My Baby’s Daddy Chapter 1430

Chapter 1430 Nina’s Lies

Nina opened her eyes. Tears of regret continued to flow. With every breath she took, she could smell the stench of mold in the air. The longer she stayed in this tiny holding cell dressed in prison garb, the more she was on the verge of losing her mind.

She couldn’t even imagine what her life was going to be like from now on. How am I supposed to live like that? What’s the point of living?

In the morning, Nina was woken up by the sound of someone banging on her door. “Someone’s here to see you,” the police officer said.

Nina immediately climbed to her feet. Her bloodshot eyes, disheveled hair, and post-surgery face without any makeup on made her look like a ghost. “Who is it? Who’s here to see me?” she asked at once.

“Go and see for yourself!” Nina didn’t want anyone to see her in this state, not even her parents.

However, she did hope that Brandon and Maggie would come and see her. Maybe they’ll take pity on me once they see how pitiful I am and appeal for more lenient sentencing.

Are they here? Nina rushed to the visiting room, but when she saw the young woman sitting on the opposite side of the divider, she was overcome with shame and was tempted to head right back to her cell instead.

Queenie had come. Nina was certain that Queenie was here to mock her and would say the worst things possible to insult her.

“Why are you here?” In the end, Nina sat down. She wanted to hear what Queenie had to say.

Queenie fixed her cold, piercing eyes upon Nina. “I have a question to ask you. Have you ever heard Lisbeth mentioning my sister?”

“Why do you ask? Are you still looking for her? She might’ve died a long time ago,” Nina scoffed.

“Has Lisbeth never said anything to you before? If you’re willing to tell me what you know, I’ll go easier on you.” Queenie was serious. Lisbeth had used her sister for her schemes.

Does it mean that she might’ve something to do with my sister’s disappearance? Queenie was certain that Lisbeth wouldn’t confess to that, but perhaps Lisbeth might’ve told Nina some things while they were in cahoots together.

Nina’s eyes lit up. “Really?”

“First, tell me what Lisbeth told you.” Queenie’s only goal right now was to find her real sister and ease her parents’ pain over the loss of their daughter.

Otherwise, she knew that her mother would be even more devastated after this whole ordeal.

Nina started searching her memory. Lisbeth had told her a lot about the Silversteins’ second daughter. Afraid that others might see through the ruse, Lisbeth had filled Nina in on a lot of details, including what that girl had been wearing when she went missing, how her hair was tied, and even where she had gone missing.

“She did it! She’s the one who kidnapped your sister. Queenie, I’ll tell you even more information if you promise that you’ll make sure I get a lighter sentence.” Nina decided to trick Queenie so that she could use Queenie’s urge to find her sister to get a lighter punishment.

“Really? Did she tell you that?” Queenie asked with a frown.

“Yes, she told me herself. Queenie, please put in a good word for me with the judge.” Nina was willing to say all sorts of things to achieve her goal.

However, Queenie simply eyed her coldly. “Alright. Tell me everything you know first, and then I’ll consider putting in a good word for you.”

“Why, you…” Nina clenched her jaw.

Queenie had been tricked many times throughout the past year. She knew all of Nina’s tells and knew that she was lying.

“What are you trying to do, huh? Are you trying to fool me? Well, I hope you’ll never be able to find your sister!” Nina revealed her true colors once more.

Queenie got up to leave, causing Nina to start panicking. She hastily grabbed the bars between them and began to plead. “Queenie, I’m begging you and your family. Please let me off! I know I made a mistake. Please just let me go, okay? I shouldn’t have pretended to be your sister. I’m a horrible person. I deserve to die. Please, I’m begging you. Please, Queenie…”

Nina’s shrieks grew even more hoarse and despairing with every second.

Despite that, all Nina received was the sight of Queenie walking away—a walk of someone who had her freedom and a bright future ahead of her. As Nina watched Queenie, she realized that she never felt more jealous than she did now.

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