Rose also worked with Charlie Bryson, one of the junior lawyers at Mosely & Loveridge. He seems fun and harmless, loads of energetic and actually very charming. He’s the kind of guy who is always the office joker, someone who finds life pretty sweet.
His role at the firm probably come on a silver platter thanks to his family connections and $$. Although there could be some dodgy family history in there somewhere, white collar crime that sort of thing. Worth keeping an eye on.
The life of happy-go-lucky Charlie isn’t quite as rosy as it seems. Although he might have been a party boy who grew up with a silver spoon in his mouth, Charlie’s father is now in jail for his involvement in a ponzi scheme. By the sounds of it he has been keeping a pretty low profile since that went public.
Seems like Charlie also has a nasty drug habit – could P have driven him to do something crazy and hurt Rose? Or maybe he needed money and was trying to convince Rose to cut him in on some of the cash that they where dishing out to Lancaster Investors. Daddy’s in prison and apparently the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree…..
Charlie was following Rose the night she died - Helen had asked him to keep an eye on the PA who seemed to have far too much sway over Simon. Charlie took Rose to his boat to try and get away from Villiers and that's when she told him about the DVD. Rose wanted to go to the police and expose everything but Charlie was afraid Peterson would be implicated. If Peterson went to prison, who would help with his father's appeal?
The pair struggled and Rose lost her footing on the deck of the boat. She fell onto the concrete jetty, cracking her head open. Charlie was afraid of ending up like his father, locked up for the rest of his life. He decided to cover it up, pushing her body into the water to make it look like an accidental drowning.
Who would have thought it - the office eye candy turns out to be a killer? It was an accident, an unfortunate accident but does that make it any better?