*Chapter 23 I can't do this*
"Yeah, I know, you're a good student, you got all your work done for this year. But, if you get expelled, you won't have the days. So you choose," she said. I didn't know what to say. I just sat there.
"I guess I'll go to the stupid classes," I said. She looked at me.
"See, using those kind of words shows that you need this," she said. I rolled my eyes. I got up and walked out of the office and sat down in the chair next to Blake. This is going to suck. We didn't talk. When the bell rang, we both got up and walked to the car. I got in the passengers' seat and decided to let him drive. When we got home, Luca and Daimon were sitting on the couch. Time for another lecture.
"Allie, do you got something you wanna tell us?" Daimon asked. Luca was looking at me, waiting for an answer.
"It's not my fault that-that bi-," I said.
"Don't even say it," Luca said.
"Fine, but it's not my fault. She started it," I said. Luca and Daimon looked at Blake. He shrugged.
"The fight happened in the bathroom. Yeah, I got detention for a week because I went in there to see if she was okay," Daimon started laughing.
"You went in a girls' bathroom," Daimon smirked. Luca glared at him and he apologized. I sat there and got on my phone.
"Allie, we are not done. Put your phone down. You have to go to an anger management class, how are we supposed to handle this. It's getting out of hand now," Luca said.
"I'm going to my room now," I got up and walked passed all of them. I sat down on my bed and a couple minutes later, Blake walked in and sat down.
"What's wrong with you lately? You've been quiet and now, you're getting in fights," Blake said.
"Will you please just go? I'll talk to you later."
"Fine, if you need anything, you know where I'll be," he hugged me and walked out.
I got in my car and drove away. I didn't want to leave, but I can't make her want me to stay. I just hope she doesn't do anything too bad. I drove to Nolan's house and knocked on the door.
"Blake," he said looking at me and smiling. I nodded and walked in.
"Allie has to take anger management classes now. She got in a fight today. Where were you?" I asked.
"Really? Anger management classes? That's a little harsh. I didn't go to school because I didn't do my homework so I caught up today," he said laughing.
"It's not harsh. She practically beat Elizabeth. Elizabeth kind of deserved it, but now Allie's in a lot of trouble," I said. His pressed his lips together. I nodded.
"What are we gonna do with her?" I asked him.
"We are going to help her. That's what we're going to do," he said. "That's all we can do. I'm not going to let her fight this fight alone. These people need to stop doing this to her," he looked at me.
"Yeah," I said looking down.
"Why are you acting weird now?" he asked me.
"I'm not. I just can't think straight. We never really have drama in our life and now, there's drama."
"It's not her fault Blake. These people played her, especially that guy. What's his name? Ken?" he said still looking at me. "Oh yeah, it's Kyle."
"Yeah. I didn't say it was her fault. I was just saying that this is different."
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