Duke’s Exclusive Painter - Chapter 28
“Anyway, I didn’t mean to get an apology from you…but I have something to ask you.”
“Did Bessie Wizley hassed you often?”
From the very beginning, I have come here, to get her answer to this question. Even though he was in a position where he didn’t need to look at people while talking, Cedric still looked at Roselia’s expression promptly.
Roselia still responded calmly, whether or not it was the question she expected him to ask when he mentioned the incident that had happened in the academy.
“As I said before, I didn’t get bullied, I just fought.”
Cedric, like last time, tried to say that it wasn’t the case, but now, he said that it wasn’t that important.
Realizing that she felt in daze, Roselia, who was hesitating, quickly opened her mouth heavily.
“Bessie Wizley was always number one in the academic festival until I transferred midway through. When I transferred to the same class, I got first place in the academic festival. From the on, she started to argue with me visibly. The only thing that Bessie Wizley could is accused me of my identity, so I would always just kept my head down under those things.”
Roselia’s crimson eyes looked outside of the window where the raindrops continued to rain down.
“I deliberately ignored her arguments, but one day, she came up in such a way that she just tore my paintings and broke my tools. But the dog was the chairman’s niece.”
“I thought that if I complained to the authority, I would be the only one who was hurt, so I’ve always been patient…”
“But that day, she must have secretly stolen the letter I was supposed to send to the Duke, she read out loud enough for all my classmates to hear. And her tone is specially sarcastic.”
She didn’t even say what Bessie Wizley was sarcastic about, but Cedric already knew. The report James gave me was written in such detail that he couldn’t help but frowned.
“What did the president do to Bessie Wizley?”
Roselia was forcibly expelled (in the dorms) for arguing with her classmate. If she had no place to live, then Bessie Wizley also deserved to be punished accordingly. However, contrary to Cedric’s expectations, a bitter smile spread across Roselia’s lips.
“There is no way Bessie Wizley could have been punished. She must be resting comfortably in her own home by now. I’d be lucky if she didn’t swear at my parents.”
Roselia’s playful grunts didn’t seem to hit her, since she had already experienced this so often. But Cedric’s anger, which had been accumulating one by one from the storied she just unraveled, reached climax when he noticed her sad detachment.
Cedric rubbed his chin in thought, while Rosalia tilted her head, waiting for his reaction.
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