On November 3rd, 1999, Clementine Heaven Ross was born. Nobody knew what the small, delicate child propped in their hands would grow up to be. Nobody knew that she would some day be the epitome of beauty, resting on the cover of Vogue at CVS.
At age 16, she was given the nickname Clem. It was the age she was introduced to the fame-hungry media world, which was waiting for fresh meat to pounce on.
But the media couldn't find anything. Her secrets were hidden, past was concealed, and every trace before 2015 was completely erased.
And that's when the butterscotch hair, piercing emerald eyes and rosy cheeks became the big search.
It was every reporters dream to find out the past of Clem, exposing her darkest secrets. Everyone would try to fake it, claiming faux lies as true.
And soon the sage eyes turned into a supermodel. She blossomed onto the victoria's secret catalog, sitting gracefully at a vanity in ivory undergarments.
That was when the search got even bigger. Reporters started scavenging for ways to get into her life, breaking past firewalls, and entering into her previous schools.
But nobody was really willing to go deep enough, diving in past the cover of a glossy magazine page.
But one person was, Ana Easton.
And the queen of all media, Renee Sterling helped her.