- Chachi Gonzales
Ever since she was a little girl, Elisabeta loved to dance. Any time there was music, her hips swayed and she made anything, even the most strangest songs intriguing with her movements. Elisabeta was always recognized as an incredibly talented dancer and at the age of fourteen, she gained a scholarship to a dance school away from home. At this point, Elisabeta was heading right for the top with no looking back, but upon arrival, people noticed she was smaller than all the other girls at her age. Everyone assumed that she had Celiac disease, but once they saw her eating so much constantly, they thought that something just wasn’t right. She shouldn’t have been that tiny if she ate so much. At age 15, Elisabeta had gotten away with binge-eating, purging and making sure she stayed at a particular weight until her sixteenth birthday. She was changing in the locker rooms when one of the other girl’s pointed out who disgustingly thin she was. They alerted the dance teachers and Elisabeta was taken to a doctor who discovered, from her throat and teeth that she was bulimic and because she was so obsessed with her weight, they diagnosed her as an anorexic too. Sent away on her sixteenth birthday to Parkwood Asylum for recovery, Elisabeta is a little bitter about it, but hides it well with a beautiful smile as she continues to sneak around, purging and obsessing over her weight.
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