanging in her room in one of the … Continue reading MORELLO, Lorna

MUCCIO, Vincent

Vincent “Vince” Muccio (portrayed by John Magaro) is Lorna Morello‘s new husband that we first meet in season three. While Morello originally begins talking to him as a way to scam lonely men for their money, she takes a liking to his sensitive yet strong personality. She says, “There’s something about a man in a … Continue reading MUCCIO, Vincent

MURPHY, Gina

Gina Murphy (portrayed by Abigail Savage) is one of Red’s kitchen aids. Through season one, we don’t see much of her other than the fact that she carries out Red’s revenge on other inmates. In season one, Gina is in command of the food counter, obeying Red’s will in who will eat and who will … Continue reading MURPHY, Gina

NICHOLS, Nicky

Nicky Nichols (portrayed by Natasha Lyonne) is a recovering heroin addict and inmate at Litchfield Penitentiary. We learn in season three that she received a ten-year sentence for burglary. Known for her sexual appetite and fierce loyalty to her prison family, Nichols undergoes some of the toughest lessons while on the inside. Growing up, Nichols … Continue reading NICHOLS, Nicky

O’Neill, Scott

C.O. Scott O’Neill (portrayed  by Joel Marsh Garland), or “Panda,” is a senior prison guard at Litchfield Penitentiary. He perhaps best known for dating C.O. Wanda Bell and remembered for playing crude songs on his banjolele while assigned to nun-sitting duty during the season two finale. We learn at Morello’s wedding that he and Bell plan to … Continue reading O’Neill, Scott

PARKER, Yvonne “Vee”

Yvonne “Vee” Parker (portrayed by Lorraine Toussaint) was merely alluded to in season one in conversation between Taystee and Poussey about Taystee’s childhood; however, once she steps onto the scene in season two, we know immediately that Red (and Gloria Mendoza) have a new opposing “businesswoman” on their hands. We begin with how Vee came … Continue reading PARKER, Yvonne “Vee”

PEARSON, Danny

Danny Pearson (portrayed by Mike Birbiglia) is the director of human activity, Joe Caputo‘s new superior once Litchfield Penitentiary is privatized. While his title does not indicate any relationship to Natalie Figueroa‘s, Caputo discovers that Pearson is the new “fuckin’ warden,” although his position is technically parallel to his own. We discover that Pearson works under … Continue reading PEARSON, Danny

PELAGE, Miss Claudette

Miss Claudette Pelage (portrayed by Michelle Hurst) is one of only two inmates referred to with a title (Miss Rosa being the other), which goes to show the level of respect that the inmates have for her. When Lorna Morello is showing Piper, Janae Watson, and Daya Diaz around Litchfield, they pass Miss Claudette. Lorna … Continue reading PELAGE, Miss Claudette

PISCATELLA, Desi

Desi Piscatella (portrayed by Brad William Henke) is called for back-up from Maximum Security with his team to corral the inmates from the lake and back into the prison at the start of season 4, issuing in the era of strict rules and unethical practices. Galina “Red” Reznikov and Gloria Mendoza note immediately that he’s … Continue reading PISCATELLA, Desi

POWELL, Delia Mendez

Delia Mendez Powell (portrayed by Mary Steenburgen), George “Pornstache” Mendez‘s mother, reaches out to Daya Diaz upon learning that her son had “impregnated” her, wishing to meet. While Daya intended to ignore the letter, her mother Aleida finds the letter and arranges to meet up with her to discuss the “issue” of her pregnancy. When … Continue reading POWELL, Delia Mendez

RAMOS, Maritza

Maritza Ramos (portrayed by Diane Guerrero) is best friends with Marisol “Flaca” Gonzales; their friendship compels Gloria Mendoza to call them “Lucy and Ethel without the charm.” She has a one-year-old daughter. She began working in the kitchen in season two under Gloria. She is best known for her fiery attitude. Before she was arrested, she … Continue reading RAMOS, Maritza

REZNIKOV, Galina “Red”

Galina Reznikov (portrayed by Kate Mulgrew), better known as “Red,” but also known as “Sputnik” (C.O. George “Pornstache” Mendez), ran a restaurant on the outside with her husband. In Litchfield Penitentiary, she is the head of the kitchen in seasons one and three. As of season three, she has spent over twelve years in prison … Continue reading REZNIKOV, Galina “Red”

RICE, Angie

Angie Rice (portrayed by Julie Lake), also known as the “potato with eyes,” “Angelina Jolie,” (Pennsatucky), and “dyke bait” (Leanne Taylor), works in the laundry at Litchfield Penitentiary, in which she kept a pet frog named Benny for eight months which eventually suffocated and died. She was one of Pennsatucky‘s meth-head groupies in season one; however, … Continue reading RICE, Angie

ROGERS, Berdie

Berdie Rogers (portrayed  by Marsha Stephanie Blake), a former foster care system social worker, is one of the new counselors that was hired when the MCC privatized Litchfield Penitentiary, which makes her virtually the only beneficial result of the prison’s transformation. She is the counselor assigned to Alex Vause, and she later takes on Brook Soso upon … Continue reading ROGERS, Berdie

