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Jan 14 2013, 09:59 AM
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I'm wondering if Lucas will have a change of heart using Chloe to break up Dannifer once he finds out Kate blackmailed her into being a hooker, or not give a damn since Chloe treated him like dirt for Dr. Dan.
- Jan 13 2013, 10:57 PM
- Spencer Hastings
- Jan 13 2013, 12:12 AM
- Jan 12 2013, 12:24 PM
1/18, Jennifer decides not to tell Daniel about Chloe's past;
I thought Daniel knew she was a hooker? No? Did I really miss something when I stopped watching?
Daniel doesn't know. At this time
, the only people who know are: Kate, Quinn, Kinsey, Brady, Nicole, Chloe's various clients, and Chloe herself. Based on the spoilers that we've seen, Jennifer will soon be joining this list of people.
Everyone else (most specifically, the cops -- Bo, Hope, Rafe, Roman, and Abe) assumed that the assailant had mistakenly classified Chloe as a prostitute because she was an attractive young woman who had been dressed provocatively that night. (Speaking of the assailant, I guess that we could also add Gus to the above list, since it's safe to assume that he only attacked Chloe because he knew that she was a prostitute, but his knowledge of her secret was never specifically mentioned, as far as I can recall.)
Kate wanted to expose the truth, but Quinn threatened to reveal that Kate was the person who had devised the plan to force Chloe into prostitution. At that time, Kate was trying to relaunch Countess Wilhelmina, and being implicated in the prostitution scheme would have jeopardized her attempt to do so, so she was forced to remain silent. Now, with Quinn gone and Countess Wilhelmina no longer under her control, Kate doesn't really have a reason to keep Chloe's secret.