Personality[edit | edit source]
Her personality is not much explored, but she seems offended easily with religion once seen when Cindy comments on Christianity.
Physical Appearance[edit | edit source]
Lea is medium height and her hair is curly. She likes the skin and is not seen with makeup.
Biography[edit | edit source]
She was first seen talking to Annie in the bathroom when she said that a guard had just returned, Dayanara overheard the conversation and thought it was Bennett, but discovered that it was Charles shortly after. ("Empathy is a Boner Killer")
While Norma's cult was held in the chapel, she is seen entering the place with Reema and other inmates, to hold a Catholic mass, irritating Leanne, who begins to discuss religion with Chaplain Royce. She is then later seen working in the garden with Alex, and runs off when Lolly crashes into the greenhouse, smashing a pane. ("Where My Dreidel At")
Before a movie session begins, Lea pays attention to the conversation of Suzanne, Taystee, and Black Cindy. She gets offended and calls Cindy, rudely, when she says that at Christmas Christians eat meat and bacon. ("Don't Make Me Come Back There")
It is not known whether she is associated with Maria's business.
When the CERT invaded the prison and they went to the chapel, they found Lea, Ginsberg, Rhea and Stephanie praying to surrender peacefully, which did not help because of the officers' violence. Like everyone in the chapel, she witnessed the aggression against Emily Germann, to the surprise of each one.
She was later evacuated from prison with all other detainees and placed on the bus and transferred to Ohio. ("Storm-y Weather")
Relationships[edit | edit source]
Friends[edit | edit source]
- Annie Valdez (friend) - Annie and Lea are shown to be friends.
- Reema Pell (friend) - Pell and Guerrera are part of the Christianity group.
- Shelly Ginsberg (friend) - Lea and Ginsberg are together during the storm.
- Rhea Boyle (friend) - Lea and Rhea are together during the storm.
- Stephanie Hapakuka (friend) - Lea and Hapakuka are together during the storm.
Enemies[edit | edit source]
- Cindy "Black Cindy" Hayes (religious intolerance) - Because of comments associated with the religion, Lea is easily offended by Cindy.
- Thomas Humphrey (power abuse) - Humphrey harasses Lea during an inspection, as does all the other latinas in prison.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
|Orange Is the New Black: Season Three|
|"Mother's Day":||"Bed Bugs and Beyond":||"Empathy Is a Boner Killer":||"Finger in the Dyke":||"Fake It Till You Fake It Some More":||"Ching Chong Chang":||"Tongue-Tied":|
|"Fear, and Other Smells":||"Where My Dreidel At":||"A Tittin' and a Hairin'":||"We Can Be Heroes":||"Don't Make Me Come Back There":||"Trust No Bitch":|
|Orange Is the New Black: Season Four|
|"Work That Body for Me":||"Power Suit":||"(Don't) Say Anything":||"Doctor Psycho":||"We'll Always Have Baltimore":||"Piece of Shit":||"It Sounded Nicer in My Head":|
|"Friends in Low Places":||"Turn Table Turn":||"Bunny, Skull, Bunny, Skull":||"People Persons":||"The Animals":||"Toast Can't Never Be Bread Again":|
|Orange Is the New Black: Season Five|
|"Riot FOMO":||"Fuck, Marry, Frieda":||"Pissters!":||"Litchfield's Got Talent":||"Sing It, White Effie":||"Flaming Hot Cheetos, Literally":||"Full Bush, Half Snickers":|
|"Tied to the Tracks":||"The Tightening":||"The Reverse Midas Touch":||"Breaking the Fiberboard Ceiling":||"Tattoo You":||"Storm-y Weather":|