ROMANO, Norma

“Silent” Norma Romano (portrayed by Annie Golden), or “Magic Norma” as we come to know her in season three, has been known up until this point for her silence and for working in Red’s kitchen with her for twelve years. She is in Litchfield Penitentiary for manslaughter. It’s not that she doesn’t like being in the … Continue reading ROMANO, Norma

RUIZ, Maria

Maria Ruiz (portrayed by Jessica Pimentel) is an inmate at Litchfield Penitentiary who has a one-year-old daughter, Pepa, who is raised by her boyfriend, Yadriel. She began working in the kitchen as soon as Gloria Mendoza was appointed head chef. She had six years remaining of her sentence as of the start of season 1. This … Continue reading RUIZ, Maria

SOSO, Brook

Brook Soso (portrayed by Kimiko Glenn), or “Mulan” as Leanne Taylor calls her, is a Japanese-Scottish inmate. She was incarcerated for trespassing while protesting. She is as preppy and “granola” as Piper was at the start of her sentence (did you know she went “WWOOFing in Xenia”?). She also has a very complex theory about Ferris … Continue reading SOSO, Brook

TAYLOR, Leanne

Leanne Taylor (portrayed by Emma Myles) is one of the meth-heads who followed Pennsatucky around in season one; however, after a month of no “Tucky,” Taylor has discovered the peace of not having to answer to a crazy, screaming meth-head. While Leanne did not hold a job that we know of on the outside, in … Continue reading TAYLOR, Leanne

VAUSE, Alex

Alex Vause (portrayed by Laura Prepon)–also known as “sasquatch” (Pennsatucky), “the hot one,” and “the Bettie Page of Litchfield” (Joel Luschek)–is Piper Chapman‘s on again-off again girlfriend. While she was once (according to Piper) “the wolf that eats the lamb,” Vause relinquishes her power as one of Litchfield Penitentiary’s biggest badasses and softens up in … Continue reading VAUSE, Alex

VELAZQUEZ, Cesar

Cesar Velazquez (portrayed by Berto Colon) is Aleida Diaz’s drug-dealing boyfriend who currently takes care of all of her children, and he “is guaranteed to fuck up.” In season one flashbacks, we discover that Aleida most likely went to jail because of him. After Aleida was imprisoned, Daya angrily seduced Cesar to get back at … Continue reading VELAZQUEZ, Cesar

WARREN, Suzanne “Crazy Eyes”

Suzanne R. Warren (portrayed by Uzo Aduba), better known as “Crazy Eyes” and sometimes “Looney Tunes,” is an inmate at Litchfield  Penitentiary. Although we don’t know exactly what brought Suzanne to Litchfield, we do know that she has some sort of emotional disturbance that has made her dangerous both to herself and others. She was … Continue reading WARREN, Suzanne “Crazy Eyes”

WASHINGTON, Poussey

Poussey Washington (portrayed by Samira Wiley) is known for being best friends with Tasha “Taystee” Jefferson and her incredible bravery when going toe-to-toe with Yvonne “Vee” Parker in season two. A fun-loving romantic who loves to read and values deeply intimate personal connections, Poussey encounters a spiritual and emotional crisis the longer she remains behind … Continue reading WASHINGTON, Poussey

WATSON, Janae

Janae Watson (portrayed by Vicky Jeudy) is known for her tough demeanor and athleticism. If she does not exercise, she loses her mind. Aside from her dedication to her physical activity, she is very tribal-minded. She is one of the lucky few to land the job in the in-house Whispers factory. We meet Janae in … Continue reading WATSON, Janae

WHITEHILL, Lolly

Lolly Whitehill (portrayed by Lori Petty), or “G.I. Jane Doe,” is a Lutheran Norwegian prisoner known for her “molest-me-daddy” voice (it is this voice that gets her beaten up in the Chicago Metropolitan prison yard, and Piper fails to help her). She currently works in the greenhouse. We learn that in Lolly’s previous life, she … Continue reading WHITEHILL, Lolly

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  1. Maritza is not Daya’s half sister. She’s not Aleida’s actual daughter, in the premiere episode (“I Wasn’t Ready”) she tells Daya she’s Aleida’s “daughter ” but she means in a prison family kind of way. Like how Nicky is Red’s “daughter” in prison but not her birth daughter. The relationship between Maritza and Aleida is never even seen or brought up again in any other season so it seems like it was a plot line the writers threw out. The only other mention of Maritza in relation to Daya is when Daya is angry at Bennett for throwing Maritza in SHU and says, “I don’t even like the b&tch but in here she’s my sister.” Again she means in a prison family way, not even having to do with Aleida, just that all of the Spanish girls are considered “family “. There have been flashbacks for both Daya and Aleida where we’ve seen the rest of Daya’s actual sisters and there is never a mention of Maritza and absolutely no evidence to support that they are actually half-sisters. Please correct.

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